Projects which received funding must be started on January 1 or July 1 of the year following the date of the decision. If this is not feasible, the Foundation must be informed in writing and a new projected starting date will be assigned.
Financial reporting is to be done in conjunction with the requisitioning of funds. Furthermore, in connection with the final requisitioning, a financial summary of the entire grant must be appended. The Foundation reserves the right to review the project with the purpose of controlling that the funds have been used to the approved purpose.
In accordance with the conditions in the award letter and with no special notice given, a scientific report must be submitted to the Foundation along with, where appropriate, a list of scientific publications that mention the support provided by the Foundation.
A scientific and financial completion report must be submitted to the Foundation no later than six months after the completion of the project. The Foundation’s templates for scientific reporting and financial reporting must be used.
All reports are to be submitted via e-mail to email@example.com.
The reporting requirement also applies to equipment projects and must contain information about the placement and level of utilization of the equipment as well as the names of the investigators who are its principal users.
Scientific publications where access to the equipment has played a central role in the execution of the research project must be listed. If equipment is moved, the Foundation must be informed.