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Opportunity profile: Nutrition research charity’s last servings

Grants from the Nutricia Research Foundation have fed the early careers of many nutrition researchers over the years. But the 2017 call may be one of the last, Jacques Bindels, head of the foundation's scientific secretariat, tells Lindsay McKenzie.

The Nutricia Research Foundation’s research grants for research on anything related to human nutrition, including animal and cell studies, cover projects of up to two years’ duration and pay up to €25,000 (£22,300) a year.

The maximum grant is unlikely to to cover the full cost of research projects in developed countries, and the foundation accepts that most applicants will use the grants as supplementary or bolt-on funding for larger projects.

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