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Updated digital edition of Legislation on biotechnology in the Nordic countries

Updated digital edition of Legislation on biotechnology in the Nordic countries

04.12.2018

The Nordic Committee on Bioethics and NordForsk is launching the fifth edition of Legislation on biotechnology in the Nordic countries. The report provides an up-to-date overview of legislation in a variety of areas, including assisted reproduction, human biobanks, cloning and embryo research.

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New statistics on Nordic-UK R&D

New statistics on Nordic-UK R&D

23.11.2018

A new collection of statistics on UK-Nordic relations in research and innovation shows that the UK-Nordic collaboration is broad and extensive, and it constitutes a clear example of a win-win situation in terms of research impact.

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Nordic Open Science on the agenda in Stockholm

Nordic Open Science on the agenda in Stockholm

22.11.2018

How far have the Nordic countries reached when it comes to addressing open science? What incentives and rewards are needed to engage scientists to openly share their research? And how do we involve other parts of society more closely in research? These were a few of the questions being discussed during the Nordic Open Science Conference 15-16 November 2018 in Stockholm.

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NordForsk receives 218 applications under call for proposals on migration and integration

NordForsk receives 218 applications under call for proposals on migration and integration

22.11.2018

NordForsk received 218 applications in response to the call for proposals under the Joint Nordic-UK Research Programme on Migration and Integration with a deadline of 15 November 2018. The UK is represented in a large share of the projects, demonstrating that researchers in the Nordic countries and the UK see great value in working together, says NordForsk Director Arne Flåøyen.

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NordForsk at the Session of the Nordic Council 2018

NordForsk at the Session of the Nordic Council 2018

05.11.2018

In connection with the Session of the Nordic Council 2018, NordForsk organised the luncheon seminar “Opportunities and challenges for Nordic health data research” for Nordic members of parliament. The purpose of the seminar was to demonstrate the untapped potential for Nordic use of cooperation on health data, and to highlight existing barriers and bottlenecks that pose obstacles to Nordic research based on registry data. The 2018 session was held at the Storting in Oslo.

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