Open Science and the Science-Society Relationship

Link to the paper: Abstract: Nowadays, the prevailing trend in the science-society relationship is to engage with the broader public, which is beneficial for the public, scientific institutes, scientific findings, and the legitimacy of science as a whole. This article provides a broad review of the rapidly growing research...


The podcast is hosted by Luiza Bengtsson and Emma Harris from the Communications department at the Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association (MDC). On behalf of the ORION project, Luiza and Emma have been developing a whole range of training resources about Open Science for researchers, including workshops and online materials. The podcast is intended to be an easy and entertaining way to learn more about Open Science and research.

D6.2 ORION website and institutional webpages on OS

The ORION website is one of the main dissemination channels for the project and its activities. Also each participating RFPO created a dedicated webpage to Open Science and RRI on their institutional websites.

D2.2 Questionnaire for self-assessment on Open Science

In order to help other Research Funding and Performing Organizations (RFPOs) who are interested in carrying out self-assessment on Open Science, we are making the questionnaire used in the large-scale quantitative analysis available.

D2.3 Public attitudes to life sciences research in six European countries

Our survey Public attitudes to life sciences research in six European countries shows that interest in life sciences research is generally high among citizens and that the three most accepted purposes of using genome editing are related to the medical field. 6000 persons were interviewed in this pan-European study which...

D3.1 Menu of co-creation methods

The menu of co-creation tools was designed to provide support and ideas to ORION partners and the wider community in facilitating co-creation experiments. It was developed through desk research and consultation with research funding and performing organisations already participating or hosting co-creation experiments.