Projects of Rewarded!

The research groups listed below have received an award from the pilot fund Science communication by scientists: Rewarded! You will find initiatives by 91 groups of scientists who have structurally invested time and effort in science communication for the past recent years. Browse through the examples to see what kind of SciComm-projects scientists around The Netherlands are organizing and get inspired.

Amsterdam

StukRoodVlees

Finding your way around current social and political issues is sometimes pretty difficult.

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Enschede

Electrical faults, 5G, and electromagnetic fields

Some people are worried about electromagnetic fields.

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Enschede

Creating scope for global sustainable development: a roadmap

How can knowledge of the planet help achieve the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?

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Rotterdam

Marketing Management

Everyone is a consumer – that’s an an important fact in marketing research.

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Rotterdam

Erasmus Institute of Public Knowlegde

The science communication activities of the Erasmus Institute of Public Knowledge (EIPK) are unique in their kind.

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Nijmegen

ParkinsonTV

How do you make information about Parkinson’s disease easily available?

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Groningen

Religion, conflict, and globalisation

What is the role of religion and preconceptions about it in conflict situations and global trends?

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Maastricht

Oncology, neurology, cancer biomarkers

Did you know that your digestive system is nowadays sometimes referred to as your “second brain”?

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Utrecht

Debunking myths

“There are islands of plastic floating around in the ocean.” That’s just one of the myths that need to be debunked.

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Nijmegen

Videogames and digital tools

How can you use video games and digital tools to promote mental resilience in children and young adults?

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Rotterdam

Sustainable Finance

In 2016, the research group at the Department of Finance developed the free, publicly accessible MOOC on Sustainable Finance.

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Rotterdam

Social-cultural issues in arts, culture and sports

How do ethnic-racial inequalities and consumption of culture, media, and sport relate to one another?

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