The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences

The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences was founded in 1808 as an advisory body to the Dutch Government. It aims to promote quality in science and strives to ensure that Dutch scholars and scientists contribute to cultural, social and economic progress. Only the microbiologists from this wider academy are listed below.


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Brunekreef, Bert
Cohen, H.
Corné, Pieterse
Dekker, Nynke
De Vos, Willem
Driessen, Arnold
Jetten, Mike
Kuipers, Oscar
Osterhaus, Ab
Pieterse, Corné
Ruitenberg, Joost
Stetter, Karl
Stouthamer, Ad
Van der Meer, Jos
Van der Oost, John
Vandenbroucke, J.
Zehnder, Sascha




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Embracing an Open Future

All but one of the FEMS journals are now fully open access (OA), with one journal, FEMS Microbiology Letters remaining a subscription journal with free-to-publish and OA options. Open access is key to supporting the FEMS mission of disseminating high quality research as widely as possible: when high quality, peer reviewed sound science is open access, anyone, anywhere in the world with an internet connection, can read it.

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