Shorter spells of night work, more time to recover between shifts, and increased individual work-time control. These are some of the recommendations from an extensive Nordic research project funded by NordForsk.
Five Nordic research projects on COVID-19 are now being launched. The projects will take advantage of the Nordic countries’ unique health data to advance the knowledge base about COVID-19 for the benefit of the Nordic region and the entire world.
The research project CIRCit held its final workshop presenting research results on how companies can transition to circular economy. The project contributes to the Nordic Council of Minister’s Vision 2030 towards greener Nordic societies.
The deadline for a call for proposals for projects on research to combat the COVID-19 pandemic was June 16. The call is a collaborative effort between research funders from the Nordic countries, Estonia and Latvia.
Based on an initiative from the deans of the Nordic medical schools, the Joint Committee of the Nordic Medical Research Councils (NOS-M) has decided to fund a Nordic online course for medical students in personalised medicine.