The LBG Open Innovation in Science Center implements and investigates Open Innovation in Science (OIS) practices and approaches in research.
Open Innovation in Science (OIS) is a process of purposively enabling open, inter- and transdisciplinary collaborations along one or more stages of the scientific research process, to improve the novelty, efficiency, and societal impact of scientific research.
The LBG OIS Center conducts research on OIS, implements OIS practices and offers support services in form of funding, consultation, trainings and events and resources for the scientific community. In particular, our implementation expertise supports researchers and research institutions to involve stakeholders at different steps along the research process, to improve the novelty, efficiency, and societal impact of scientific research.
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Our Implementation Expertise
We support researchers in jointly identifying priorities for research together with citizens, patients, and other relevant stakeholders.
Patient and Public Involvement
We support researchers to implement patient and public involvement and engagement activities in research through consultation, training, networking, and more.
We support researchers to implement strategic impact planning, and continuous impact reflection, steering and assessment, to unfold the societal impact of research.