Corporate identity

This page contains the most important elements of CSG's corporate identity. If you have any questions on the use of these elements, please contact Hub Zwart.

Name

CSG's full name is: CSG Centre for Society and the Life Sciences. When using the name in written text, please pay attention to the following:

  • The name is used without an article (not 'the CSG Centre for...')
  • The acronym 'CSG' is part of the full name and is therefore not parenthesized.

In written text, when the full name has been used at least once, one can simply refer to CSG, also without article. 

Logo

There is a low-resolution version of CSG's logo and a high-resolution version. The low-resolution logo is suitable for use on websites. The high-resolution logo should be used in printed publications. 

Powerpoint

There is a template for presentations in Microsoft Powerpoint reflecting CSG's corporate identity. It contains a title slide and a content slide. 

Mention in publications

It is mandatory to mention both CSG Centre for Society and the Life Sciences and the Netherlands Genomics Initiative in published academic papers resulting from a CSG project.  This is demanded in relation to the requirements of the subsidy from NGI to CSG. Please use one of the following fragments:

  • When the research is partly or completely funded by CSG:
    The author is based at [name your university or institute]. This article is the result of a research project of CSG Centre for Society and the Life Sciences in The Netherlands, funded by the Netherlands Genomics Initiative. 
  • When the research is not funded by CSG (i.e. it is not a CSG project), yet it is affiliated with CSG's research programme:
    The author is based at [name your university or institute]. This article is based on research of CSG Centre for Society and the Life Sciences, an initiative of the Netherlands Genomics Initiative.

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