The Norwegian Programme for Research Cooperation with India (INDNOR) has been established to promote collaboration on research and research funding between India and Norway.
The EqUIP symposium on ‘Power Structures, Conflict Resolution and Social Justice’, took place at The Gateway Resort in Sohna, Haryana, India, on 13-14 October 2016.
The recent Inno-Indigo call with deadline August 30th received 9 applications.
Students from India, Bangladesh, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Cameron, Russia and Norway are spending this week learning how to predict the oceans through Operational Oceanography at the Indo-Norwegian Winter School in Hyderabad.
On Sept 6-7 Indian and Norwegian researchers and companies met to discuss common interests and topics for future research cooperation.
Joint calls for proposals under H2020 is now available with closing dates rapidly approaching
Researchers from Indian and Norwegian ICT research institutions have met to establish a high impact collaborative research initiative
The Research Council is launching a call for innovation projects and formative dialogue research aiming to help combat poverty. Here are the presentations from the meeting on June 21st.
Through the new funding mechanism Visjon2030 there will be a call for innovation projects in education and health aiming to help combat poverty, and a call on formative dialogue reseach to follow the innovation projects from start to end. Welcome to an information meeting 21 June.