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Norwegischer Forschungsrat veröffentlicht Roadmaps für bilaterale Forschungskooperationen in englischer Sprache

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Vor gut einem Jahr hat der norwegische Forschungsrat Roadmaps für die bilaterale Forschungskooperation mit Brasilien, China, Indien, Japan, Kanada, Russland, Südafrika und den USA erstellt. Diese Staaten sind außerhalb der EU/EWR die strategisch wichtigen Zielländer der norwegischen Internationalisierungsstrategie. Nun sind die Roadmaps auch in englischer Sprache verfügbar. Sie geben einen Überblick über bestehende Forschungskooperationen mit Norwegen, Stärken und Schwächen der nationalen Forschungssysteme sowie künftige Kooperationsmöglichkeiten.

Roadmaps for research cooperation with priority partner countries in place

The Research Council of Norway has drawn up roadmaps for cooperation with eight priority countries outside of the EU/EEU: Brazil, Canada, China, India, Japan, Russia, South Africa and the US.

The English-language versions of the roadmaps are now available. The roadmaps are intended to help to strengthen Norwegian cooperation with the eight priority countries and direct the focus of these efforts.

The roadmaps:

  • summarise the current status of research cooperation with each of the countries;
  • describe the research systems of the various countries as well as their strengths and weaknesses as research nations;
  • describe the fields and instruments that will be especially relevant for research cooperation with the priority countries in the coming years.

Brazil

Roadmap for bilateral research cooperation with Brazil

Research and innovation areas with special potential for cooperation with Brazil are petroleum, renewable energy, climate and the environment, marine research, bioeconomy/food, and cultural/social issues.

Canada

Roadmap for bilateral cooperation with Canada

Norway and Canada have similar research profiles and fields of specialisation, with extensive cooperation in a number of areas. Key areas of interest they share include Arctic and polar research, fisheries and aquaculture, oil and gas, and research on climate and the environment.

India

Roadmap for bilateral research cooperation with India

Norway's bilateral research cooperation with India is primarily targeted towards mathematics, natural science and technology disciplines. Cooperation may be expanded to other areas in the future, such as social science and the humanities.

Japan

Roadmap for bilateral research cooperation with Japan

Renewable energy and other environment-friendly energy technology are important areas of cooperation. Both Norway and Japan give priority to research on the use of nanotechnology in areas such as energy, the environment and climate change, health and medical technology, and natural resources.

China

Roadmap for bilateral cooperation with China

The following research areas have been identified as promising for productive cooperation with China: climate, the environment and environmental technology; energy; aquaculture; agriculture; polar research; social science and the humanities.

Russia

Roadmap for bilateral research cooperation with Russia

Russia is an important priority country for Norway, especially in terms of the countries' common strategic interests in the northern areas. The following research fields are especially relevant for cooperation: polar research, marine research, petroleum, social science and the humanities, health, nuclear physics, space research, nanotechnology, aquaculture and marine technology.

South Africa

Roadmap for bilateral research cooperation with South Africa

The areas of science, technology and innovation with special potential for cooperation with South Africa are climate and the environment, medicine and health, marine and aquatic research, the maritime sector, biotechnology, polar and space research, peace and conflict research, and development research.

USA

Roadmap for bilateral research cooperation with the US

Norwegian and US researchers already cooperate extensively. Global challenges such as climate change, the environment, security, health, energy, biodiversity and food resources, as well as polar and space research, should be given a central role in expanded cooperation between Norway and the US. Social science research should be given priority as well.

Quelle: The Research Council of Norway Redaktion: von Tim Mörsch, VDI Technologiezentrum GmbH Länder / Organisationen: Norwegen Brasilien China Indien Japan Russland Südafrika USA Themen: Strategie und Rahmenbedingungen sonstiges / Querschnittsaktivitäten

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