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More than 2 640 researchers involved in 323 Nordic research projects 2009-2018

More than 2 640 researchers involved in 323 Nordic research projects 2009-2018

28.10.2019

During the past ten years, NordForsk has contributed with NOK 2124 million to Nordic reseach cooperation by funding 323 research projects, shows a new report. The largest percentage of funding has gone to research within Medical and Health Sciences and Natural and Social Sciences.

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Nordic seminar on the skills of tomorrow

Nordic seminar on the skills of tomorrow

03.10.2019

Representatives of two NordForsk-funded research projects participated recently in a major seminar in Copenhagen targeted towards future skills. The seminar provided input to the Nordic Council of Ministers on the challenges that leaders in Nordic education need to focus on to develop the competencies required in the Nordic countries of tomorrow.

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New call for proposals: EUR 7.4 million for research on Digitalisation of the Public Sector

New call for proposals: EUR 7.4 million for research on Digitalisation of the Public Sector

26.09.2019

NordForsk is now issuing a call for proposals for research and innovation projects on digitalisation of the public sector. The call has a budget of EUR 7,4 million and the deadline for submissions is 16 January 2020.

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Nordic countries put focus on personalised medicine

Nordic countries put focus on personalised medicine

12.09.2019

Personalised medicine, tailoring the right therapeutic strategy to the right person at the right time, is one of the areas where the Nordic countries can play an important role through cooperation. Now, The Joint Committee for the Nordic Medical Research Councils (NOS-M) presents conclusions, opportunities and recommendations in a newly published report.

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Nordic and Baltic young researchers make a stand for gender equality

Nordic and Baltic young researchers make a stand for gender equality

12.08.2019

NordForsk welcomes the recent statement on gender equality in academia made by the Young Academies of Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Estonia and Lithuania. The purpose of the joint statement is to identify initiatives and strategies that may improve gender equality in academia.

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