2010

Published in 2010
NordForsk Magasin 2010: 5-year jubilee issue

NordForsk Magasin 2010: 5-year jubilee issue

2010 marks five years since NordForsk was founded. In this 5-year jubilee issue of NordForsk Magasin you will find interviews with Halldór Ásgrímsson, Per Unckel, Jerzy Langer, Nils Christian Stenseth, Anneli Pauli, Gard Titlestad, Anne Tjønneland, Jon Ove Hagen, Ole Petter Ottersen and many others. The magazine contains articles in the Scandinavian languages, as well as in English. Shorter translations in English are also available throughout the publication.

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International Research Cooperation in the Nordic Countries

International Research Cooperation in the Nordic Countries

A publication from the NORIA-net "The use of bibliometrics in research policy and evaluation activities". The first report of the NORIA-net provides readers with essential information and perspectives on current and future possibilities to reach excellence in Nordic research. It identifies the fields in which the Nordic countries already are strong and in some cases even excellent, and it highlights challenges and possible ways to prevent future problems. Editor: Magnus Gunnarsson, Swedish Research Council (2010).

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Bibliometric Research Performance Indicators for the Nordic Countries

Bibliometric Research Performance Indicators for the Nordic Countries

A publication from the NORIA-net "The use of bibliometrics in research policy and evaluation activities". This is the second report from this NORIA network. The report provides readers with essential information and perspectives on current and future possibilities to reach excellence in Nordic research. It identifies the fields in which the Nordic countries already are strong and in some cases even excellent, and it highlights challenges and possible ways to prevent future problems. Editor: Jesper W. Schneider, Royal School of Library & Information Science, Danmark (2010).

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Information brochure of the Top-level Research Initiative

Information brochure of the Top-level Research Initiative

The Top-level Research Initiative (TRI) is the largest joint Nordic research and innovation initiative to date. The initiative aims to involve the very best agencies and institutions in the Nordic region, and promote research and innovation of the highest level, in order to make a Nordic contribution towards solving the global climate crisis. Read more in the Top-level Research Initiative information brochure (2010).

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More Nordic publications

You can find publications from many of the organisations within the Nordic cooperation at the e-library NordPub