Czech researchers found 45 different types of medicines in samples from a river that will be turned into drinking water for the Prague region. Together with Norwegian scientists, they now search for methods to keep the drugs out of your drinking water.
Research within priority sectors / Bilateral research cooperation
Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway share ambitions with EU countries for strengthening Europe’s research base and increasing mobility for researchers. Research and innovation are at the heart of the EU’s sustainable growth strategy, which commits EU countries to improve conditions and access to finance for research and innovation.
Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway support programmes in seven beneficiary countries to increase research capacity and the application of research results.
Read about the programme in each country to find out what activities are funded, how to apply, or how to get involved as a partner.
Funding is available for entities registered in the seven beneficiary countries. These can include higher education public institutions, public research institutions and other research entities, small and medium-sized enterprises (provided they cooperate with a research organisation) and researchers and scientists.
The Research Council of Norway is lending its considerable experience to programme development in all countries except Greece. In Romania, the Icelandic Centre for Research is also a programme partner. Project partnerships between entities in the donor and beneficiary countries are also encouraged.
Project stories, news and features
Together, the Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, Romania and the Norwegian Historical Data Centre at the Arctic University of Norway (UiT) are building the first historical population database of Transylvania.
With support from Norway, Gdansk Technical University in Poland and the Norwegian Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research (SINTEF) have worked together to reduce noise pollution from older vehicles.