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Newsletter, 17.01.2018
As of 2020: 100% Open Access to SNSF-funded research
Based on a decision by the National Research Council, all publications produced in SNSF-funded projects are to be freely available in digital format as of 2020.
Flexibility Grant: The SNSF expands its support for researchers with families
Simpler, more generously funded and open to more researchers: Flexibility Grants replace 120% Support Grants as of 1 January 2018.
More transparency: members of evaluation bodies now public
As of now, the SNSF will be listing the names of active members of its permanent evaluation bodies on its website.
Interdisciplinary research: 19 new Sinergia projects approved
The SNSF will fund 19 new Sinergia projects with a total amount of 42.4 million Swiss francs.
Digital Lives - The effects of digital transformation
Digitalisation is one of the most important drivers of innovation in the 21st century, and it will foreseeably have a lasting effect on all areas of our lives. It will radically change our society, politics and economy, and also the sciences.
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