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Open science in a world of open labs


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Open Science new strategies need new science structures to be developed. We call it: open labs, new research and innovation environments based on a synthesis of current structures (academic research groups, companies, civic organitzations, public bodies,...). These open labs are currently emerging as living labs, fablabs, citizen labs, xlabs....
Until now new technologies have connected old economic, social, political structures. Nevertheless new structures are emerging.

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Open science in a world of open labs

  1. 1. Open Science in a world of Open Labs Artur Serra Vicepresident ENoLL. Open Science: from values to practice. B-Debate. CosmoCaixa, Barcelona, October 4-5, 2018.
  2. 2. Stakeholder and Citizen Engagement is maybe the more difficult task to make Open Science a reality.
  3. 3. The Open Living Lab’s contributions.
  4. 4. “Empowering everyone to innovate” More than 170 living labs in 5 continents.
  5. 5. Multistakeholder participation
  6. 6. Citizen engagement Started in 2007, in Cornella de Llobregat, In the metropolitan área of Barcelona A city with 80.000 inhabitants. And 8.000 members “citilabers”
  7. 7. Living Lab for Health @ IrsiCaixa Transforming the R&I system  through a Living Lab and a RRI approach 1. Participatory R&I agendas & transition management 2. Training and consultancy for a more open and inclusive R&I 3. Facilitation of participatory R&I projects (community based research, community advisory committees, Science Shop, design thinking ...) 4. Advocacy in coalition 5. Education and Outreach 6. Research on RRI and systemic transitions
  8. 8. The world of open labs
  9. 9. Fablabs: open innovation in digital fabrication More than 1.000 in 97 countries in 2017
  10. 10. “Living Labing” traditional institutions
  11. 11. The Lab: a Vision for Europe in 2030. “The year is 2030. Open Science has become a reality and is offering a whole range of new, unlimited opportunities for research and discovery worldwide. Scientists, citizens, publishers, research institutions, public and private research funders, students and education professionals as well as companies from around the globe are sharing an open, virtual environment called The Lab”. ( Open Innovation, Open Science and Open to the World: A Vision for Europe. 2016 : 22.)
  12. 12. Some lines of action in Open Science and Open Innovation in Catalonia.
  13. 13. Living labs and citizen science #CiènciaCiutadanaEnAcció
  14. 14. Defining a regional strategy in OS
  15. 15. Prototyping an open science and innovation ecosystem in the digital era.
  16. 16. Our final conclusion If we want sustainable multistakeholder and citizen engagament policies on Open Science we should contribute to develop the citizen-centric and global movement of Open Labs.
  17. 17.  . Thanks a lot, Moltes gràcies