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Research and Education Alleviate Economic Crises
In a project financed by the FWF, a research group from Klagenfurt examined what budgetary policy measures a small eurozone country might take to cushion the consequences of a crisis. Slovenia served as an example.
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No matter whether it be city, state, science center, school or on social media – the FWF supports researchers who seek out innovative new ways of communicating about science to the tune of up to €50,000. Researchers from all disciplines have until 12 September 2019 to submit proposals for projects that successfully communicate science and research to the Science Communication Programme (WissKomm).
Outstanding Projects in Basic and Cutting-edge Research: 74th Meeting of the FWF Board Approves Approximately €38 Million
Approximately €10 million Euro for 2 Wittgenstein and 6 START Award recipients
Those who have visions don’t need to see a doctor, but rather the FWF. Starting in October, the 1,000 Ideas Programme of the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) helps researchers to turn their unconventional, bold and visionary research ideas into reality.
“Central European Science Partnership” on Track – New Funding Opportunities for Researchers in Central Europe
The FWF is stepping up its cooperation with its partner organisations in Poland (NCN), Slovenia (ARRS) and the Czech Republic (GA ČR). During the START/Wittgenstein Awards ceremony, the presidents of the four funding agencies took the next step and signed an agreement on expanding the project funding opportunities for researchers from the four countries.
The Austrian Science Fund FWF awards distinctions to a total of eight top researchers for outstanding research achievements.