In many cases, the COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on current research contracts with cooperation partners and grant providers. In legal terminology, a pandemic such as the COVID-19 pandemic can be described as force majeure. Contractual obligations in such a situation are regulated by law in the Netherlands. Most contracts also have an article about force majeure. For more information, consult the documents below or visit the relevant section on your university’s website.
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Raoul Frese – assistant professor at the Faculty of Science, Biophysics Photosynthesis/Energy at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam – has received the last Physics2Market subsidy to further develop material to substitute mineral wool in greenhouses. Greenhouse horticulture is a highly controlled way to grow crops and flowers in a semi-artificial environment. This main industry in the Netherlands […]News
Halleh Ghorashi, Jeroen Kluck en Hergen Spits winnaars Impact Award 2021!News