20th DUTCH POLYMER DAYS | 16 & 17 March 2020
The Dutch Research Council (NWO) ensures quality and innovation in science and facilitates its impact on society. Its main task is to fund scientific research at public research institutions in the Netherlands, especially universities. NWO focuses on all scientific disciplines and fields of research. The funds are allocated by means of a national competition on the basis of quality and independent assessment and selection procedures. NWO plays several roles as a broad, national research organisation that actively contributes to various elements of national science and innovation policy.
NWO's mission is to advance world-class scientiﬁc research that has scientiﬁc and societal impact. NWO approaches that from its vision of being a connector and is guided by its core values: groundbreaking, committed, reliable, and connecting.
Founded in 1903, the KNCV is the professional association of chemists, life scientists and process technologists in the Netherlands.
The KNCV is the largest chemical professional association in the Netherlands. Our member base consists of people with a shared passion for molecules and includes chemists, life scientists, process technologists and (bio-)molecular scientists. Our 8,500 members, who work hard to bring the variety and richness of the molecular field to life, operate in business, education and government or study at universities or institutions of higher education in Netherlands. For more information: www.kncv.nl
The 4TU Research Centre High-Tech Materials has a Management Team with members from the four Dutch technical universities, and a Bureau which is managed by a Scientific Director and a Secretary.
The four universities of technology in the Netherlands are jointly committed to strengthening and pooling technical knowledge. For more information: www.4tu.nl