Public knowledge organisations receive less money
Public knowledge organisations
This factsheet provides information on financial trends at public knowledge organisations (also known as public research organisations).
Work Programme 2017-2018
The Rathenau Institute investigates trends in science and technology, interprets their implications for society and policymaking, and encourages public debate and informed decision-making.
Summary of Total Investment in Research and Innovation (TWIN) 2015-2021
Key figures on the government budgets for research and innovation 2015-2021, based on the government budgets 2017.
The Netherlands in top 10 of 5 important rankings
The Netherlands features in the top ten in five important rankings on science, education and innovation. In its Rankings Factsheet the Institute examines the different types of rankings, as well as their uses and limitations.
In this factsheet, we look at the various types of rankings and discuss their limitations and uses.
The Netherlands spend relatively little on the natural sciences and engineering
In the Netherlands, 38.8% of its total expenditure is going to the natural sciences and engineering. Internationally the Netherlands is on the low end of the spectrum. That is the conclusion of the factsheet R&D expenditure and capacity by field of science, which was published today.
Annual Report 2015: an outline of the activities of the Rathenau Instituut
The Annual Report 2015 outlines the Rathenau Institute's activities in the past year.
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- Knowledge for policy
- Futureproof knowledge
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