The Research Council has established a new programme to facilitate Indian-Norwegian Cooperation. The INDNOR-programme will be realised through thematic research programmes. At start-up there is a generic call (INDNOR) and a joint call with the dep. of Science and Technology in India (JOINTINDNOR).
Water is a vulnerable resource coming under increasing pressure in many parts of the world. The Research Council of Norway is providing funding to a number of research projects seeking to solve challenges related to the supply and quality of water.
Research and innovation are high on the agenda as plans are being laid for future cooperation between Norway and India. His Majesty King Harald of Norway and His Excellency President Pranab Mukherjee of India were among the participants at a seminar on research and innovation in Oslo on 14 October 2014.
India and Norway have launched a joint call for bilateral Indo-Norwegian research projects, aiming to achieve world-class scientific results.
INDIA-EU Workshop III on coastal zone management and impact on society. 06 - 09 October 2014 in Cochin, India.
More than one billion people live in areas without electricity. Solar energy can make daily life brighter for many. New research will contribute to better models for well-functioning small-scale solar energy installations.