Science Management and Administration
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During the last two decades there were deep changes in national policies for science, mainly triggered by the European integration. A considerable growth in the number of research centres, researchers, and facilities has occurred, leading to a remarkable increase in the scientific production.
At the same time, however, scientific systems in the European framework and globalised world have become more and more complex, with a multiplicity of available opportunities for research funding, transnational cooperation, networking, and mobility, but open under a strongly competitive environment. To deal with this new reality, science has to be managed in a professional manner, so that existing resources are effectively used, opportunities are not lost, and high quality applications will fit the requirements of the funding agencies.
At ITQB, a structure was set up to support researchers along the whole process of research funding, from finding opportunities and providing help in the application process, to managing projects.
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