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Research projects

Researchers at the Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities (SVT) lead, coordinate and participate in several research projects on the ethical and societal aspects of science and technology.The projects span a range of topics, including: Responsible Research and Innovation RRI (e.g in digital research practices, higher education, synthetic biology), food ethics, climate change adaptation, modernity, pragmatism, sustainable development and Nano-ethics. Information about most of the projects are listed below - a complete overview of SVT's projects' are listed in the project archive.

Project: ‘Checking Assumptions AND promoting responsibility In smart Development Projects’
Project leader : Kjetil Rommetveit
Financed by: European Commission, H2020 (€566 286)
Project period: 2017

Project: 'Responsibility, practice and the public good across Digital Life'
Project leader UiB : Roger Strand
Financed by: Norges Forskningsråd 
Project period: 2017-2020

Project: ’PARticipatory platform for sustainable Energy managemenT’
Project leader UiB: Kjetil Rommetveit
Financed by: ERA-NET (€1.627.387)
Project period: 2016 -2019

Project: ‘Moving Towards Adaptive Governance in Complexity’
Project leader UiB: Roger Strand
Financed by: European Commission, H2020 (€7 457 761,25)
Project period: 2016 -2020

Project: ‘Higher Education Institutions & Responsible Research and Innovation’
Project leader UiB: Roger Strand
Financed by: European Commission, H2020 (€1 498 775)
Project period: 2015 -2018

Project: ‘Enhancing Seafood Ethics and Sustainability: A Values and Ecosystem-based Management Approach’
Project leader: Mimi Lam
Financed by: European Commission, MSCA-IF (€ 208 400)
Project period: 2017-2019

Project: ‘Mainstreaming Sensitivity Analysis and Uncertainty Auditing’
Project leader UiB: Jeroen van der Sluijs, Andrea Saltelli
Financed by: Peder Sather Grant
Project period: 2017-2018

Project: ‘Co-development of place-based climate services for action’
Project leader UiB: Jeroen van der Sluijs
Financed by: ERA-NET ERA4CS (€2 110 800)
Project period: 2017 -2020

Project: ‘Research integrity in Norway
Project leader UiB: Matthias Kaiser
Financed by: Universitetet i Bergen, Høgskolen på Vestlandet, De nasjonale forskningsetiske komiteene
Project period: 2016 -2018

Project: ‘European Network of Research Ethics and Research Integrity’
Project leader UiB: Matthias Kaiser
Financed by: European Commission, H2020 (€ 1 499 000)
Project period: 2016-2019

Project: ‘Transformere klimakunnskap med og for samfunnet’
Project leader: Matthias Kaiser
Financed by: Norges Forskningsråd (NOK 10 mill.)
Project period: 2014-2018

Project: ‘AquaFly
Project leader UiB: Roger Strand
Financed by: Norges Forskningsråd (NOK 10 mill)
Project period: 2014-2018

Prosjektarkiv

EPINET

Responsibillity as an integral component of digital research practices in bio- and nanotechnology

Technolife

Value Isobars

SALMOSTERILE

Ethical seafood? - Fisheries and Aquaculture at the Crossroads (ESea)

Responsible research and innovation in synthetic biology

Enzyme development for Norwegian biomass – mining Norwegian biodiversity for seizing opportunities in the bio-based economy

Sustaining ethical aquaculture trade

Pegasus

Reflexive Systems biology

Nanoetikk