Partner organisations

Germany

The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) is a higher education and research organisation with about 8000 employees, 18,500 students, and a total annual budget of about 700 million Euros.

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Netherlands

The Dutch Rathenau Institute is an independent organization that promotes the formation of political and public opinion on science and technology.

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Belgium

The European Network for Science Centres & Museums (ECSITE) is the only Europe-wide network organisation that links science centres and museums, natural history museums, zoos, aquariums, universities and research organisations in Europe as ac

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Austria

Biofaction is an inter- and trans-disciplinary research oriented SME focusing on technology assessment of new and emerging (bio)technologies; art and science collaboration; film and video production on science and technology; and science communic

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USA

Created by an Act of Congress in 1968, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (WWICS) is a non-partisan institution and a federal trust entity which promotes policy-relevant research and dialogue to increase understanding and enhanc

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Germany

Zebralog GmbH & Co. KG, located in Berlin and Bonn (Germany), is a company providing services for modern democratic planning and decision-making through the use of interactive media.

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Finnland

The Finnish Society of Bioart (FBAS) was established in May 2008 in Lapland at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station of the University of Helsinki. It supports, produces and creates activities around art and natural sciences, especially biology.

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Switzerland

ETH Zürich is one of the premier European research universities with an outstanding research.

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Netherlands / Canada

The Action Group on Erosion Technology and Concentration Corporation (etc Group) is dedicated to the conservation and sustainable advancement of cultural and ecological diversity and human rights.

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Germany

The City of Freiburg is involved in the Project with its municipal Theater.

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Austria

The Austrian Academy of Sciences (AAS), a publicly funded independent research organization, is the leading organization promoting non-university academic research institutions in Austria.

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Netherlands

VU University Amsterdam is a leading research university that ranks among the best in Europe.

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England

The University of Bristol’s contribution to this grant is a collaboration between the Centre for Public Engagement (CPE), the Centre for Ethics in Medicine (CEM) and Professor Kathy Sykes from the Institute for Advanced Studies.

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England

Gene Rowe Evaluations is a relatively young SME with one member of staff, which focuses on conducting primary academic research, desk analysis, and evaluation of public and stakeholder engagement processes.

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France

The European Union of Science Journalists Associations (EUSJA), is a European, non-governmental, non-profit making, unincorporated association of National Associations of science journalists.

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Slovenia

The University of Ljubljana is the oldest and largest higher education and research institution in Slovenia, and the Faculty of Social Sciences is the largest social science institution in the country.

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Italy

The Centre on environmental, ethical, legal and social decisions on emerging technologies (CIGA) is a multidisciplinary research centre exploring the links between technoscientific innovations, society, policy and regulation.

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Germany

Thermo Fisher (formerly Life Technologies / Geneart) is a leading integrated solution provider in the field of DNA engineering and downstream processing to facilitate early steps in the development of pharmaceuticals and industry enzymes.

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Denmark

The University of Southern Denmark (SDU) is one of Denmark’s youngest research universities (established in 1966) with 21,000 students.

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Netherlands

Utrecht University, founded in 1636, is a globally leading Dutch university with 7 faculties, about 30.000 students, 7500 staff members and a budget of 750 million euro.

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Netherlands

LIS Consult (Life sciences, Innovation & Society Consult) facilitates research institutes, public authorities, companies and NGOs in developing responsible research and innovation policies in Life sciences, particularly in green and white bio

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Sweden

The What Next Forum (WNF) has as its main aims to convene meetings and seminars with diverse set of actors (with a particular emphasis on participants from the Global South), explore new issues within the broad area of environment and development

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France

The Center for Study of Technology, Knowledge & Practice (Cetcopra) is a research laboratory located at the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, dedicated to socio-anthropological and philosophical studies of contemporary and emergent techno

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Germany

The Technische Universität Darmstadt (TUD) is one of the leading technical universities in Germany with an international reputation not only for mechanical engineering, the integration of natural and engineering sciences but also for its unusuall

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Netherlands

Delft University of Technology’s (TU Delft department of Biotechnology (Faculty of Applied Sciences) concentrates on the multidisciplinary fields of Systems and Synthetic biology, Biocatalysis, Metabolic Engineering & Fermentation Technology,

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Germany

The University Hospital Freiburg is a research and teaching hospital and part of Freiburg University.

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Norway

The University of Bergen participates in this grant through its Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities (SVT).

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