Talent Program: what is important in the academic CV in 2023?
The NWO Talent Program (the Veni, Vidi and Vici grants) is changing along with the developments in the scientific world. This is particularly noticable in the introduction of a new CV, that has changed from narrative to evidence-based. What is important now about the academic CV?
NWO debate funding system of the future: “It started a bit chaotic”
The NWO-debat at the VU in Amsterdam on research funding had a lot of visitors. The outcome of the debate: NWO should continue to support different types of research and simplify the application process.
To the top of the world with the NWO Summit Grant
For example, with the NWO Gravitation program top consortia are being funded for 10 years to work on groundbreaking research. After those 10 years it often is difficult to continue the cooperation due to a lack of structural funding. With the Summit Grant NWO wants to support those consortia to continue the research.
What does the new NWO strategy mean for your next grant application?
Recently, Dutch Research Council (NWO) published their strategic plan for the years 2023-2026, entitled “Science works! What effect does this have on your application? Here you will find our update.
Impact in the NWO Talent Programme
It is becoming increasingly important within NWO applications that the impact of your research is accurately and realistically described. But how do you determine the impact of your research? We recommend a number of steps that our advisor Marlieke explains in this blog.
Good first quarter for customers E+M: €31 million for scientific research
A successful first quarter for the clients of Evers + Manders. They can look forward to a total of €31 million in order to realise their ambitions. A great appreciation of the work of our advisers.
NWA call for human-centred Artificial Intelligence
In cooperation with the Dutch AI Coalition (AIC) the NWO published a new call as a part of the Dutch research agenda (NWA); Synergy theme Artificial Intelligence: Human-centred AI for an inclusive society – towards an ecosystem of trust.
Winning proposal NWA-ORC DARTBAC fighting AMR
The “Dutch Antimicrobial Resistance Technology development and Biofilm Assessment Consortium” (DARTBAC), led by dr. Chris Arts of the Maastricht University Medical Centre, will prepare the Netherlands for the time when antibiotics are much less effective in the prevention and eradication of infection due to AMR.
First NWO-call Key Technologies
After the change from top sectors to missions a so-called fifth theme of the mission-driven Dutch innovation policy has opened: the Key Enabling Technologies.
NWO Open Competition ENW – something for every need
The NWO domain ENW has recently restructured its Open Competition grant instrument. From now on the Open Competition provides an answer to many needs in the form of three different grant programs.
NWA vs KIC grants: what are the differences?
NWA and KIC: At first glance they look very similar, but appearances can be deceiving. There are important differences, differences that can determine which of the two best suits a specific idea, application or consortium.
Incentive Funds for Women in STEM
The proportion of wwomen working in the STEM disciplines at universities and colleges of higher education is low in the Netherlands. Moreover, the higher the position, the more the proportion of women decreases. With the Science and Technology incentive fund, the governement wants to reduce the outflow of qualified women.