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Personal Overseas Research Grant aims to encourage more research fellows and project managers of Young Research Talents projects to conduct a research stay at a foreign institution during their fellowship.
The Novo Nordisk Foundation primarily awards grants for research within biomedicine, biotechnology, general practice and family medicine, nursing and art history at public research institutions.
COST Actions are networking instrument for researchers, engineers and scholars to cooperate and coordinate nationally funded research activities. COST Actions researchers to jointly develop their own ideas in any science and technology Field.
There are 7 application types at FRIPRO. The application types have different purposes and target different groups of applicants. For FRIPRO Toppforsk, Researcher Project, Young Research Talents and FRIPRO mobility grant, the focus is on the research and the researcher. These projects vary in size, last up to four years (exactly three years for FRIPRO mobility grant) and each application type can be seen as a stage in a researcher's career. Personal Overseas Research Grant and Support for Event differ from the other application types in that the grants are much smaller.
The Exploratory Pre-seed Program is a stimulus fund established to accelerate commercialization of biomedical research findings and development of novel technologies within the life sciences.
The goal of an Exploratory Pre-seed Grant is to stimulate entrepreneurship and to explore the potential of research findings at a very early stage (pre-seed), and to prepare the project for a full pre-seed grant at a later stage.
The program seeks to support application-oriented research and to test new ideas that may lead to the development of new medical treatments, disease prevention, devices and diagnostic methods as well as new industrial biotechnology in the life science area.
The applicants can be faculty members, researchers and students based at universities, hospitals and other knowledge institutions in the Nordic countries.
The Norwegian Fulbright program offers a wide range of long- and short-term opportunities for Norwegian citizens to study, conduct research and teach in the United States.
The COFUND scheme aims to stimulate regional, national or international programmes to foster excellence in researchers' training, mobility and career development, spreading the best practices of Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions.
This will be achieved by co-funding new or existing regional, national, and international programmes to open up to, and provide for, international, intersectoral and interdisciplinary research training, as well as transnational and cross-sectoral mobility of researchers at all stages of their career.
The Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (MSCA) provide grants for all stages of researchers' careers and encourage transnational, intersectoral and interdisciplinary mobility. The MSCA aim to equip researchers with the necessary skills and international experience for a successful career, either in the public or the private sector.
The DAAD mobility programme seeks to establish and expand the contact between educational and research institutions in Norway and Germany. Grant applications are being accepted from Norwegian scientific staff/groups of researchers for funding for short-term visits in Germany for the purpose of launching and developing new joint research projects. Deadline 6th September 2017 @ 1pm.
Scientific staff/groups of researchers at Norwegian institutions may seek funding for short-term stays in France to launch and develop joint research projects.