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Through Globalink, Norwegian and Canadian graduate students can apply for research grants of $15,000CAD to do internships with industry in the partner country.
For the application deadline please see Link to the call
This programme normally accepts grant applications from:
Institutions, companies and other entities may seek funding for research and development activity from the Research Council. Individuals are normally not eligible to apply for funding.
Overview of calls from the National Institute of Health (NIH) open for international researchers. Deadlines: Several until 2018.
The NANO2021 programme will provide partial funding for scientific events and networks to encourage activities that promote national and international contacts within the programme’s thematic priority areas.
The European Commission is launching an open-ended selection procedure to create a pool of candidates from which to recruit contract staff. Under this new system, the Commission will publish calls for expressions of interest for different profiles and function groups according to its needs.
The scheme will apply to proposals submitted under the Horizon 2020 challenge “Health, demographic change and wellbeing” that also correspond to the thematic priority areas of the HELSEOMSORG programme.
Financial support to submit a new ERC grant proposal is available to researchers who submitted a grant proposal to the European Research Council (ERC) and advanced to stage two of the submission process, but who were not awarded an ERC grant.
The French Norwegian Foundation promotes long-lasting French/Norwegian cooperation through the financing of joint R&D projects in which both industry and research institutes/universities are involved with the aim of creating cooperation lasting beyond the project-period.
Top-up financing for outgoing MSCA fellows (MSCA-TOPP-UT) is a funding instrument designed to provide more attractive financial conditions for doctoral research fellows awarded funding under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions. The purpose is to encourage more doctoral students to complete part or all of their doctoral education abroad in an MSCA Innovative Training Network (ITN) and to prompt more experienced researchers at the post-doctoral level to conduct a research stay abroad for a specified period in connection with an MSCA Individual Fellowship. This will enable fellowship-holders to enhance their career development, foster their independence, and lay the foundation for an international network.
The Norwegian Government offers short-term scholarships to support professional visits by specialists or visiting researchers from China to Norway. The specialist exchange covers all fields of education and research, as well as culture and the arts.
Support for Event is awarded to Norwegian research institutions hosting major international research conferences that rotate between different countries, and where Norwegian researchers are committed to organizing the event.
The highest priority area under the BEDREHELSE programme is developing and strengthening intervention research. Design, implementation and evaluation of measures that can promote better public health, as well as research in, about and with the municipalities, will be central