Brexit and Horizon Europe
Even though Brexit has now officially happened, nothing is certain about the UKs future involvement in all European grant programs, for example for Horizon Europe that will start in 2021. Until the end of 2020, there is a transition phase in which the UK can still apply to European research funds. But what then?
Expand your Horizon with Artificial Intelligence grant opportunities
The Horizon 2020 “Digitisation and Transformation of European Industry and Services theme” for 2020 focuses on 4 themes.
Top 10: funding jargon explained
When preparing a grant proposal, especially for a European program, you are bound to run into new terms that you don’t fully understand. The formal explanations in the call documents are often quite extensive. As a consequence, many people poorly understand these terms, so we like to explain them ourselves.
Grant Advising: What’s in it for you as a scientist?
Scientists are known for their can-do mentality. When it comes to their research, they like to take matters in their own hands. It would help many scientists to set aside their pride and outsource certain tasks to keep their work hours to what they do best: produce ground-breaking scientific insights.
For all the other, grant-related tasks, we are here to help.
Grant writing: 10 tips from the NIH
Marlieke talked in Chicago at the largest Neuroscience conference in the world about her research, and attended a workshop from the largest medical funding agency in the US, The National Institutes of Health. She shares the grant writing tips with you.
Last chance for the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks coming up!
The very last deadline for the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks (MSCA-ITN) is coming up at January 14th. This competitive but very generous program is part of Horizon2020, that will finish next year. Last chance for the MSC-ITN.
Knowledge of ICT and AI expanded with new colleague Roddy van der Horst
The knowledge and experience on ICT and AI within the team of Evers + Manders has expanded with our new colleague Roddy van der Horst.
Changing sides: looking at science another way
My first day at Evers + Manders was one of mixed feelings. Next to the excitement and loads of new information, that day an article was published by the VU Amsterdam university magazine entitled: “We are giving up science”. I was interviewed for this article a few weeks earlier, but forgot to point out the […]
Partners for Water: your project idea meeting already planned?
The Partners for Water: Flood risk management and water security programme for urban deltas (WWSD) was reopened on 1 July 2011. The deadlines that are coming up : Applications can be submitted until September 6, 2019, 12.00 hrs. Mandatory project idea discussion with advisor of grant provider before 30 August 2019 It is not possible […]
A competitive Marie Curie ETN grant proposal
Researchers working across all disciplines can appeal for funding from the Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions (MSCA) Program by submitting an European Training Networks (ETN) grant proposal. Due to its bottom-up and scientific excellence-driven approach, the MSCA Program is immensely popular but also extremely competitive. More than a thousand proposals were submitted for the 2017 MSCA […]
The Sustainable Water Fund: final call, final chance!
The final call of the Sustainable Water Fund is open now. Contact Evers + Manders Subsidieadviseurs if you are interested in developing a high quality proposal!