Ethical and Social Aspects of Integrated Research. A project of the BMBF Cluster Integrated Research, Subcluster 2: Collaborative Interventions
On July 4, the kick-off workshop for the 2nd intervention cycle will take place in Berlin.
Funding agencies, project sponsors and political decision makers are invited to attend.
Invitation (German only)
In technology development projects, a process-accompanying investigation of ethical, legal and social issues should take place, according to the basic idea of the BMBF's Integrated Research funding concept. To this end, representatives from disciplines such as ethics, law and social science as well as practical partners and citizens should be involved in innovation processes. Within the framework of the project ESTER of the Cluster Integrated Research, it will be investigated which ethical and social questions this research mode entails. Proposals will be developed on how these aspects can be included in the further development of the concept of "integrated research".
Podcast Cluster Integrated Research
Episode 1 - the goals of the research cluster
- Dr. Mone Spindler (Principal investigator)
- Céline Gressel
- Jacqueline Bellon
- Michaela Shields, Wissenschaftsladen Bonn e.V.
- Prof. Dr. Erik Fisher, School for the future of innovation in society, Arizona State University, USA
- Dr. Sibylle Studer, Theres Paulsen, td-net, Network for Transdisciplinary Research, Akademien d. Wissenschaften Schweiz
Duration: April 2021 – March 2024
Funding reference: 16SV8623
Funded by the BMBF
Further information about the cluster
The website of the Cluster Integrated Research is available at: https://integrierte-forschung.de/