Before you seek a grant, you will need information about the options available. The calendar provides information on funding calls for you on national and international opportunities.
Procedures to be followed
All proposals/applications must be reported internally by submitting their details at least 2 weeks before the call's deadline.
The information about your application will reach the highest authorized signatory and the finance office. Please note in case you fail to submit your application/project details, it will delay relevant processes and award set up. Your application still has to be approved by your supervisor.
The purpose is to undertake initial investigations into the commercial potential of research results that aim to clarify which course to pursue as regards the direction of research, technology development or strategic decisions. The results from a completed Qualification Project will often form the basis for decisions on the subsequent course of commercialisation. Deadline: Open-ended.
The programme supports the establishment of long-term partnerships between Norway and Brazil, Canada, China, India, Japan, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, and the USA.
The Research Council of Norway has pre-announced a Large-scale Interdisciplinary Researcher Project to shift the research front through multidisciplinary projects with large-scale grants.
The funding is intended to support scientific renewal and development in research that can help to advance the international research front. 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 thematic areas the opportunity to pursue their ideas and lead a research project. This call is for researchers in the early stages of their careers, 2–7 years after defence of an approved doctorate.
Norwegian Research Council has pre-announced Three-year Researcher Project with International Mobility to increase international mobility and promote career development and facilitate knowledge transfer.
The purpose is to develop new knowledge and generate research competence needed by society or the business sector to address important societal challenges. The collaboration between research organisations and stakeholders from outside the research sector that represent societal and/or industry needs for knowledge and research competence.
Twice a year, the ITI Foundation supports preclinical and clinical research in implant dentistry and related fields.
A preliminary announcement for a transnational call on personalized medicine and the development of clinical support tools is now available.