2014-01-13 The top-ranked scientific journals are rejecting the majority of the articles they receive. At Nature, for example, 80 percent of the publications get slammed. Dan Csontos, previously editor at Nature and Nature Physics, has the tricks to get past the editorial eye of the needle. At a workshop organized by the SSF he shared some of them.
2013-11-11 SSF provides 20 young scientists SEK 10 million each in the fifth round of Future Research Leaders. The grants provide successful, young scientists the opportunity to build up an independent research activity at a Swedish university.
2013-10-08 Filipe Maia will create three-dimensional pictures of biological samples, such as viruses, using X-ray free-electron lasers. He is one of 12 researchers that are coming back to Sweden after postdoc-studies abroad. Now he will establish his own independent research group at Uppsala University.
2013-08-19 The foundation has a new Governing Board since July 1, 2013. The following members are appointed.
2013-06-25 The Foundation has decided to fund nine projects in the field of infection biology with a total of SEK 225 million.
The projects will result in new knowledge that may be used in finding cures for malaria or cholera or in the development of new antibiotics, diagnostic tests or vaccines.
SSF and the National Research Foundation of the Republic of Korea (NRF) launch a joint programme.
It is now time for the sixth call for Ingvar Carlsson Award, a programme for postdocs returning to Sweden from abroad.
Grant for Strategic Mobility 2014 is now open. The aim is to promote personal mobility between the academia and industry.
Read: Future Research Leaders
See films about the Future Research Leaders on YouTube.
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