The Polar Research Programme is the Research Council’s most important funding instrument for achieving wide-ranging, high-quality Norwegian polar research.
Norway has maintained its ranking as the world’s fifth-largest polar research nation in terms of publication volume. In the Arctic, Norway is on the third place, only out-numbered by US and Canadian papers.
Polar research nations Norway and Japan have much to gain from working more closely together. Increased cooperation will be in focus when Japan-Norway Arctic Science and Innovation Week kicks off in Tokyo at the beginning of June.
EU-PolarNet has now opened an online public consultation for input on the proposed objectives for European polar research.
The Research Council of Norway
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Visiting address: Drammensveien 288, 0283 Oslo
Telephone: +47 22 03 70 00
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