Human rights in the robot age : challenges arising from the use of robotics, artificial intelligence, and virtual and augmented reality
The Rathenau Instituut conducted this research on the invitation of the Committee on Culture, Science, Education and Media of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE).
Spinning plates : funding streams and prioritisation in Dutch university research
The present report Spinning plates – Funding streams and prioritisation in Dutch university research offers a detailed analysis of how university research is financed in the Netherlands. It is based on an analysis of the budgets and annual financial reports of government and of research organisations. We have also used data drawn from our surveys of university deans and members of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences and The Young Academy for our report 'De ontwikkeling van vakgebieden in Nederland'.
Work Programme 2017-2018
The Rathenau Institute investigates trends in science and technology, interprets their implications for society and policymaking, and encourages public debate and informed decision-making.
Annual Report 2015
The Annual Report 2015 outlines the Rathenau Institute's activities in the past year.
Public Knowledge Organisations in the Netherlands
Facts and Figures of Public Knowledge Organisations.
Science, Journalism and Media Logic
Article by Iris Korthagen on news media logic and the role of science journalism.
Shaping socio-technical innovation through policy
The Knowledge, Innovation and Strategy department of the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment has commissioned the Rathenau Instituut to draft a memorandum in order to be able to develop the theme of “policy in times of singularity” in the new Strategic Knowledge and Innovation Agenda.
TA Practices in Europe
This report describes and compares current practices of Parliamentary Technology Assessment (PTA) in Europe.
Technology Assessment and Policy Areas of Great Transitions
Proceedings from the PACITA 2013 Conference in Prague
Future Panel Method Description
As part of the PACITA project (Parliaments and Civil Society in Technology Assessment), a demonstration project was carried out focusing on Public Health Genomics.
- Knowledge for policy
- Digital society
- Futureproof knowledge
- Science in figures
- #Academic careers
- #Big data
- #Energy transition
- #Evidence based policy
- #Research infrastructure
- #Patient information
- #Public participation
- #Smart farming
- #Synthetic biology
- #Leading sectors
- #Faith in science
- #Science agenda