The backbone of the Dutch genomics community is formed by the 16 NGI Genomics Centres – this is where the work is done.
NGI has recently awarded four Booster Grants for public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the Life Sciences.
The Horizon programme was set up as a breeding ground for talented researchers active in genomics and/or bioinformatics.
NGI participates in a number of international partnerships and takes a leading role in several of them.
LifeSciences@work brings start-up support activities, former- and future participants and experts community together.
This publication provides a new and expanded overview of start-ups in Dutch life sciences.
The annual €1 million Valorisation Award for the Genomics Centre that has performed best according to the annual theme.
www.allesoverDNA.nl website answers a range of questions concerning DNA: What is DNA? What are genes? What is DNA sequencing? It is a source of information on research into DNA, heredity and genes of people, animals, plants and microorganisms.
The DNA Labs on the Road establish a bridge between education and the latest scientific insights. In the six labs, pupils carry out practical experiments using advanced technologies that are not available at schools.
Can we apply genomics to address a tangible problem in developing countries? That is the starting point of the Imagine... project, a Kluyver Centre initiative.
The backbone of the Dutch genomics community is formed by the 16 NGI Genomics Centres – this is where the work is done. The Genomics Centres are consortia of universities, research institutes, industry and societal organisations.
Cancer Genomics Centre Celiac Disease Consortium Centre for BioSystems Genomics Centre for Medical Systems Biology CSG Centre for Society and the Life Sciences Ecogenomics Consortium Forensic Genomics Consortium Netherlands Kluyver Centre for Genomics of Industrial Fermentation Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre Netherlands Consortium for Healthy Ageing Netherlands Consortium for Systems Biology Netherlands Metabolomics Centre Netherlands Nutrigenomics Centre Netherlands Proteomics Centre Netherlands Toxicogenomics Centre VIRGO Consortium
NGI is a proponent of an incubator model in which new public-private partnerships are created, financially stimulated during a certain period and then successfully embedded. NGI has recently awarded four Booster Grants for public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the Life Sciences.
Consortium for Improving Plant Yield (CIPY) Medical Epigenetics Consortium (MEC) Centre for Genome Diagnostics (CGD) Platform Green Synthetic Biology
The Horizon programme
This programme was set up as a breeding ground for talented researchers active in genomics and/or bioinformatics.
Visiting Scientist Stipend programme Potato Genome Sequencing Consortium Canadian-Dutch collaboration on Brassica research ERA-Net Plant Genomics Inno-Net ValorSino-Dutch Centre for Preventive and Personalised Medicine ERA-Net for Systems Biology
NGI has developed a range of activities that span early stage scouting activities to financial support for start-up companies.
NGI Valorisation Award Venture Challenge Life Sciences Pre-Seed Grant LifeSciences@work