RRI | Manchester Responsible Research and Innovation Group

The SYNBIOCHEM RRI Group seeks to initiate early responsible research and innovation (RRI) dialogue, provide expertise, guidance and training in responsible governance of SynBio innovation, and foster public engagement and training for the research community. Members comprise an interdisciplinary group of social science, innovation, and policy researchers working with SYNBIOCHEM and on RRI associated topics.

RRI Group Members (2017-2018)

RRI-Shapira

Philip Shapira – Professor of Management, Innovation and Policy, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, Alliance Manchester Business School. Co-I and Lead for Responsible Research and Innovation at SYNBIOCHEM.

 

 

RRI-BalmerAndrew Balmer – Lecturer in Sociology, School of Social Sciences, University of
Manchester.

 

 

RRI-GokAbdullah Gök – Lecturer in Innovation, Strategy and Business Economics, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, Alliance Manchester Business School.

 

RRI-RandlesSally Randles – Professor of Sustainability and Innovation, Manchester Metropolitan
University.

 

 

Barbara Ribeiro – Postdoctoral Research Associate, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, Alliance Manchester Business School.

 

 

Robert Meckin – Postdoctoral Research Associate, Sociology, University of Manchester

 

 

Mohammad Hajhashem – Postdoctoral Research Associate, Manchester Metropolitan University

 

 

 

Gennady Belyakov – Doctoral Researcher, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

 

 

 

Penelope Polson – CASE Doctoral Researcher, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

 

 

Alina Kadyrova – Doctoral Researcher, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

 

 

 

Xiao Liang – Doctoral Researcher, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

 

 

 

Paul Oldham (OneWorldAnalytics) – Simon Industrial Fellow (2017-2018), Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

 

 

 

External CoI: Sarah Chan, Chancellor’s Fellow, University of Edinburgh.

 

 

 

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