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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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  • National Science Week 2017

    National Science Week is soon to kick off once again, with 12 days of activities taking place all across Norway. During the Research Council’s annual event, you can meet and interact with scientists on public transportation, in a public square, on stage or at a café where researchers relate details about their work. Join researchers for dinner, help conduct experiments or take part in discussions. Or simply relax, listen to a debate and learn something new

    From: 20.09.2017
  • MSCA Innovative Training Networks (ITN) 2018

    Be aware of the success factors on how to win an ITN! Take part in the information meeting for the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions call for Innovative Training Networks (ITN) for 2018. The meeting will be streamed for the convenience of those with travel challenges.

    From: 25.09.2017
  • Creating successful connections between research and business

    Get insight and inspiration from stories of successful meetings between business and research. A dozen enthusiastic speakers will tell how they have combined research with a company's business plan to create new value. This event is part of a collaboration between Oslo Innovation Week and National Science Week.

    From: 28.09.2017
  • Project development – Level 1

    This course gives EU advisors basic information on how to put together a competitive EU project. The course addresses key elements of project development: What is an EU project? How does a consortium function? What are the steps to establishing an EU project? Why use projects as a tool for solving societal challenges?

    From: 18.10.2017
  • Support for writing proposals – Level 1

    This course offers practical advice to EU advisors on how to be a good internal resource for researchers at their own institutions as they are writing proposals. The course addresses topics such as how to download proposal templates, how to fill in the necessary administrative information about the project in the administrative forms (Part A), and how to register a project proposal in the Participant Portal and subsequently retrieve the evaluation results.

    From: 19.10.2017
  • Budgeting – Level 1

    This course provides an introduction to budgeting for EU projects. The aim is to give participants a general understanding of budgets and periodic reports. The course explains the different cost categories (direct/indirect costs, overheads, administrative assistance), and what can and cannot be included in the budget.

    From: 20.10.2017
  • Svalbard Science Conference 2017 – cooperation for the future

    Svalbard in the High Arctic, with easy access, is a unique platform for arctic research.

    From: 06.11.2017
  • Norway and India Research Cooperation - A vital and diverse partnership

    India's remarkable growth and development makes the country an important partner, also for research cooperation. What has been the essence of Norway and India's research cooperation so far? And where are we heading in the future?

    From: 23.11.2017