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The list below provides information about selected events arranged by the Research Council of Norway on its own or in collaboration with others. Information will be made available in English to the greatest degree possible, but please note that Norwegian texts may appear. A more comprehensive overview over coming events is found on the Norwegian-language webpages.

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  • The Focus on Business seminar 2015: From curiosity to success

    The Research Council’s Focus on Business seminar is the year's top venue for exchanges between representatives of the sector. This year's topic is “Driving forces behind research and innovation”.

    From: 21.04.2015
  • H 2020: Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowships 2015

    The Research Council of Norway arranges an information meeting on the MSCA Individual Fellowships (IF), an instrument for individual career development or for recruitment of high-quality researchers to your institution.

    From: 06.05.2015
  • The European IPR Helpdesk International IP training Event

    The European IPR Helpdesk in joint collaboration with the Research Council Norway - hereby kindly invites you to participate in an 2-day training and conference event addressing the challenging issue of “How to address and implement innovation activities within Horizon 2020”

    From: 12.05.2015
  • Japan-Norway Energy Science Week 2015

    Through the Japan-Norway Energy Science Week the two countries seek to explore new possibilities and solutions within environmental friendly energy.

    From: 27.05.2015
  • EnGendering Excellence

    Welcome to a high-level conference on why and how sex and gender analysis is fundamental for engendering excellence in many research fields.

    From: 04.06.2015
  • Norway Day in Brussels

    Welcome to a day dedicated to research and innovation at Norway House!

    From: 09.06.2015
  • The VAM Programme Conference 2015: Work for living

    This year’s conference for the Research Programme on Welfare, Working Life and Migration (VAM) examines the status of and outlook for working life and welfare, and what kinds of insight on developing trends research can provide.

    From: 21.10.2015