New research projects funded by the Research Council of Norway

October 23, 2022

"I would like to congratulate the research communities who have received funding", says Rector Margareth Hagen. She hopes many UiB researchers will have the opportunity to realize their research ideas through this funding. In August and September 2022, the Research Council announced which projects will receive funding in the "Researcher Project" application category. The purpose of this funding scheme is renewal and development in research that can contribute to moving the international research frontier. Here you will find an overview of UiB projects funded:Recently, these projects received funding in the application category 'Competence and collaboration projects' in Global Health:

"I would like to congratulate the research communities who have received funding", says Rector Margareth Hagen.

She hopes many UiB researchers will have the opportunity to realize their research ideas through this funding.
"We know that many people have worked hard for this, and that the competition is fierce", she says.

In August and September 2022, the Research Council announced which projects will receive funding in the "Researcher Project" application category.

The purpose of this funding scheme is renewal and development in research that can contribute to moving the international research frontier. The funding is given to researchers within all disciplines and research areas who have demonstrated the ability to carry out research of high scientific quality, under various thematic programs or in the category "Frontier research".

Here you will find an overview of UiB projects funded: 

 

 

Recently, these projects received funding in the application category 'Competence and collaboration projects' in Global Health:
 

Cecilie Svanes
Department of Global Public Health and Primary CarePesticides and exposures from traditional textile industry associated with own and offspring health in indigenous Guatemalan communities12 000 000Tor Arne Strand
Department of Global Public Health and Primary CareToxic exposures in early life, growth, and development: An exposome study in Nepal12 000 000

 

The source of this news is from University of Bergen

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