As announced in mid-March adapted FWF funding guidelines and application guidelines take effect as of today, 1 April 2016. These guidelines can be found on the FWF website.
applicable to all grant proposals received by the FWF after April 1, 2016 in the programme categories listed below
OAPEN Foundation and an Austrian consortium have agreed to make OAPEN’s deposit service for OA books available to all Austria-based researchers.
The FWF invites eligible applicants to submit outline proposals (letter of interest) from 18. January onward.
Supported by the Nationalstiftung für Forschung, Technologie und Entwicklung the FWF launches a pilot programme for projects focusing on Open Research Data (ORD) and invites eligible applicants to submit outline proposals (letter of interest) from mid-January 2016 onward.
As announced in December 2014, the Austrian Science Fund FWF will mandate the use of an Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) as part of its grant application process.
To celebrate the international Open Access Week, the FWF informs about upcoming events.
By an agreement of the Austrian Academic Library Consortium KEMÖ and the Austrian Science Fund FWF with the academic publisher Springer, researchers from Austria have now the option of publishing their research open access in more than 1,600 journals without article processing charges. That is the second deal of this kind worldwide and accelerates the transformation to Open Access in academic publishing.
Austria's largest research prize awarded – Eight outstanding junior researchers inducted into the prestigious START Programme.
Science Europe welcomes the decision by the European Parliament’s Committees on Industry, Energy and Research (ITRE), Budget (BUDG) and Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) to protect the Horizon 2020 budget from a proposal to reallocate part of its funds for the EFSI plan.