The Norwegian Programme for Research Cooperation with India (INDNOR) has been established to promote collaboration on research and research funding between India and Norway.
Of the eight projects five are answering the call on The Climate system in polar areas and three are connected to Earthquakes. Contract negotiations with the involved institutions will happen in October.
This week, on September 14-17, The Research Council of Norway is hosting a joint learning workshop of the Indo-European platform for collaboration on social science and humanities (EqUIP)
On 15-16 October 2015 the sixth edition of the EU-India STI cooperation days will be held in Rome, Italy.
India’s new ambassador to Norway recently visited the Research Council of Norway to discuss the steadily expanding research collaboration between the two countries. Areas of potential cooperation include polar and health research, agriculture/the bioeconomy and energy.
The INNO INDIGO Partnership Programme is glad to pre announce its 2015 EU-India Joint Call for proposals on “Diagnostics and interventions in chronic non-communicable diseases”.