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Future For-Women-In-Science Fellows Open Amsterdam Stock Exchange
Two women scientists have rung the opening bell of the Amsterdam Stock Exchange this morning. Doris van Halem and Femke Nijboer have won the Dutch l'Oréal-UNESCO For-Women-in-Science Fellowships 2016/17. This co-sponsored fellowship programme stimulates the scientific careers of talented young women Life Scientists with the aim of increasing the number of women professors in Netherlands in the long run.See more
Secrets of 17th-century Postal Archive Finally to be Revealed
2,600 letters have been recovered in a postmaster's trunk, containing extensive historical and cultural evidence from 17th-century Europe. 600 of them are still sealed shut, and will be read for the first time using the latest advances in x-ray technology. NIAS Fellow Nadine Akkerman is part of the international research team that will reveal the archive's secrets.
Arne Hendriks selected as artist-in-residence
In February, Arne Hendriks will join the NIAS community as artist-in-residence, exploring the implications of downsizing the human species to better fit the earth.
"Congo - A History"
David van Reybrouck, the writer-in-residence in 2008, traversed the “intergalactic mental distance between Wassenaar and the Democratic Republic of Congo” while writing parts of his highly acclaimed literary non-fiction book “Congo, a History”.
"NIAS provides the opportunity to think two or three levels deeper than is possible in a hectic university environment"
Professor Eveline Crone, Fellow 2014/15
NIAS Research Theme Groups
15 April 2015 - temporarily closed
10 May 2015 - temporarily closed
5 June 2015 - temporarily closed
NIAS Fellowships for Dutch scholars
15 August 2015 - temporarily closed
Calls for 2017/18 will be announced in January 2016.
Please note: NIAS is expected to move from Wassenaar to the centre of Amsterdam, in the summer of 2016.
NIAS offers residential fellowships of three, five or ten months to individuals and groups of researchers. It provides a place to think, study and write, and the opportunity to interact with colleagues from around the world.
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