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Great news! National Roadmap: 138 million euros for ten top research facilities

12 April 2018

Today the NWO executive board has awarded funding to ten proposals in the National Roadmap for Large-Scale Scientific Infrastructure.

One of the granted proposals has (partly) been awarded to Centre for Isotope Research - CIO (ESRIG). The Ruisdael Observatory for atmospheric science is rewarded a total of over 18 million EUR, of which 2.5 million for the Centre of Isotope Research - CIO. All for the benefit of atmospheric (greenhouse gases and aerosol) infrastructure and technical support.

More information can be found on the NWO website.

Last modified:12 April 2018 4.53 p.m.

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