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Wild boar in the Nordic countries

New report gives overview of the very different situations



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Abiotic stress in crops in Nordic conditions – welcome to participate in meeting

The NKJ funded network NordCrop “Climate resilient crops in the North and beyond” is happy to announce its second meeting in Alnarp and online 10 March 2022.  The focus will be on abiotic stress in crops in Nordic conditions and also a focus on young researchers.  It will be a hybrid meeting, but if Covid-19 regulations …

Welcome to the launch of a method handbook for gender equality

Welcome to the grand finale and final project meeting for BioEquality (The Digital Bioeconomy – a method handbook for gender equality in the Nordic bioeconomy)!       SNS and NKJ have worked together in this project to gather tools for a more gender equal bioeconomy sector in the Nordic countries. The result is now …

OPEN CALL: research networks in agriculture and food system

Researchers in agriculture and the food industry can now apply for funding for networking activities aimed at increasing the sectors’ sustainability, resilience and competitiveness. Deadline for application submission is April 21th, 2022.     Text på svenska längre ner With this funding opportunity, NKJ wants to interlink researchers in the Nordic region to find solutions …

A Nordic cooperating body within agricultural and food research

The primary objective of the Nordic Joint Committee for Agricultural and Food Research (NKJ) is to strengthen research and innovation systems in the agriculture and food sector in the Nordic countries. A continuous production and supply of knowledge from research is important to realize the sectors opportunities and potential in the future. This will also strengthen the Nordic region’s position as a pioneer in agricultural and food research in accordance with the objectives of the EU’s 2020 strategy.

NKJ operates within  four areas:

  • Policy advise and analysis
  • A meeting place
  • Coordination
  • Funding