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Grantings in National Growth Fund round 2
COAST congratulates initiatives Circular Plastics (Duurzame MaterialenNL) and Zelfdenkende moleculaire systemen granted in National Growth Fund.
Vacancy Chemisch Analist - Teijin Aramid
A vacancy for Chemisch Analist by Teijin Aramid can be found following this link to careers Teijin Aramid. When you are interested in this function please make sure your CV and short motivation is...
We can guide you through the analytical landscape in The Netherlands
The COAST R&D program’s overall objective is to advance research, development and innovation in analytical science for the benefit of its application areas, societal challenges and science as a whole.
COAST sets out to boost Analytical Science in the Netherlands by increasing the number of professionals in this field at all levels from (professional) BSc to PhD and beyond.
The principle of doing things together is of importance at COAST. This is achieved through partnerships of organizations that have a strong interest in the innovation and application of analytical technologies.
About our mission
Analytical science plays a crucial role in economic and societal dynamics in the Netherlands. Positioned between fundamental sciences and final application, analytical science is at the heart of innovation. By uniting technology and application under a shared focus, innovation in analytical science will greatly benefit the topsectors and the societal challenges or mission themes as defined by the Dutch government.
- Enables system understanding through measurement of a variety of factors
- Generates insight in structure-property relationships for materials and biological entities
- Facilitates real-time in-situ measurement
The COAST community invests in innovation and education of analytical science. Participation in COAST allows you to leverage your analytical capabilities, both technologically and in terms of human capital.
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In the spotlights
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In the Spotlight: On Peter Schoenmakers’ career – too short a resume
On 28 June 2022, professor Peter Schoenmakers was named Knight of the Order of the Netherlands Lion.
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