The objective of the Res-AGorA project is to develop a comprehensive governance framework for Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). In order to achieve this goal, Res-AGorA conducted extensive case study research about existing RRI governance across different scientific technological areas. All cases were interested in de-facto responsible governance of research and innovation, i.e. examples of the governance of research and innovation that had a responsibility dimension even if not explicitly referred to as Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). The transversal lessons derived from the case study analyses are summarized in a special report which summarizes the 13 lessons.