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Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO)
www.nwo.nl

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English name: The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research
Address:
Laan van Nieuw Oost Indie 300
Postbus 93510
2509 AM Den Haag
Netherlands
 
Type: Scientific

Persons (5)  Top | Institutes | Projects 

Associated to an institute part (3)

Child institutes (2)  Top | Persons | Projects 
  • Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek; Aard- en Levenswetenschappen (NWO-NWO/ALW)
  • Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek; Nederlandse organisatie voor gezondheidsonderzoek en zorginnovatie (NWO-ZonMw)

Projects (21)  Top | Persons | Institutes 
  • BiodivERsA 2: Cooperation and shared strategies for biodiversity research programmes in Europe
  • BiodivERsA: An ERA-NET in Biodiversity Research
  • Biophysical feedbacks between seagrasses and hydrodynamics in relation to grazing, water quality and spatial heterogeneity: consequences for sediment stability and seston trapping
  • Carbon and Nitrogen cycling in the Westerschelde
  • CSA Oceans: CSA Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans, more
  • DIVPROD: Diversity - Productivity Relationships in Microphytobenthos
  • ELIXIR: European Life-Science Infrastructure for Biological Information
  • ERA-CAPS: ERA-NET for Coordinating Action in Plant Sciences
  • ERA-IB-2: ERA-Net for Industrial Biotechnology 2
  • ERA-IB: ERA-Net for Industrial Biotechnology
  • ERA-PG: European Research Area Plant Genomics
  • ERASynBio: Synthetic Biology - ERA-NET
  • Food, oxygen and bioturbation: an experimental study of meiofauna community structure
  • Hardwiring the ocean floor: the impact of microbial electrical circuitry on biogeochemical cycling in marine sediments
  • LifeWatch (preparatory phase)
  • Mahakam Seagrass systems under nutrient loads and grazing; Interactive effects and feedbacks
  • Mechanisms of salt marshes: tracing the origin of sludge by fingerprinting
  • MEG: Macrophytes in Estuarine Gradients
  • SEAS-ERA: Towards Integrated Marine Research Strategy and Programmes
  • The balance between heterotrophic and autotophic processes in the Scheldt estuary: consequences for the carbon and nitrogen cycles
  • Tidal freshwater marshes as processors and sinks of nitrogen in estuaries: a whole ecosystem 15N-labeling study

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