Interim evaluation of 11 national research infrastructures – 2012
The Swedish government allocated new funds to finance the expansion of strategically important national research infrastructure in its research bill “A Boost for Research and Innovation” (Bill 2008/09:50). The Swedish Research Council was tasked with putting this into action and, following a call for proposals, awarded funds to eight national extensive infrastructures for the years 2010 to 2014. This report evaluates these infrastructures together with three additional infrastructures funded by the Swedish Research Council with other funds.
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