Living Knowledge Network

Welcome to the website of the Living Knowledge Network – the formal international network of Science Shops and Community Based Research.

On the following pages we will provide you with information about the activities of the network, the importance and work of science shops for the exchange and joint generation of knowledge from society and science.

Please feel free to join the network.

News from the Network

9th Living Knowledge Conference 2022

After two years postponement we are happy that our 9th International Living Knowledge Conference will actually happen in 2022. We hope to see you all in Groningen and do some serious catching up. Meanwhile, stay healthy! Conference: Wednesday 29 June, Thursday 30

Policy brief #2 NewHoRRIzon

Policy brief #2 ‘Lacking integration of societal needs and ethical concerns into European research and innovation policy severelyy limits the ability to tackle ‘grand challenges’ NewHoRRIzon is a project that aims at further integrating Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in

InSPIRES Science Shops

Presenting the Allthings.bioPRO project on co-creating a serious game on bioeconomy at LK9. https://t.co/8j13DgOhAB ScienceShops photo
The plenary session of day 2 of #LK9 about research with and for society in a world of contested expertise is live streamed here https://t.co/GBmMleeEx7. With Marc Pauly, Rajesh Tandon, Lisa Herzog and Claudia Göbel.
Opening of the 9th Living Knowledge conference in Groningen. So many participants attending for the first time. Amazing! A warm welcome! https://t.co/TDlqLQvw5k ScienceShops photo
The TeRRIFICA story. The excellent AMU team contributing to the regional climate change adaptation plan. #ClimateAction #climatechange #cocreation #terrifica https://t.co/ekCs3hLadW ScienceShops photo
Strengthen community engagement is the challenge higher education faces, say @RTandon_PRIA and A. Crowfoot from EUA at the presentation of the GUNi World Report on HE. Honoured, being able to contribute to the report. #WHEC2022 https://t.co/Q0xXgDRK4L ScienceShops photo