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Young scientific and technical entrepreneurs are not alone in the Netherlands.
"It makes life a lot easier to put your decisions into perspective, in that they are less likely to keep you awake at night."
Young scientists ... may not be so immersed in their particular research field.
"All you need to do is be more flexible in your wishes and adapt to the possibilities."
The current Mosaic programme has put the issue of ethnic minorities at the top of the universities' agendas.
"The bureaucracy around the regulations to have someone come over has become more intensive, tougher, more complicated, and way too expensive."
"Two things are essential for a good scientist: the willingness to learn new things and the ability to talk to people outside your field."
"This is not a 'sitting-behind-your-desk job'."
"By the time you've got your funding sorted, prepared your visa request, and passed your English test, your acceptance is still not guaranteed."
"There's a time for creating products, and there's one for earning money."
So underneath the "commercial face" of the project, the heart of all partners is definitely in science and innovation.
"GeNeYouS has turned this YRP into more than just a workshop session."
"This is an overview of the existing European networks for young scientists. Feel free to add any missing link."
"Nowadays, Philips is looking more for people with a Ph.D. in a relevant field."
"It just has to look polished."
It is a successful formula for this target group.
Having science communication projects on your CV can be a major plus.
If you stay in the lab, you can only be as innovative as yourself.
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