SATORI final conference draws over 140 participants

More than 140 participants and high-level EU officials attended the SATORI project (of which Trilateral is deputy coordinator) final conference held in Brussels on 18-19 September 2017. The conference discussed current and future trends in ethics of R&I. The SATORI Final Conference Ethics Assessment of Research and Innovation: Looking to the Future was one of […]

SATORI ethics assessment framework has lift-off

The lack of a balanced and harmonised approach to ethical assessment of research and innovation (R&I) projects in many countries often leads to unwanted outcomes such as unethical research, poor quality of ethics reviews, and uncertainty for researchers, innovators and regulators. To overcome these bad effects, the SATORI project (which has partners from 16 organisations including academics, […]

SATORI: A FRAMEWORK FOR ETHICS ASSESSMENT IN RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Whether you are an ethics committee member, policy maker interested in ethics and responsible research and innovation, a corporate social responsibility (CSR) manager, a research funder, a researcher, NGO, or journalist looking for information about ethics assessment of research and innovation (R&I), you can find a range of valuable information on the SATORI website.  For […]

SATORI December 2016 newsletter and blog post published

The SATORI project has issued its December 2016 newsletter (compiled by Trilateral Research Ltd; Trilateral leads the policy developments work package of SATORI and is deputy co-ordinator of the project) featuring policy developments in the ethics of research and innovation at the EU and national level! The current issue focusses on international, EU and national developments (Austria, […]