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Access Call 2 deadline: NOW CLOSED

2014/11/05

The SYNTHESYS Access Call 2 deadline closed on 16th October 2014. Thank you to everyone who applied. We are currently processing the applications and plan to announce the decisions by the end of December 2014.

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Senckenberg Natural History Museum and State Natural History Museum Stuttgart join SYNTHESYS3

2014/09/22

SYNTHESYS is pleased to announce Senckenberg Natural History Museum and State Natural History Museum Stuttgart have joined SYNTHESYS3 as part of DE-TAF Access providers.  Access Call 2 is now open for applications.  The deadline is  17:00 UK time Thursday 16th October, 2014. Find out more about the Access programme at www.synthesys...

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Access Call 2 is now open

2014/08/01

SYNTHESYS is pleased to announce Access Call 2 is now open for applications.  The deadline is  17:00 UK time Thursday 16th October, 2014.  Find out more about the Access programme at www.synthesys.info/access/

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Collections Self-Assessment Tool back online

2013/12/18

The SYNTHESYS Collections Self-Assessment Tool (CSAT) is back online and available now.  

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Access Call 1 Deadline: NOW CLOSED

2013/10/18

The SYNTHESYS Access Call 1 deadline closed on 17th October, 2013.  Thank you to everyone who applied.  We are currently processing the applications and plan to announce the decisions in mid-December, 2013.

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SYNTHESYS receives further EC funding

2013/01/01

We are pleased to confirm that SYNTHESYS has received further EC funding and the next phase of the project, ‘SYNTHESYS3’, will begin on 1st September 2013 for four years. In addition to new Network and Joint Research Activities, we will again be offering Access funding on an annual basis. 

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SYNTHESYS nominated for Collections Trust award

2011/07/31

June: SYNTHESYS was nominated for the Collections Trust Collections Practice Award. The award celebrates projects which demonstrate the application of innovative practice to improve the sustainability and use of collections in arts & cultural organisations.

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