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Email: Telephone: 08-546 44 120

The Swedish Research Council

P.O Box 1035
SE-101 38 Stockholm

Invoices to the Swedish Research Council

Phone number

+46 (0)8-546 44 000


Visitor address

Hantverkargatan 11 B – see the address on Google maps External link.
SE-112 21 Stockholm

Opening hours

Monday–Friday 8.00–16.30 (closed 11.30–12.30)
To be let in or for deliveries, please call +46(0)8-546 44 000

Office for Clinical Studies

Kronhusgatan 7
411 05 Göteborg
P.O Box 1035, SE-101 38 Stockholm

Phone number

+46 (0)31-757 41 75


Sunet and Associated Services

Tulegatan 11, 3 tr
113 53 Stockholm

Phone number

+46 (0)90-205 91 00


Website External link.

The Swedish Research and Innovation Office in Brussels

Rue du Luxembourg 3 External link.
BE-1000 Bryssel, Belgien

Contact Person at the Swedish Research Council

Ellenor Devine


The Swedish Research Council and Vinnova run the office jointly.



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  1. Swedish research can be enhanced without expensive reorganisation

    The Swedish Research Council rejects the proposal for three new public agencies in our response to the consultation document proposing a new public agency structure for funding research and innovation. We consider that the proposal has too narrow a s...

  2. The Committee for Development Research is being disbanded

    In light of the Government's decision in June 2023 that the Swedish Research Council will no longer receive targeted funding for new calls within development research, the Swedish Research Council’s Board has decided to disband the Committee.

  3. How the 2023 funding year turned out

    This year, the Swedish Research Council received around 5 600 applications* for research grants. Just over 1 000 of these were approved. In total, 4.95 billion SEK has been awarded to research at Swedish higher education institutions.

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