The PRISMA project has conducted pilot studies with 8 companies in order to help them to better integrate Responsible Research & Innovation (RRI) in their innovation process and business practices. These pilots have provided case studies and good practices on RRI.
The PRISMA Project has delivered a toolkit for small or medium-sized companies that aspire to develop innovative products and services with which genuine societal needs are addressed and a contribution is made to both environmental and economic sustainability.
The goal of the PRISMA-project was to draw specific lessons about how RRI can be implemented in industry, ranging from small enterprises to large corporations to consortia with universities. To this end, the project included cooperation with 8 different companies in the field of automated cars, internet technology, drones, biotechnology, synthetic biology, and nanotechnology.
Welcome to the PRISMA Project!
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No. 710059.
Innovation Meets Sustainability & Responsibility
Final PRISMA Conference, Brussels, 27 June 2019
PRISMA has developed a road map/methodology to integrate values, societal impact, safety, sustainability and trust in the innovation policies of companies. The structured methodology is the result of eight pilots in companies that are all active in upcoming technologies (nanotechnologies, synthetic biology, Internet of things, and autonomous vehicles). The methodology – and a number of examples- will be presented in this final event of the PRISMA project.
Innovation meets Sustainability & Responsibility: The PRISMA Industrial Roadmap – Final PRISMA Event
Enabling and transformative technologies could change society, with a pervasive impact on practically all industrial sectors and our daily life. Examples include applications of nanotechnologies, synthetic biology, Internet of things, and autonomous vehicles. The...
Responsible Innovation and business strategy: presentation and discussion of the PRISMA project roadmap at the Italian National Standard Body
How can companies design long-term strategies to improve the social value of their research and innovation processes as well as their overall social performance? This question was debated in Milan on a two half-days co-creative dialogue event (30-31 October) organised...
The application of nanomaterials in cosmetics has always been a matter of debate, raising some fundamental questions: what is the matter with using nano? Is there a real added value for people? Is it safe? What are the uncertainties for human health? As a typical...