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Dutch local authorities have been responsible for youth care schemes and parental help in child-raising. ZonMw contributes towards improving the quality of youth care in several ways. We support effect research to find out what works and what does not; we stimulate the dissemination of new knowledge to professionals, municipalities, and training organisations; and we invest in an effective knowledge infrastructure, so that practice, research, education and policy can better stimulate and inform each other.

The input provided by parents and young people themselves is seen as an important part of this process.

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Handbook for Adequate Natural Data Stewardship

The revised version of the Handbook for Adequate Natural Data Stewardship (HANDS2.0) has been launched on November 28. The handbook is a guidance for data stewardship in research at the umc’s. The guidances are helpful for ZonMw-projects.

 

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Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management (I&W) strengthens research programme Microplastics & Health

The Ministry of I&W is contributing financially to the recently started research programme Microplastics & Health. This programme was initiated by ZonMw, The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development in collaboration with the Topsector Water, Topsector Life Sciences & Health and the Gieskes-Strijbis Foundation. In this programme the best research projects investigating possible health effects of micro- en nanoplastics will...

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NWO changes course for ERA-NETs and JPIs

NWO will no longer use its own funds to enter into new financial obligations for joint calls via ERA-NETs and JPIs. The main reason for this is that NWO focusses on new forms of international collaboration in its new strategic plan (2019-2022). For example, via the principle of Money Follows Cooperation, NWO will remove the boundaries and facilitate bottom-up international collaboration in all the research it funds. NWO is holding talks with...

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Talent Scheme - ZonMw Veni 2019

Topics

  • Stimulating early career scientists
  • Excellent researchers
  • Personal funding
  • Innovation in scientific research
  • Knowledge utilisation

Part of programme

Talent Scheme - Veni

Published on

1 November 2018

Deadline

8 January 2019,
14.00

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Karin van Gorp

Karin van Gorp

Programme Manager

Telefoonnummer+31 70 349 53 17
E-mailadresgorp@zonmw.nl
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