This year’s large-scale allocation will give Norway 16 new, modern and essential research infrastructures in the form of laboratories, databases and scientific equipment.
The infrastructure will lay the basis for trailblazing research, future value creation and attractive research and education institutions.
“The Government wishes to increase investment in research and attaches importance to a long-term perspective in research policy,” says Minister of Education and Research Torbjørn Røe Isaksen in connection with the allocation. “Society will need more, not less, knowledge over time, and it is crucial that we are as well-prepared as possible to face coming challenges.”
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