Interdisciplinary teams of scientists, researchers, students and other interested individual groups, who implement MRU research programs, develop an ecosystem based on a high-level of knowledge, state-of-the-art technology, collaboration between science, business, and government institutions and society, and network governance.

The Social Innovations Laboratory network MRU LAB prepares and implements international and national projects, undertakes commissioned business and public sector research, conducts training and provides consultations to various groups of society. 

The MRU LAB is open not only to MRU, but also to scientists, researchers, students from other institutions and business, government institutions, non-governmental organizations partners, with whom innovative solutions to the most important challenges of modern society are sought. 

Regulations of the Social Innovations Laboratory network MRU LAB

The results of a study financed by the European Commission-funded Erasmus + project “Building the Culture of Social Innovation in Higher Education” showed that Mykolas Romeris University is a leader in developing, implementing and sustaining social innovation in Central and Eastern Europe. The study was carried out by scientists and researchers from the University of Northampton in the United Kingdom, the University of Iceland, the Collegium Civitas University in Poland and the Ashoka Association.