The hardest problems of pure and applied science can only be solved by the open collaboration of the world-wide scientific community.”—Kenneth G. Wilson
Something we often hear from our former grantees is that their first grant to work in a lab in a foreign country helped them expand their network, leading to many more opportunities that helped their career. Collaboration and exchanging knowledge are key outcomes from investing in science. This is why we focus on connecting people, both through publishing scientific articles and funding events and joining and initiating networks.
On these pages you will find more information on these networks – and how you can join in.