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ZonMw’s approach to optimize reuse of COVID-19 related data

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Under the urgency of the outbreak of the corona pandemic, we take a number of actions to enable researchers in ZonMw’s COVID-19 projects to create FAIR data that can be used by humans as well as machines. As a result, data become findable through computer search, and accessible for learning-algorithms (comparable to the Personal Health Train concept). The results of the activities are available for the entire research community of COVID-19.

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Innovative research awarded funding in COVID-19 Programme

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Within the COVID-19 Programme, a total of 40 projects have now been awarded funding. In addition, 12 more projects will receive funding after additional administrative steps. In this programme, research will start that focuses on the effects of the measures against the coronavirus pandemic. This concerns a substantial financial injection in the Dutch research field. With this funding, the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, together with ZonMw...

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Update COVID-19 Programme: many applications

The interest for our calls for proposals within the COVID-19 Programme is considerable. In the past few weeks, we were pleased to receive many applications. In this update, you can read about the current state of affairs and the planning for the coming period.

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COVID-19 Programme call for proposals “Societal dynamics” now open

COVID-19 Programme call for proposals "Societal dynamics" now open

The call for proposals for the focus area “Societal dynamics” within the COVID-19 Programme is now open. Consortia, research groups and independent researchers from several disciplines can submit ideas for research aimed at the societal effects of the coronavirus pandemic and of the (intended) measures against it. Given the need to act urgently, the deadline for submitting ideas is 25 May 2020, at 14.00 hours.

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Call for proposals COVID-19 Programme (‘second wave’) open for project ideas

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The call for proposals for two focus areas within the COVID-19 Programme has now been published. Research groups can submit proposals for research aimed at the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and the measures taken against it. In view of the need to act urgently, the deadline has been set at 14 May 2020.

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Details COVID-19 research programme (“second wave”) now online

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Today we published the COVID-19 research programme (“second wave”).

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Funding opportunity for Gender in Research Fellowships withdrawn

Due to the constantly changing situation regarding the corona virus (COVID-19) pandemic, the funding opportunity for Gender in Research Fellowships has been withdrawn.

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Start research programme COVID-19 (“second wave”)

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Due to the considerable impact of the coronavirus crisis, there is a major need for medical and societal solutions and answers. Therefore, ZonMw, on behalf of the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, will shortly start the research programme COVID-19.

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First approved research projects subsidy scheme COVID-19

Eight projects that will have a direct effect on the course of the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) and public health will soon be starting. This is the first result of the commission of the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport to ZonMw to finance critical research with a direct impact on the current corona pandemic.

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18 starting science talents go to top foreign institutions thanks to Rubicon

18 researchers who have recently received their PhDs can do their research at foreign research institutes thanks to a Rubicon grant from NWO. The Rubicon programme gives young, highly promising researchers the opportunity to gain international research experience.

 

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