Scientific reporting of grants to research infrastructure

An authorised representative of the administrating organisation shall submit the scientific report. Different rules apply to grants that are decided before and after 2015.

Note! An instruction for what the operational report (Verksamhetsberättelse) should contain will be published in January 2023.

Grants awarded in 2015 or later

An authorised representative of the administrating organisation shall submit the scientific report. The specific terms explain what you are required to report.

Email the report to the administrator responsible no later than the date stated in the specific terms.

Gender equality plan

As from the 2021 call, the infrastructures that have been awarded a grant shall submit a gender equality plan.

  • For support awarded from 2022, the plan shall be received by us no later than 31 October 2022 (delayed date).
  • For support awarded from 2023, the plan shall be received by us no later than 30 June 2023.

Download the instruction for gender equality plans for research infrastructures as a PDF Pdf, 148.8 kB.

Grants awarded before 2015

An authorised representative of the administrating organisation shall submit the scientific report.

Expensive scientific equipment

  • Briefly describe (1 A4 page) the equipment and how it has been important to the research. Provide examples and reference relevant publications.
  • Submit this via email to charlotta.bergvall@vr.se no later than the date specified in the document “Approval of terms”.

Operational, database and planning grants

  • Using 1-2 A4 pages, describe what the grant has been used for. Focus on use of the research infrastructure and any publications.
  • Submit this via email to susanna.bylin@vr.se no later that the date specified in the document “Approval of terms”.

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