Academic teams from various faculties at the University of Groningen have been allocated funding from the ‘Science communication by scientists: Appreciated!’ pilot fund. Set up by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and managed by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), this pilot fund is a step in the right direction of encouraging and rewarding the large group of academics who make structural efforts to improve science communication. Every team will receive €10,000 to further their efforts.
The following UG teams have been allocated funding:
To learn more about the fund and the funding that is allocated, go to the KNAW website.
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