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NordForsk receives 56 applications under call for proposals on Sustainable Urban Development and Smart Cities

NordForsk receives 56 applications under call for proposals on Sustainable Urban Development and Smart Cities

14.06.2019

Decisions on which projects will be awarded funding are expected in October-November 2019.

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Cybersecurity on the agenda in The Hague

Cybersecurity on the agenda in The Hague

07.06.2019

The Nordic countries have cooperated closely on societal security for several decades. In recent years, this tradition has been supplemented by several political initiatives across national borders. In 2016, it was allocated funding to four projects under the Nordic Societal Security Programme’s call for proposals on society, integrity and cyber-security. Recently, they met in The Hague to exchange experiences and lessons learned so far.

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Threats in the air

Threats in the air

06.06.2019

According to the World Health Organization, air pollution is the world’s largest single environmental health risk. Each year approximately 10 000 people in the Nordic region die prematurely as a result of air pollution exposure, but the question of which pollutants are the most detrimental to health has yet to be resolved. Professor Jørgen Brandt and other participants in the NordForsk project NordicWelfAir are hunting for the answer.

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Invitation for e-infrastructure collaboration

Invitation for e-infrastructure collaboration

27.05.2019

Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration (NeIC) invites consortia consisting of e-infrastructure providers, developers, researchers and related communities around the Nordic region to propose collaboration projects within e-infrastructure (digital infrastructure) of joint Nordic interest. The proposals may also be initiated by the NeIC Provider Forum.

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Concerted effort to develop personalised medicine

Concerted effort to develop personalised medicine

22.05.2019

Major advancements in many fields now make it possible to personalise medical treatment. Still, there are too few products facilitating this in practice, particularly when it comes to treatment that patients themselves carry out at home. The Nordic POP project is looking to change this. “Our goal is to develop pharmaceutical products and technological solutions of the future, where personalised medical treatment is the common link,” says Professor Ingunn Tho of the Nordic POP project and the University of Oslo School of Pharmacy.

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