In these projects, there’s a large proportion of young women researchers and the content of the projects ranges widely from political communication, Viking warriors, homelessness, old law books, popular culture, and older migrant groups to research on refugees from Ukraine.
What is “Nordic added value” and how is this concept used in Nordic research? A new report concludes that there are major differences in how Nordic added value is understood, and lays out four recommendations for future use of the concept.
Open Science is about sharing data, tools and services across disciplines, nations and regions. The Nordic-Baltic project EOSC Nordic has quickly become a role model for how this work can be taken forward at the European level.
We are surrounded by sounds and music. The Nordic Sound and Music Computing Network, a NordForsk funded university hub, is conducting research on what effect sound and music have on us, and how they can improve commercial and public services.
The Joint Committee for Nordic Research Councils in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOS-HS) received 106 applications under the call for funding for NOS-HS Exploratory Workshops 2022. The NOS-HS committee has now selected the 33 projects that will receive funding.
The aim of the Nordic university collaboration is to contribute to strengthening the international competitiveness of the Nordic countries and to facilitate the development of excellent Nordic research environments.
Around 40 percent of the project leaders who have sent applications are female, and around 60 percent are men. All Nordic countries including the Åland Islands, Greenland and the Faroe Islands are represented in the pile of applications.