The RI-PATHS team has developed a working note on a functional taxonomy of research infrastructures (RIs) that will form a basis for the development of the impact assessment model. The working note, available here, proposes a classification that distinguishes between RIs that carry out research (basic, use-inspired and applied research) and those that deliver research-oriented services. Such a taxonomy can be applied to explain the various ways in which an investment in or funding of RIs generates and contributes to socio-economic outcomes. In line with the RI-PATHS aim to develop an operational IA model, the taxonomy will be tested on real cases before final validation. If you wish to provide any feedback, please contact us at [email protected].
Have you seen the #ImpactTree from the @RI_PATHS project? The discussion on #ImpactAssessment starts now with Elina Griniece from @EfisCentre. Join us live here: https://ess-eu.zoom.us/j/63997473244?pwd=SjhXMWlMY2R3dnBVUkc2RTdiMldJUT09
or in our LinkedIn group here: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8992845 #ENRIITCyourCoffee #ImpactPathway
Matías Barberis @EFISCentre posits that #dystopian literature could serve as inspiration for #innovation and policymaking due to its connection to future thinking and the tool of #scenario planning: https://www.euroscientist.com/dystopian-literature-innovation-policymaking/. @mattbrami @euroscientist #Foresight
Great to see Interreg BSR project - BSR S3 Ecosystem - profiled on the S3 Platform website. Working with macro-regional partners for the last 3 years to drive collective Smart Specialisation capacity has been a pleasure and privilege! @EfisCentre https://s3platform.jrc.ec.europa.eu/-/baltic-sea-region-interregional-cooperation-on-circular-bio-economy?inheritRedirect=true