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    EGI is a federated e-Infrastructure set up to provide advanced computing services for research and innovation. The EGI e-infrastructure is publicly-funded and comprises over 300 data centres and cloud providers spread across Europe and worldwide. Its vision is that researchers from all disciplines have easy, integrated and open access to the advanced scientific computing capabilities, resources and expertise needed to collaborate and to carry out data/compute intensive science and innovation.

    Amsterdam, Netherlands
    • Engineering, Technology and Research

    The Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority is an independent agency in the Ministry of Economic Affairs and a delivery agency for the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport.

    The three main tasks of the Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority are: supervision, risk assessment and risk communication. Other important activities are incident and crisis management and policy advice for the Minister of Economic Affairs. A significant part of its work involves liaising with other ministries. Maintaining international contacts is also of vital importance.

    Utrecht, Netherlands
    • Food safety and Human nutrition

    The University of Groningen is a research university with a global outlook, deeply rooted in Groningen, City of Talent. Quality has had top priority for four hundred years, and with success: the University is currently in or around the top 100 on several influential ranking lists.

    Groningen, Netherlands
    • Agri-food Education and Extension

    The University of Amsterdam (UvA) is a leading international research institution that values, promotes and rewards excellent research. The UvA enables researchers to perform groundbreaking research and combines a broad research palette with quality by investing selectively in research priority areas.

    Amsterdam, Netherlands
    • Agri-food Education and Extension

    Wageningen University & Research is a collaboration between Wageningen University and the Wageningen Research foundation. 

    ‘To explore the potential of nature to improve the quality of life’. That is the mission of Wageningen University & Research. Over 6,500 employees and 12.000 students from more than hunderd countries work everywhere around the world in the domain of healthy food and living environment for governments and the business community-at-large.

    Wageningen, Netherlands
    • Agriculture - General

    KNMI advises on and warns society to reduce risks in the field of weather, climate and seismology and to limit damage and injuries. With high-quality knowledge and technology plus an extensive observation network, KNMI offers products and services that contribute to the safety, accessibility, sustainability and prosperity of the Netherlands.

    As a scientific institute KNMI participates in the international research community and contributes, for example, to the process and reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). 

    De Bilt, Netherlands
    • Natural Resources and Environment

    eLEAF works on projects that matter. Our data and applications support clients worldwide to use water sustainably, increase food production and protect environmental systems. We pioneer in operational satellite based solutions, and continuously improve our algorithms to make sure we keep offering cutting-edge and relevant products. We partner with organisations at the forefront of innovation in food security and water productivity. This keeps us sharp and allows us to develop structural solutions for challenges as they arise.

    Wageningen, Netherlands
    • Engineering, Technology and Research

    The Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre – as an NGI Technology Centre – is in a transition phase. The research, support and education activities in the NBIC programmes BioRange, BioAssist and BioWise end or move at the end of this year (2013).

    The bioinformatics research projects funded by NGI will end this year, which will lead to the finalisation of the BioRange programme December 31st, 2013. The programme has led to an impressive list of scientific publications, theses, tools and most of all: a new generation of well-trained bioinformaticians.

    Nijmegen, Netherlands
    • Engineering, Technology and Research