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FRIPRO is an open, national competitive arena that covers all fields of research. Scientific quality is a criterion critical for funding. FRIPRO should contribute to strengthen Norway's national knowledge base to meet future challenges within industry and the society in general.

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  • NOK 1 billion to top-notch researchers

    The Research Council of Norway and Norway’s research institutions are providing a total of NOK 1 billion to 46 FRIPRO Toppforsk projects. Each project will receive NOK 15–25 million over a four-to-five-year period.

  • NOK 2 billion for new independent projects under the FRIPRO scheme

    The Research Council of Norway will allocate a total of NOK 1.96 billion for projects under the funding scheme for independent projects (FRIPRO) with start-up in 2016. NOK 960 million is being allocated now, with another NOK 1 billion to be allocated for Toppforsk top-level projects at the end of January.

  • FRIPRO allocations: NOK 422 million to 60 projects in medicine, health sciences and biology

    The results for Researcher projects, Young Research Talents, FRIPRO mobility grants and Support for events are now ready. The Granting Committee for Medicine, Health Sciences and Biology (FRIMEDBIO) has awarded NOK 422 million to 60 projects with start-up in 2016. The final results for FRIPRO Toppforsk will be available at the end of January.

  • FRIPRO allocations: NOK 253 million to 35 projects in mathematics, physical sciences and technology

    The results for Researcher projects, Young Research Talents, FRIPRO mobility grants and Support for events are now ready. The Granting Committee for Mathematics, Physical Sciences and Technology (FRINATEK) has awarded NOK 253 million to 35 projects with start-up in 2016. The final results for FRIPRO Toppforsk will be available at the end of January.

  • FRIPRO allocations: NOK 279 million to 37 projects in humanities and social sciences

    The results for Researcher projects, Young Research Talents, FRIPRO mobility grants and Support for events are now ready. The Granting Committee for Humanities and Social Sciences (FRIHUMSAM) has awarded NOK 279 million to 37 projects with start-up in 2016. The final results for FRIPRO Toppforsk will be available at the end of January.

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