The Public-Private Partnerships 2023-02 research funding call from the Dutch Cancer Society (KWF) supports collaborations between public and private organizations to accelerate innovation and patient impact. This program is looking for innovative, translational, and multidisciplinary
research focused on oncology in which knowledge institutes and private partners are collaborating. Applications are open to researchers employed at a Dutch knowledge institute. There needs to be a genuine collaboration with at least one private for-profit partner contributing to the project. The project will be realized at joint cost and risk and all consortium partners will make a substantial contribution to the project, not only in cash or but also in kind. In other words, the project should be a true collaborative effort. The percentage of the project costs which can be financed from the PPP allowance depends on the type of research performed as follows:
- Fundamental research up to 75%
- Industrial research up to 50%
- Experimental development up to 25%
Maximum project duration is 3 years.
Applications close on September 5, 2023.
September 5, 2023