Decision published

03 July 2020

Total amount granted: 33 710 396

Project grant for research into coronavirus and COVID-19

In the call for Project grant for research into coronavirus and COVID-19 the Swedish Research Council approved 23 out of 255 applications. More than 33 million SEK will be allocated over the period 2020.

Decision published 11:00 03 July 2020

Please note that only notice in Prisma guarantees that a grant has been approved.

Approval rates

Applicants

Number of applications

Number of approved grants

Approval rate

Women

86

10

12 %

Men

169

13

8 %

Total

255

23

9 %


Grant amounts

Applicants

Total amount approved

Average grant amount per year

Women

15 521 522

1 552 152

Men

18 188 874

1 399 144

Total

33 710 396

1 465 669


Approved grants and amounts per administrating organisation

Administrating organisation

Number of approved grants

Total grant amount

Chalmers University of Technology

1

400 000

University of Gothenburg

3

4 111 040

Karolinska Institutet

11

17 766 581

Luleå University of Technology

1

1 772 000

Lund University

1

1 437 978

Umeå University

1

1 729 472

Uppsala University

5

6 493 325

Total

23

33 710 396

What happens after the grant decision?

 

PubliSHED ON 03 July 2020

UpDATED ON 09 October 2020

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