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Japan and Norway are cooperating in several research areas of mutual importance and interest. This May marks the 10th anniversary for the Science and Technology Cooperation Agreement. Deputy Minister, Ms. Ragnhild Setsaas from the Ministry of Education and Research visits Japan on this occation, heading a delegation of representatives from Norwegian research and higher education sector. In addition – over 50 Norwegian university and research institute executives and scientists travel to Japan to participate in the seminars, workshops and meetings that are to take place during the week.
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) and the Research Council of Norway (RCN) have a joint researcher exchange program between Japanese and Norwegian research institutions. The scholarship period is from 12-24 months. Application deadline to RCN: May 29, 2013. For more information, visit Forskningsradet.
Deadline: Friday 25 October 2013
The University of Tokyo, The Kavli Foundation, The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters and The Norwegian Embassy are organizing a high profile event, to dive into the essence of “The smallest, The biggest and The most complex”, Nanoscience, Cosmos and Neuroscience.
The Norwegian High North Programme 2013–2018 supports cooperation between higher education institutions in Norway and institutions in Canada, Japan, Russia, the Republic of Korea and the United States. The goal is to expand, strengthen and disseminate knowledge about or relevant to the High North.
The 9th conference of the Nordic Association of Japanese and Korean Studies (NAJAKS) will be held in Bergen, Norway, on August 21-23, 2013.
Presenting Norwegian ‘Lifestyle Cafe’ Fuglen, a Guided Tour of Norwegian Icons Vintage Design Exhibition + Norwegian Waffles!
Prof Paul Midford, head of the Japan Programme at NTNU in Trondheim, is visiting the Norwegian Embassy in Tokyo also this year for his lecture on Japanese politics.