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This NWA-call invites consortia in a multidisciplinary and integrated manner to contribute to the further realisation of animal-free models and the acceptance and implementation with the associated legislation.
22 July 2021
17 February 2022,
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The aim of this Call for proposals is to encourage the acceptance and implementation of existing animal-free models that researchers use for a better prediction of health effects on humans. To realise this objective, a proposal must touch upon three iterative processes:
Demonstrating the usability and applicability of the model;
Facilitating (regulatory) acceptance of the model;
Developing a publicly supported values framework in which the degree of uncertainty is weighed up against the acceptance of the model.
The proposals will be assessed against the following three criteria:
Proposals should be submitted by a consortium in which the various types of research in the knowledge chain (fundamental, applied and practice-oriented) and civil society organisations must be represented. The consortia are required to work in an inter- and transdisciplinary manner. This means that different research disciplines (humanities, natural sciences and social sciences) and other stakeholders (as described in the Aim of the programme) are represented and closely collaborate on developing the project proposal from the outset.
For this call for proposals is a budget of 2.865 million euros available. For a research proposal in this round, a maximum of € 955.000 can be applied for. The budget modules (including the maximum amounts) that are available are stated in this call for proposals. You should only request that which is essential for realising the research.
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