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PC-GWI recognizes DANS as a large-scale research facility
8 December 2020
The website onderzoeksfaciliteiten.nl provides an overview of all large-scale research facilities in the Netherlands, approved by the Permanent Committee on Large-Scale Scientific Infrastructures (PC-GWI), chaired by Prof. dr. ir. C.W. van Duijn. Recently, DANS was also added to the list.
As a result of the Wetenschapsvisie 2025, NWO has appointed the Permanent Committee for Large-Scale Scientific Infrastructure (PC-GWI) on behalf of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. The PC-GWI formulates a national strategy for investments in large-scale research infrastructures. To this end, the committee is mapping all large-scale research facilities available to Dutch researchers in the so-called Landscape Large-Scale Scientific Infrastructure (GWI). Only Large-Scale Scientific Infrastructures included in this Landscape GWI 2020 are eligible for inclusion in the new Roadmap 2021-2025.
DANS, and the other infrastructures, meet the definition of GWI:
facilities, resources and services that a research community uses to conduct research and promote innovation in their field;
with a policy of free access for researchers;
with a size of at least 10 million euros, in terms of the total capital investment and the operating costs over 5 years, excluding the costs for the accommodation of the facility.