FAS initiates and supports research in the areas of working life, public health and welfare
A day focusing on research opportunities and career development. That was what the participants of the COFAS kick-off meeting recieved on the 11 April.
FAS continues its investment in COFAS, our postdoc programme for internationalisation and researcher mobility. The new COFAS 2 contains many improvements for applicants bringing their family. The first call for proposals is now open and closes 29 May 2013
FAS's board recently approved funding to 11 research environments within a number of areas prioritized by FAS. In total, SEK 66 million will be invested over a three year period with the possibility of an extension of another three years.
Calls for proposals for 2013 are now published. You will find call texts for research projects, postdoc and junior researchers. Network grants, FAS fellowships and visiting researchers will be published shortly.
Order or download these popular scientific books free of charge. Topics range from working life to women's health and are all written by senior scientific journalists.
A report summarizes Swedish research on disability 2002-2010. The report, which was first published in Swedish, is now available for download in English.
The Swedish Council for Working Life and Social Research (FAS), the Swedish Research Council Formas (Formas) and the Swedish Research Council will together announce grants for research cooperation between Swedish and Chinese researchers.
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