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Calls for proposals - UArctic and International Network Programme

The Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education has announce two calls for project proposals, aimed at Arctic research and education

The Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education has announced two calls for research and education projects relevant for Arctic science.

Both calls can be found at the Agency's website:

UArctic call
The first call is aimed at UArctic-members from Denmark, Greenland and Faroe Islands. The call supports projects regarding activities concerning Arctic research and education, across all fields of science, whether they are new or suggest continuation of previous activities. An amount of 1,5 mio. DKK has been allocated for the call.
Projects are funded with a maximum total of 500.000 DKK. Overhead does not apply to these grants.
DAFSHE and UArctic would like to encourage further engagement between the Kingdom’s UArctic member institutions, other member institutions and UArctic activities. Therefore priority is given to projects that: include partners from min. two Kingdom of Denmark countries or from other UArctic member institutions and/or involves activities linking up to existing UArctic thematic networks or develops new, relevant thematic networks.

International Network Programme
The 2017-call is the 9th call for proposals for International Network Programmes. In light of the Ministry’s ‘Strategy for Research and Education concerning the Arctic’ launched in November 2016, INP now welcomes applications specific to Arctic research networks. The objective, and one of the initiatives in the Strategy’s Action Plan, is to finance new international research networks with a view to establishing new collaborative relations within Arctic research. Grants may be awarded to projects between researchers from Denmark and one or more of the following selected partner countries: China (incl. Hong Kong), India, Israel, Japan, USA, Brazil, Turkey, South Africa, the Republic of Korea as well as Canada, Russia, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Greenland and the Faroe Islands.

An amount of 10 million DKK has been reserved for this call for applications (including overhead/administration expenses). Depending on the quality of the applications received, the Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education reserves the right to allocate only part of the funding available. Each project can be supported with a maximum amount of up to DKK 200.000 excluding overhead/administration expenses.