Approved Norwegian research organisations can apply.
The objective is to promote renewal and development in research across all disciplines and thematic areas. Researcher Projects are to contribute to important new insights, scientific publication, researcher training and international research collaboration.
This call is to promote more effective management to prevent the introduction and spread of new species of plant pests, and is being carried out in cooperation with the Norwegian Food Safety Authority. The objective is to strengthen the management of plant health in Norway.
The objective of this call is to enhance research efforts in the thematic priority area “Ubiquitous data and services”. Research activities must seek to move the research front, promote essential competence-building and create new opportunities in the short and long term.
Funding is intended to support scientific renewal and development in research that can help to advance the international research front. This call is therefore targeted towards researchers who have demonstrated the ability to conduct research of high scientific quality. Grant proposals will be accepted for projects within all disciplines and research areas.
Funding is intended to give talented young researchers under the age of 40 in all disciplines and research areas the opportunity to pursue their own research ideas and lead a research project. This call is targeted towards researchers in the early stages of their careers, 2–7 years after defence of an approved doctorate, who have demonstrated the potential to conduct research of high scientific quality.
The purpose of this call is to increase international mobility and promote career development among researchers at an early stage in their careers, as well as to facilitate knowledge transfer to research groups in Norway. This call is targeted towards researchers at the post-doctoral level who are to spend two years at a research organisation abroad and the third year at a research organisation in Norway. Grant proposals will be accepted for projects within all disciplines and research areas.
Research targeting animal welfare and preparedness for animal health.
The purpose of this call is to strengthen basic, ground-breaking research of high scientific quality through interdisciplinary collaboration, and to advance the research front. Addressing the societal challenges of today and tomorrow calls for radical leaps in knowledge. Grant proposals will be accepted for projects within all disciplines and research areas. By providing large-scale allocations and requiring collaboration between researchers from different subject fields, we are seeking to produce new knowledge that would not be possible to obtain without interdisciplinary cooperation. Projects will be financed under the Fellesløft IV joint funding initiative between Norway’s research institutions and the Research Council of Norway.
Following up the Memorandum of Understanding between China’s Ministry of Science and Technology and the Research Council of Norway, this joint call asks for industry-oriented proposals for collaborative research projects on digitalisation.
On 31 December 2019, the local authorities of Wuhan (China), reported a cluster of pneumonia cases which turned out to be caused by a novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) . By March 2020 the virus has already spread in over 80 countries outside China . On 30 January 2020 the WHO declared the recent COVID-19 outbreak as a Public Health Emergency of...
This call gives companies the opportunity for non-binding dialogue with the Research Council on a project outline prior to the planned call for Innovation Projects for the Industrial Sector with the deadline 25 September 2019.
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.
The Pilot-T scheme is to accelerate the application of effective solutions by developing and testing/piloting new technologies and business models with the potential to enhance the transport system of tomorrow by increasing mobility, improved safety and security, and reducing emissions.
This call for proposals is only available in Norwegian.
Demonstration Project is to strengthen companies’ own efforts to demonstrate new technology for applications with major socio-economic benefits. Projects are to ensure expertise, value creation, job creation and a competitive industrial sector in Norway.
We are seeking projects designed to promote sustainable, systematic and effective innovation in public-sector services, infrastructure and administration.
Innovation Projects for the Industrial Sector are company-driven projects that incorporate extensive research and development (R&D) activities. The Innovation Project is to contribute significantly to renewal and increased value creation for the participating companies, and it should yield socioeconomic benefits by making new knowledge and solutions available.
This call for proposals is only available in Norwegian.
This is a time-limited call for Innovation Projects for the Industrial Sector involving public-private collaboration. The purpose of the call is to stimulate R&D activity that promotes value creation and enhanced international competitiveness for the business sector and encourages innovation and sustainability in the health and care sector. This...
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
Commercialisation Projects are to help to increase commercial utilisation and value creation based on the results of publicly funded research in Norway.
Projects under the STUD-ENT funding scheme are to increase entrepreneurship among students by cultivating student-driven business ideas based on research results or related to knowledge the students have obtained through their studies.
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.
Knowledge-building Projects for Industry are to contribute to industry-oriented researcher training and long-term competence development in thematic areas of importance to the development of trade and industry.
The objective of this call is to enhance research efforts and to encourage and support collaboration between research groups and users in the thematic priority area “Ubiquitous data and services”. Research activities must seek to move the research front, promote essential competence-building and create new opportunities in the short and long term.
The objective of this call is to increase cooperation between research groups and collaboration partners aimed at addressing or resolving key societal challenges identified under the Research Programme on Welfare, Working Life and Migration (VAM). Pre-projects are intended to develop proposals for Collaborative and Knowledge-building Projects for the main call for proposals planned to be issued with an application submission deadline of 16 September 2020.
Approved Norwegian research organisations can apply. Many calls for proposals require collaboration with trade and industry or stakeholders in the public sector.
The objective is targeted, long-term investment to strengthen and further develop outstanding and creative research and innovation groups, or to build up research groups in areas of key strategic importance. Research Centre provides a framework for calls under several different centre schemes that are designed to support the best research groups and lead to pioneering research and new innovations, or to strengthen key priority areas.
The Research Council is now accepting complete applications seeking funding to establish a Centre for Research-based Innovation (SFI-IV). Only applicants who submitted a mandatory outline by the deadline of 4 April 2019 are qualified to submit a complete application in response to this call for proposals.
The purpose of this call for proposals is to provide funding for continued Norwegian participation in the large-scale, long-term CERN experiments that Norwegian researchers have helped to develop, establish and take part in over many years. Funding will only be granted to one project.
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 purpose of this call is to aid the FORNY 2020 programme’s primary partners, the Technology Transfer Offices (TTOs), in becoming more professional and specialised, and to enhance the culture for entrepreneurship and commercialisation within the management at Norwegian universities, university colleges and research institutions.
The aim of this call is to facilitate cohesive Norwegian collaboration and increase the participation of Norwegian stakeholders in the effort to promote Norwegian interests in the process of shaping the content of Horizon Europe, the EU’s next research and innovation framework programme (2021–2027).
Approved Norwegian research organisations may apply for funding for partnerships with Brazil, Canada, India, Japan, China, Russia, South Africa, the USA, Germany and France, as well as for extensions of partnerships started in 2015 and 2016.
The purpose of this supplementary funding is to encourage a greater number of Norwegian actors to take on a key role in Horizon 2020 projects and to give a wider range of Norwegian actors access to knowledge developed through Horizon 2020 projects. This will increase the impact of Horizon 2020 projects on research, society and trade and industry...
Scientific staff/groups of researchers from Norwegian research organisations may apply for funding for short-term visits in France or Germany to launch and develop joint research projects. French researchers must submit a corresponding grant application to Campus France, while German researchers must submit a corresponding grant application to the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
The Research Council is seeking to ensure that the results of publicly funded research are made openly accessible. The Research Council has launched the STIM-OA scheme to facilitate the transition to open access publication.
Funding for fieldwork in Svalbard and Jan Mayen for Master students, PhD students and researchers affiliated with approved Norwegian research organisations.
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 Emerging Leaders programme will be held in advance of the Arctic Frontiers 2020 conference in Tromsø, Norway, and includes participation in the first two days of the conference.
Funding for activities that stimulate to increased scientific cooperation within Svalbard research and/or contributes to connect Svalbard research to a Pan-Arctic perspective.
Support for an annual event to provide a meeting place for young researchers to learn about new ideas, methods and theories within eScience as well as build a professional network.
The county municipalities can apply for funding to increase the competence of teachers in upper secondary schools in research method and critical thinking.
The objective of this call is to encourage Norwegian researchers to participate more widely in, and exert greater influence on, global research on climate and the environment.
The purpose of this call is to provide support for follow-up measures in response to the Evaluation of the Social Sciences in Norway (SAMEVAL). Support is to be reserved for network-related activities that promote scientific development and renewal among the institutions encompassed by the evaluation and within the associated research groups.
The MoST - RCN Joint Funding Call on Consortium Collaboration on Energy aims to promote academia-industry consortia in both countries to collaborate in the field of environmentally friendly energy.
Joint projects between Norwegian and Russian researchers in the field of petroleum are to help to maintain existing networks and research collaboration and to develop new collaborative constellations through strategic basic research that is of relevance for both countries.
This joint call asks for industry-oriented proposals for collaborative research projects on digitalisation, following up the Memorandum of Understanding between China’s Ministry of Science and Technology and the Research Council of Norway.
This call pertains to grant applications for the funding of Norwegian participation in projects involving radiation protection and radioactive waste management under the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom). Only grant applications for projects with Norwegian participation in Euratom calls issued in 2019 will be accepted.
The Finance Market Fund provides funding for research projects and public awareness initiatives concerning financial markets. The fund is designed to help to increase knowledge about how financial markets function and to promote greater understanding of relevant ethical issues.
Funding from the Finance Market Fund is to support research, education or public awareness initiatives related to the functioning and role of the financial market.
The Research Council of Norway nominates two (2) postdoctoral researchers for a postdoctoral fellowship in Japan (Standard JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship FY2020).
Funding from the Finance Market Fund is to support research, education or public awareness initiatives related to the functioning and role of the financial market. Projects may address deficiencies in the system, ethics and good business practices in the relevant areas as well as consumer interests. Funding will not be granted for individuals to pursue ordinary occupational education activities.
The purpose of this call is to register applications for the period 2021–2024 for new strategic programmes for Nofima.
The Finance Market Fund is designed to help to increase knowledge about how financial markets function and to promote greater understanding of relevant ethical issues. Funding under the Finance Market Fund is to support research, education or public awareness initiatives related to the functioning and role of the financial market. Projects may...