Presentation of the EU Project COMPASS at the "Long Night of Research"
The WU opened its doors to the public for the first time on April 13th, 2018, for the „Long Night of Research“. Exciting lectures and information stands inspired exchange and discussions, and food trucks provided sustenance. With free admission, current WU research projects were presented, among which the Institute for Managing Sustainability’s EU project COMPASS was included.
The goal of the COMPASS project is to make the topic “Responsible Innovation” tangible for corporations. To that end, the project consortium, together with corporations, developed a collection of instruments that corporations can work well with. In the coming months, two of these instruments can be tested for free by corporations from across Europe: A flexible and applicable method for the development of a corporation’s responsible innovation strategy and an online self-check tool on the corporation’s strengths and weaknesses regarding Responsible Innovation. You can find all the information regarding participation opportunities, as well as practical examples of Responsible Innovation, here https://innovation-compass.eu/!
COMPASS at the “Long Night of Research”: https://innovation-compass.eu/highlights/compass-at-the-long-night-of-research-in-vienna/
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