- The NARCIS science/scholarship portal www.narcis.nl has been renewed and improved.24-03-2010
- NARCIS is a portal operated by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW). It provides access to information about scientists and scholars, the institutions where they work, and their publications.
- Evaluation of CO-REACH: enhancing effective collaboration between Europe and China18-11-2009
- One of the most important outcomes of CO-REACH is a series of recommendations for the development of non-European country ERA-NETs in the future, concluded River Path Associates in their External Evaluation Report.
- Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences names ten new Young Academy members17-11-2009
- Ten new members will soon join the Young Academy. They are researchers working in a variety of disciplines who have been selected for their scientific achievements and received their doctorates less than ten years ago.
- Research has started into the alternative use of agricultural crops13-11-2009
- Together with their Indonesian partners, the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) and the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) have completed the selection procedure of the new 'Agriculture beyond Food' research programme.
- First KNAW Merian Prize awarded to psychologist Naomi Ellemers03-11-2009
- (Joint press release by Royal Academy and SNS REAAL Fund) The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) has awarded the first KNAW Merian Prize for women in science to Prof. Naomi Ellemers.
- European consortium to measure impact of research on society11-05-2009
- Measuring the scientific quality of research is common practice, but the question how to measure the impact of research on society is still largely unanswered. The reverse question is no less relevant: how does society impact science?
- The KNAW has awarded four leading scientists Academy professorships14-04-2009
- The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) has awarded four leading scientists Bert Brunekreef, Rienk van Grondelle, Paul Hooykaas and Daan Kromhout Academy professorships.
- Dijkgraaf and Lu elected as co-chairs IAC23-03-2009
- The governing board of the InterAcademy Council (IAC) has elected Robbert Dijkgraaf, president of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, and Lu Yongxiang, president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences as its co-chairs for the next four years.
- China and the Netherlands to join forces in water management research11-03-2009
- (NWO and KNAW joint press release) The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) and the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) have reached agreement with their Chinese partner organisations on the theme of the new Joint Scientific Thematic Research Programme (JSTP).
- Distinguised Lorentz Fellowship05-03-2009
- The Distinguished Lorentz Fellowship 2009 will be awarded to one of the most eminent Dutch Scholars in Computer Science, on 11 March 2009. Professor Jan van Leeuwen of Utrecht University is celebrated for his achievements in the development of informatics and the philosophy of informatics.
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