Funded research areas
Children & Young People
Education for Tomorrow
Future Working Life
Health & Welfare
Migration & Integration
Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration (NeIC)
Other funded activities
The main objective of the BALTOHOP project, is to promote antimicrobial stewardship, primarily within the public health and veterinary/food sectors, and also the environmental sector in the Nordic and Baltic countries.
International research cooperation
NordForsk has several, ongoing projects on research collaboration outside the Nordic region.
The mission of the Nordic Committee on Bioethics (NCBIO) is to foster co-operation between the Nordic countries by bringing together representatives from different backgrounds to discuss and analyse issues in bioethics in order to achieve greater awareness, promote common understanding, improve policy making and present internationally a Nordic perspective on bioethical Challenges.
NORIA-net on Registries and Biobanks
The “NORIA-net on Registers and Biobanks” was an expert group with representatives from national and Nordic research funding agencies and the research sector. The task was to identify suitable actions that could increase the use of the unique registers and biobanks in and between the Nordic countries, and thereby strengthening Nordic cooperation on register-based research.
Nordic Research Infrastructure Cooperation Committee
The primary objective of The Nordic Research Infrastructure Co-operation Committee is to support joint Nordic research infrastructure efforts and to highlight the potential Nordic added value inherent in such collaboration. The committee serves in an advisory capacity to the NordForsk Board on issues relating to research infrastructure.
Nordic Trial Alliance
The Nordic Trial Alliance is a project with the aim to facilitate Nordic cooperation on clinical research.
The Joint Committe for Nordic research councils in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOS-HS) shall promote strategic cooperation e.g. through providing research funding to joint Nordic research activities.
NOS-M is a collaborating body for the Nordic research councils that finance medical research. NOS-M aims to promote Nordic cooperation in the medical research area through information exchange, coordination and concrete collaboration projects.
The Joint Committee of the Nordic Natural Science Research Councils (NOS-N) is a collaborating body for Nordic research councils that finance research in the natural sciences. The Committee aims to promote natural sciences in the Nordic countries through collaboration and coordination.
Nordic Commons is a project with the aim of testing solutions and practical approaches to sharing health data between regional and national actors in the Nordic countries.
Nordic cooperation in research allows us to share data, infrastructure and resources across national borders.- Arne Flåøyen