You can find all our calls for proposals further down the page. You can filter by thematic area, target group, application deadline and application type.
Approved Norwegian research organisations in cooperation with relevant actors from the private and/or public sector or other public or private organisations can apply.
The objective is to promote cooperation to develop R&D expertise and capacity in areas of importance to society and business and industry. Collaborative and Knowledge-building Projects are to help develop and promote new knowledge and to improve interaction and knowledge transfer between R&D groups and stakeholders in society in order to find solutions to important societal challenges.
The objective of this call is to generate new knowledge in the thematic areas digital security and artificial intelligence, robotics and autonomous systems. The work will advance the research front, ensure essential competence-building and create new opportunities for people and society in the short and long term.
This is a notification of the upcoming call. The purpose of this call is to develop new knowledge and generate research competence needed by society or the business sector to address important societal challenges.
The purpose of this call is to develop new knowledge and generate competence in the research organisations needed by society or the business sector to address important societal challenges.
Companies and public sector entities that are not research organisations can apply.
The objective is to encourage value creation and renewal in the business and public sectors. Innovation Projects are to help enhance competitiveness in new and existing business areas, strengthen the restructuring capacity of the Norwegian economy and the public sector, and increase interaction and knowledge transfer across stakeholders.
Our call Innovation Project for the Industrial Sector is aimed at companies engaged in business-led innovation projects where research and development (R&D) is a critical part of the innovation process.
The purpose of this call is to encourage companies to invest in demonstration and proof-of-concept of technology to promote innovation and sustainable value creation in line with their own business strategies. The call covers topics relating to the thematic areas Petroleum, Maritime industry and Land-based food, the environment and bioresources.
The objective of this call is to encourage more companies with little or no experience in research and development (R&D) to incorporate research into their innovation activity.
Technology Transfer Offices (TTOs), approved Norwegian research organisations and micro-businesses originating in research organisations and/or TTOs can apply.
The objective is to promote greater commercial utilisation of R&D results from publicly-funded research in Norway. Commercialisation Projects are to clarify uncertainties related to the commercial utilisation of high-potential research results by answering questions that will prevent the project from moving forward in the commercialisation process if they remain unanswered
The purpose of a Qualification Project is to undertake initial investigations into the commercial potential of research results. Approved research organisations, TTOs and start-up companies originating in an approved research organisation are eligible to apply.
The purpose of a Proof-of-Concept Project is to reduce the project’s uncertainty relating to technology and the market. Approved research organisations, TTOs and start-up companies originating in an approved research organisation are eligible to apply.
Approved Norwegian research organisations, companies, public sector entities, non-governmental organisations and groups of such entities can apply.
The objective is to fund the planning, coordination and dissemination of R&D activities. Coordination and Support Activities are to promote researcher mobility, national and international networks, publication, dialogue, dissemination activity and more in connection with R&D activities.
The English version will be published soon.
The “Borrow a Researcher” scheme is to increase cooperation between companies and the R&D community. It is designed for small and medium-sized enterprises that need greater in-house research competence for a given period and for researchers who wish to learn more about challenges in the business sector and provide assistance to R&D efforts in companies.
This call for proposals is only available in Norwegian.
This call is only in Norwegian. Please see the Norwegian-language call for proposals for more information.
If you have applied to the ERC and advanced to stage two, but not been awarded funding, you are eligible for support to prepare a new proposal. The Research Council awards up to NOK 500 000 to applicants submitting a new grant proposal within two years of submitting the original one.
The aim of this call for proposals is to provide support for planning of potential Norwegian participation in the establishment of research infrastructure on the European Strategy Forum for Research Infrastructure (ESFRI) Roadmap.
The Emerging Leaders programme is an early career mentoring programme designed to provide young researchers with a framework for network-building, leadership development and an introduction to scientific opportunities and challenges in the pan-Arctic region.
The objective is to cover the membership fee for approved research organisations and publicly funded administrators of research infrastructure who collaborate closely with Norwegian research organisations that can document membership of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC AISBL) Association.
This call for proposals supports communication and dissemination projects that help to increase ocean literacy. The projects are to disseminate research-based knowledge related to oceans and the Ocean Decade.
Are you going abroad with an MSCA Individual Fellowship? Or have you received a fellowship in an MSCA Innovative Training Network to pursue your doctoral studies abroad? If so, you may be eligible for an additional financial support from the Research Council.
Ongoing projects carrying out research on the topics artificial intelligence (AI), autonomy and/or quantum technology can apply for supplementary funding to perform activities that generate knowledge and results transfer to the defence sector. Approved Norwegian research organisations may apply.
Researchers from Norway may seek support for funding for short-term visits in France for the purpose of launching and developing new joint research projects.
We seek to ensure that the results of publicly funded research are made openly accessible. With the STIM-OA funding, you can receive up to 50 per cent of the research organisation's costs for open publication from the previous financial year.
Funding is available for international projects in the field of CCUS. Undertakings and approved research organisations are eligible to apply.
Support for events that focus on the functioning of financial markets and that will promote greater understanding of relevant ethical issues in this area. Applications must clearly demonstrate that the project is of relevance in relation to the purpose of the Finance Market Fund.
The SkatteFUNN Tax Deduction Scheme is a rights-based tax deduction scheme designed to stimulate research and development (R&D) activities in Norwegian companies.
The aim of this call is to fund implementation research focused on addressing common NCD risk factors through interventions that reduce health risk and/or enhance positive health and lifestyle behaviours in young people, and/or in other critical life stages (e.g., childhood, older adults) in low- and lower-middle income countries.
The call aims to foster research on prevention in personalised medicine.
Forskningsrådet lyser ut 10 millioner til internasjonalt forskningssamarbeid om jord i sammenheng med klima og naturmangfold.
The overall aim of the call is to generate knowledge and solutions for a sustainable and inclusive future working life in a Nordic and/or Nordic-Lithuanian context.
Proposals must be centred on one or more of the hard-to-treat-cancers (HTTC) subtypes characterized by very poor prognosis (5-year survival rate<25%) and for which survival has not improved significantly over the last decades, namely glioblastoma, oesophageal, pancreatic, gallbladder, liver, and lung/pleural cancers.
The Belmont Forum is pleased to announce the launch of a collaborative research networking call on the theme: Integrated Approaches to Human Migration/Mobility in an Era of Rapid Global Change.
Approximately 8 million euros available for an international call aiming to accelerate the achievement of the SDGs through the implementation of results from ongoing or recently finalised research and innovation projects, within the context of governance, societal structures and economy.
The call (JPI CH CHSE) aims at furthering the understanding of the relationship between cultural heritage – tangible, intangible, digital and natural – and major societal issues through transnational research projects.
Key Digital Technologies is a European partnership under Horizon Europe with a focus on electronic components and systems technologies. It is a tripartite partnership with the European Commission, industrial organisations and participating countries developing the work programme and share project support. Applicants should make certain to read and understand national requirements before applying for funding.
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