SHAPE-ID‘s overall aim is to provide concrete guidance and practical recommendations (in the form of a toolkit) for shaping future action, moving beyond expressions of intent or encouragement and into a framework for efficiently achieving the best value from activities in the interdisciplinary space.
*This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 822705.
At the recent ESSI Conference in Dortmund, Germany, Andrea Ricci was on a panel where he discussed the role of interdisciplinary research in fostering social innovation, based on ISINNOVA's work in the SHAPE-ID project. The [...]
The very first SHAPE-ID newsletter is out! Learn more about the project, what we have been up to, next steps and get links to information and resources on all things interdisciplinary! Read the newsletter [...]
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