- iNEXT offers trans-national access to research infrastructure (click here to see our equipment) through different access themes and modalities through a peer-reviewed process.
– The review process is coordinated by the iNEXT Executive Review Panel (ERP).
– The reviewing is done by external reviewers.
iNEXT Access Themes
iNEXT Access Modalities
- Submission of iNEXT proposals requires all researchers to have an “iNEXT identity” obtained via Instruct’s ARIA. General help with ARIA can be found here.
– By clicking the green ‘Submit Proposal’ button in the top menu you will be forwarded to the proposal submission system.
– By clicking the ‘User Dashboard’ button in the top menu you will be forwarded to your proposals.
- Data resulting from iNEXT must be published (Open Access), with the exception of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME).
- iNEXT funding must be clearly acknowledged:
“This work has been supported by iNEXT, grant number 653706, funded by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Commission”.
- Relevant research data must be made available within one year after publication of the research results, or within five years after the visit, whichever comes first, unless otherwise agreed.
PLEASE ALSO NOTE:
- There may be a waiting list for certain popular modalities!
- For several modalities (EM, NMR, macromolecular interactions, MX ligand/fragment screening and MX/SAXS Enhanced Support) it is obligatory that users contact their Facility of interest before submitting the proposal!
- We recommend that potentially patentable results are not included in proposals until after a patent application has been filed.
- An independent and self-organizing User Panel of well-known structural biologists was formed to provide feedback to iNEXT. The Chair of this User Panel is also user representative in the iNEXT Management Committee. Importantly, the User Panel can be contacted for all user issues!