The Recognition & Rewards festival: a different view on scientific excellence
The topic of the scientific festival Recognition & Rewards was: How can we best do justice to the diversity of skills scientists can acquire to be successful? Because we often see these aspects reflected in the drafting of personal CVs and describing consortia, E+M advisers Marlieke and Edine travelled to the festival in Utrecht.
Water management from Asia to Ghana, and now our colleague!
Olaf Koster, our new colleague since the beginning of May, has lived in various countries. This has already given him a lot of knowledge and experience in the field of water management. Read on to get acquainted…
Evers + Manders acquired by the Hezelburcht Group
“After more than 28 years, we have decided to sell Evers + Manders Grant Consultants to the Hezelburcht Group.
With this acquisition we have chosen for a transition that fits well with our company culture, and our ambition to deliver quality and focus our expertise in specific sectors. This ensures that continuity is guaranteed, both for our clients and for our employees.
EUREKA, Erasmus+, and AAL: Nina van der Vaart Brings Experience with International Grants
Nina van der Vaart lived for several years in Málaga where she worked in the Technology Transfer Office where she supervised many grant applications for European programmes. Now, with Evers + Manders Grant Consultants she’s part of the medical sector, with a focus on care, elderly care, and welfare.
Scientific versus grant writing
Grant writing has a different goal than scientific writing. That requires a different approach and style. Read more to get the details on this approach.
Learning while sleeping, it exists!
Anne Koopman, our new colleague since the beginning of the year, did her PhD in Wales in the field of “sleep learning”. It exists! In this blog she talks about her sleep research at Cardiff University.
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 […]