Subjects

ZonMw aims at improving the scientific and social impact of research output, including research data. To gain impact from research data, one must be able to reuse them for verification of research findings, or for future research.
To this end, ZonMw requires researchers to perform research data management and stewardship (RDM), and to share their data to contribute to future, innovative research.
ZonMw’s procedures for RDM aim at creating FAIR data, and high quality research projects.

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In the spotlight

Good examples

  • In Innovations one can find more examples

Open data or FAIR data?

Open data or fair data

FAIR data are not necessarily OPEN data. Through the ‘A’ of Accessibility, one can state the conditions for sharing the data (‘restricted access’). The FAIR principles are in line with the policy of research funders like ZonMw and NWO to make research data “as open as possible, and as closed as needed”.

Open data

Interesting things to do with data

E-data & research

The digital newsletter (also on paper !) E-Data & Research, issued by DANS, shows interesting examples of what one can do with data. The articles are about various research fields, and bring abstract concepts to life. They give clear explanations that are also useful for life sciences.

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News

New round ZonMw Open Competition starts on 20 February 2020

The second round of the new programme ZonMw Open Competition will open On 20 February instead of 23 January. The deadline for the first phase of project ideas will be 16 April 2020. The deadline for submitting full proposals will also shift, namely to 15 September 2020. The most important reason for these changes is a substantive sharpening of the call for proposals.

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Calls

Call for submission of full proposals ‘Tackling antibiotic resistance by reusing data and increasing FAIRness’

Topics

Research within the following research areas is eligible for funding in this round:

  1. Studies on the prevention of the acquisition and / or transmission of antibacterial resistant bacteria, or ABR genes in different environments according to One Health e.g., patients, hospitals, farms, nature, etc.
  2. Studies that support appropriate (use of) diagnostics.
  3. Studies that support new or improved applications for antibiotics and alternatives to antibiotics.
  4. Studies on optimising dosage and prudent use of antibiotics.

Part of programme

Antibiotic Resistance (ABR)

Published on

11 December 2019

Deadline

11 February 2020,
14.00

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ZonMw Talent Programme - ZonMw Veni 2020 proposals

Topics

  • Talented researchers
  • Fundamental research
  • Health (-care) Research
  • Innovation

Part of programme

NWO Talent Programme / Vernieuwingsimpuls

Published on

11 December 2019

Deadline

11 February 2020,
14.00

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Novel imaging and brain stimulation methods and technologies related to Neurodegenerative Diseases

Topics

  • Transnational research.
  • Focus on neurodegenerative diseases (one or several of following; SCA, SMA, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Prion, Motor neuron or Huntington disease)  
  • Imaging technologies, such as MRI, PET or super-resolution microscopy and molecular imaging techniques.
  • Brain stimulation techniques, such as DBS, TMS or tDCS.

Part of programme

EU Joint Programme - Neurodegenerative Disease Research (JPND)

Published on

7 January 2020

Deadline

3 March 2020,
15.00

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Events

KNAW-symposium Digitale samenleving

Hoe beïnvloedt digitalisering de maatschappij? Twee jaar na het verschijnen van de onderzoeksagenda "Digitale samenleving" van de Vereniging van Universiteiten (VSNU) blikken vier betrokken onderzoekers terug op de afgelopen periode. Wat kunnen zij nu zeggen over de manier waarop digitalisering alle aspecten van het dagelijks leven bereikt en verandert? De sprekers gaan ook in op de rol van de wetenschap in het beantwoorden van die vragen.

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European Implementation Event 2020

The European Implementation Event 2020 (#EIE2020) will take place on October 1st and 2nd 2020 in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Pre-conference activities will occur on September 30, 2020.

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Margreet Bloemers

Margreet Bloemers

Project leader FAIR data and datamanagement

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