Research shows that vulnerable citizens are excluded from the digitalisation process. A major problem is the lack of the involvement of citizens in the development of future public digital services. In a project funded by NordForsk, researchers want to carry out what they call an intervention in Nordic public libraries for the benefit of both service developers and vulnerable citizens.
Six projects will explore the medium to long-term consequences beyond the COVID-19 pandemic in order to better prepare for the next crisis and two projects will provide knowledge for handling the societal security consequences of an antimicrobial resistance crisis.
Researchers have developed a new tool that can predict short-term climate changes. This is one of several results from four Nordic Centres of Excellence, which have worked to find solutions to everything from the spread of diseases to climate changes in the Arctic.
It’s important for many young people with an immigrant background to make their parents proud, and that’s one of the possible explanations for their ambitiousness. That’s also what preliminary results from a Nordic research project show.
In Copenhagen’s Urbanplanen housing development, green spaces play an important role as a venue for socialising, where residents form bonds. These are the results from the SMARTer Greener Cities research project, which has involved residents in the study.
NordForsk’s organisational performance has been excellent since 2018 and has developed to a relevant and useful platform for Nordic collaboration on initiating Nordic research collaboration. That is the main conclusion in the evaluation of NordForsk.
How has the pandemic affected the quality of life of children and young people in the Nordic countries? That is the theme of the conference " Will everything be fine? The consequences of the pandemic for children and young people in the Nordic region". Join us for an educational, inspiring and entertaining day on an important topic.