The unknown unknowns Festival

With Open Science and Innovation off to New Worlds!

Due to the current situation, the festival will be held online from 14 - 16 December. Over three days, we want to go on a cross-sectorially discovery tour together, and explore new spaces of possibility, potentials and sources of new knowledge on the map of the innovation ecosystem and on the path to the future. Further information can be found here.
Workbook

The Opening of Science. Workbook on structuring the transformation (only in German)

How can you use and anchor Open Practices in science? And what benefits do they offer you? The publication developed as part of the innOsci Future Lab invites you to set out and shape change through concrete examples, practical guidelines for action and science policy recommendations.
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Forum for Open Innovation Culture

We bring actors from science and industry together, as well as civil society and politics, to develop instruments and solutions for the joint design of innovations and societal transformation. In this way, we aim to understand overarching factors and cause-effect relationships, and to derive recommendations for the systemic encounter with challenges facing society as a whole.
Voice from the community

Openness Scanner

In our new feature, we conduct interviews to explore where science and innovation stand in various fields in terms of their openness level, and what changes are being driven by recent developments, such as the Corona pandemic.
System Map

An Analysis on the Openness of the German Innovation System

In a multi-stage process with system design methods, we mapped and analysed the openness of the German innovation system with the involvement of over 50 actors from science, business, civil society and politics.
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Community Platform

With our digital community platform, we want to create a lively network and an interactive space for exchange, information, discussions and new ideas. We are still in our early stages and look forward to registrations, test users, feedback, wishes and suggestions and, of course, lively participation and joint creation!