Angela Simone is a freelance public and stakeholder engagement professional, working also as scientific journalist, designer and manager of EU projects, and lecturer in science communication, open science and Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). Since 2010, Angela has been collaborating with Fondazione Giannino Bassetti, Italian not for profit foundation, aiming at promoting Responsible Innovation since more than 20 years. Currently she is Deputy Coordinator of the EU H2020 SMART-map Project, to bring RRI to the industrial sectors of Precision Medicine, 3D Printing in Biomedicine and SynBio. On behalf of Bassetti Foundation, she is member of the Advisory Board of the EU H2020 project e-SIDES on Ethical and Societal Implications of Data Science, and Scientific Manager of the Lombardy’s Regional Forum for Research and Innovation, dealing with the implementation of RRI in Lombardy. Biotechnologist by training, Angela holds a further Advanced Master in Science Communication and a PhD in Law and New Technologies. During her doctorate course, she was a visiting fellow at the Science, Technology and Society Program - JFK School of Government (Harvard University). She is also partner of formicablu ltd, Italian SME devoted to science and technology dissemination and communication.