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.


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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Mathematics Centre Maastricht

For more than 25 years now, a group of researchers at Maastricht University’s Faculty of Science and Engineering have dedicated themselves to science communication about mathematics.

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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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Fascination, new insights, and knowledge about marine ecosystems

What does the fascinating underwater world look like?

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A comic and a teaching programme

What is science, and what do scientists actually do?

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What are the factors that influence a healthy indoor environment?

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One Health PACT

How can we prevent the next pandemic?

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Information Management for Crisis and Disaster Management

When a crisis occurs, information plays a crucial role.

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Keep your mouth fresh and healthy!

A healthy mouth for everyone! With that in mind, the Prevention and Therapy of Paradontal Disorders research group translate their research into everyday oral care.

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Physical health for children with cerebral palsy

How can you help children and young people with cerebral palsy to grow up in the best possible way?

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Science at the nanometre level – how does that work?

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P3: Podium for PhD Students and Postdocs

Embedding science in society through science communication – for this group of Utrecht researchers, that is an essential part of their work.

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