Funding for eight Nordic research infrastructure networks

09.07.2014
As part of the effort to increase Nordic participation in large-scale international research infrastructure incentives, NordForsk announced funding for research infrastructure networks with an application submission deadline of 21 February 2014.

A total of 48 grant applications were submitted under the call, and funding has been granted to the following eight:

  • Kjetil Taskén, University of Oslo: Nordic EMBL Partnership for Molecular Medicine - coordinated action as a translational research infrastructure
  • Göran Karlsson, University of Gothenburg: Nordic NMR Network
  • Taina Pihlajaniemi, University of Oulu: NorIMM, Nordic Infrastructure for Mouse Models
  • Sanna Sorvari, University of Helsinki: Research Infrastructure Network for Nordic Atmospheric and Earth System Science
  • Bente Maegaard, University of Copenhagen: Nordic CLARIN Network
  • Jón Egill Kristjánsson, University of Oslo: NordicESM
  • John Eriksson, Åbo Akademi University: Bridging Nordic Imaging - Enabling Discoveries from Atoms to Anatomy
  • Mikael Elofsson, University of Helsinki: Nordic Chemical Biology Consortium

 

Each network has been awarded NOK 500 000 in funding by the NordForsk Board.

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