PublISHED ON 30 March 2020

UpDATED ON 03 June 2020

Corona outbreak

Here we have collected news about changes at the Swedish Research Council as a result of COVID-19. We will update this page continuously.

News
3 July 2020
33 million SEK to research into coronavirus and COVID-19
The Swedish Research Council has made its award decision on the call for project grants for research into coronavirus and COVID-19. A total of 23 researchers will share 33 million SEK during 2020.
News
12 June 2020
Apply for career support for research in basic virology
Three calls opening on 10 June focus on research into virus and disease conditions caused by viruses. The calls are aimed at researchers at the beginning of their careers. Next year we will issue a call for project grants.
News
5 June 2020
Great interest in the call about coronavirus and COVID-19
257 applications have been received for the call for project grants for research into coronavirus and COVID-19. In July, the decision will be made on who will be awarded funds.
News
3 June 2020
12 million SEK to Clinical Studies Sweden to support COVID-19 studies
The six regional nodes within Clinical Studies Sweden will each receive a grant of 2 million SEK, or 12 million SEK in total, to strengthen their ability to support clinical studies linked to COVID-19.
News
3 June 2020
New national portal makes research data on COVID-19 accessible
Today sees the launch of a national data portal for research into COVID-19, coordinated by SciLifeLab and the Swedish Research Council. It will now be easier for researchers to find and share relevant research data.
News
20 May 2020
Intensive care data important for research into COVID-19
It is now easier for researchers to see the type of data included in the Swedish Intensive Care Registry, SIR. The register has been linked to the metadata tool RUT.
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  1. 33 million SEK to research into coronavirus and COVID-19

    The Swedish Research Council has made its award decision on the call for project grants for research into coronavirus and COVID-19. A total of 23 researchers will share 33 million SEK during 2020.

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  3. Apply for career support for research in basic virology

    Three calls opening on 10 June focus on research into virus and disease conditions caused by viruses. The calls are aimed at researchers at the beginning of their careers. Next year we will issue a call for project grants.