About applying and ongoing grants

The Swedish Research Council has adapted its operations to ongoing coronary pandemics in a number of ways. Here is information that concerns you who already have a grant from us or who wish to apply for a grant.


Open calls focusing on COVID-19

Calls
28 May 2020
Project grant for cross-disciplinary collaboration between China and Sweden on corona and virus research
The Covid-19 pandemic has developed as a public health emergency of global proportions...
Calls
12 May 2020
Project grant for research collaboration between South Korea and Sweden
The purpose of the grant is to allow Swedish researchers to address Covid-19 related issues in collaboration with South Korean researchers, with the ...
Calls
12 May 2020
Starting grant for research on viruses and virus-caused disease conditions
The aim of the grant is to give junior researchers the opportunity to establish themselves as independent researchers in Sweden within basic virology...
Calls
12 May 2020
Consolidator grant for research on viruses and virus-caused disease conditions
The purpose of the grant is to give persons who are in the process of securing an independent research career in Sweden the opportunity to conduct lo...

PublISHED ON 14 May 2020

UpDATED ON 03 July 2020

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