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NordForsk: Nordic Call on Sustainable Aquaculture

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WHAT CAN YOU APPLY FOR?

Research and innovation projects with the aim to strengthen Nordic collaboration within the area of sustainable aquaculture.

Formas Ikon

WHO CAN APPLY?

Researchers at Swedish Universities, research institutes and public agencies with research assignments.

Formas Ikon

HOW MUCH CAN YOU APPLY FOR?

For the Swedish participation maximally 300 000 Euro per project can be applied for from Formas, or 500 000 Euro if the applicant will be project coordinator for the full Nordic project.

Current: 70 Days left. Apply before: 2020-05-05 13:00

NordForsk has launched a call for proposals to fund research and innovation projects in the field of sustainable aquaculture together with Formas, AVS Research fund for fisheries, Iceland, Technology Development Fund, Iceland, Innovation Fund Denmark, The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry of Finland, The Research Council of Norway, The Estonian Research Council, ETAg och The Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Latvia.

Approximately NOK 72 million is available under this call. Deadline for proposals is 5 May 2020. Applications are submitted in NordForsk Application Portal.

Purpose and scope

The overarching aim of the programme is to generate knowledge and solutions for sustainable land-based and marine salmonid aquaculture in the Nordic countries.

Utlysningen omfattar följande fyra temaområden. The areas of priority for the call are:

  • Aquaculture microbiome systems
  • Aquaculture feeding systems
  • Biotechnological advances
  • Aquaculture "big data" monitoring and control systems.

A project consortium must include nationally eligible partners from at least three co-funding countries, of which at least two must be Nordic co-funding countries. The duration of the project must be minimum three years and maximum four years. The maximum amount of funding available per project is NOK 10 million.

Applicants

The main applicant and co-applicants must have doctoral degrees. Grants can be given to researchers at Swedish universities, university colleges or research institutes.

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Updated:19 February 2020