Decision published

24 October 2017

Total amount granted: SEK 14 000 000

Proof of concept within life science

In October 2017 the Swedish Research Council published decision on one-year grants for proof of concept within life science. We granted a total of more than 14 million SEK for 2018.

Decision published

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Approval rates and gender

Applicants

Number of applications

Number approved

Approval rate

Women

17

5

29 %

Men

39

7

18 %

Total

56

12

21 %

 

Grant amounts

Applicants

Total amount approved

Average grant per year

Women

5 880 000

1 176 000

Men

8 120 000

1 160 000

Total

14 000 000

1 166 667

 

Approved grants and amounts per administrating organisation

Administrating organisations

Number of

approved applications

Total amount approved

Umeå University

3

3 480 000

Karolinska Institutet, KI

2

2 400 000

Lund University

2

2 400 000

Uppsala University

2

2 400 000

University of Gothenburg

2

2 280 000

Stockholm University

1

1 040 000

Total

12

14 000 000

 

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