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Veni grant for Joris van der Voet
Dr Joris van der Voet has been awarded a Veni grant of € 250,000 for his research into the working of savings strategies on innovation with municipalities. Van der Voet (Institute of Public Administration) compares Dutch municipalities with those in Spain and the United Kingdom. He explains by answering
Veni grant for astronomer Hacar
Astronomer Alvaro Hacar received a Veni grant for his ORION-4D research on the birth of stars.
NWO Veni Grant for Bouncing Balls on Hot Plate
Physicist Scott Waitukaitis receives an NWO Veni grant to research the Leidenfrost effect for squishy materials. This effect is well-known for dancing water droplets in a frying pan.
Veni grants for 19 young Leiden researchers
Nineteen researchers who have recently been awarded their PhD are to receive a Veni grant of up to 250,000 euros. Science funding agency NWO has awarded a total of 158 Venis in this round; Leiden University's share of the awards is 12 percent.
Psychologist Davood Ghara Gozli received a Veni grant
Davood Ghara Gozli (Cognitive Psychology) has received a Veni grant. As such, he is officially recognised as a promising young scientist by science funding agency NWO and will receive financial support to further develop his ideas.
To target or protect? Militias and political order in African civil wars
Political scientist Corinna Jentzsch received an NWO Veni grant for her research on the conditions of collaboration between militias and state forces and its consequences for safety and political order.
Face-to-face politics: why small states matter
Political scientist Wouter Veenendaal received an NWO Veni grant for his research on the political stability of small states. 'I find small states fascinating, they are almost always excluded from comparative research, while in fact they often challenge existing theories in political science.'
‘Veni’-grants for Corinna Jentzsch and Wouter Veenendaal
Corinna Jentzsch and Wouter Veenendaal, two political scientists affiliated with Leiden University’s Institute of Political Science, have been awarded a NWO ‘Veni’-grant. This grant brings them official recognition as ‘young outstanding researchers’, as well as financial support for conducting independent