Current reports on policy for research institutes

The Research Council prepares several publications related to follow-up of the research institutes receiving basic allocation, in addition to follow-up on the development of the institute sector.

Registration of hourly rates from the institute sector

Institutes must budget hourly rates that they calculate and stipulate themselves based on actual costs and efficient operation for all R&D projects that receive contributions from the Research Council. The rates must be reported to the Research Council on an annual basis.

was allocated to research institutes in 2020

4.4billion NOK

Public basic funding for research institutes

There are 32 research institutes receiving basic funding under this scheme, which is administered by the Research Council. Click above for information about the requirements for receiving basic public funding.

Funding for increased participation in EU projects (STIM-EU funding)

STIM-EU funding is designed to increase participation of Norwegian research institutes in the EU framework programmes for research, innovation and technological development. This funding is entirely results-based; it is not possible to apply for it.

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