Websites is the official website of the Swedish Research Council. Below are links to other Swedish Research Council's websites.

Codexexternal link, opens in new window

Codex is a website which aim is to give researchers and other interested parties access to and information on the guidelines, ethics codes and laws that regulate and place ethical demands on the research process. CODEX is operated by the Swedish Research Council in cooperation with The Centre for research ethics & bioethicsexternal link at Uppsala University.

Djurförsök.infoexternal link, opens in new window

Djurförsö is a website that puts animal research into context and explains when and why animal studies are needed. Djurförsö is a joint website of the universities in Lund, Göteborg, Linköping, Uppsala, and Umeå and the Karolinska Institutet, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, and the Swedish Research Council.

Expertanswerexternal link, opens in new window

Expertanswer is a tool for media that helps journalists to find the "right" researcher for an expert commentary, for background information, or to find a new angle on the subject. This media service is created by the universities in Sweden and the KK-foundation, and is run by the Swedish Research Council in collaboration with the other member institutions.

forskning.seexternal link, opens in new window is a nationwide website that provides information on research and research findings by collecting and sorting data on research results, supplementing texts with comprehensible summaries, prioritising clear, straightforward presentations and being committed to the scrutiny of current Swedish research. is owned and developed by ten public authorities and foundations that fund research.

Curieexternal link, opens in new window

Curie is a Swedish web magazine devoted to the world of research, that monitor the latest research trends and let you have your say on the research issues that matter to you. Curie explains and analyses and puts research into context. Curie take the pulse on the decision-makers and examine how their decisions affect the day-to-day lives of researchers. Curie’s columnists and bloggers also give you their take on today’s research world. The magazine is issued by the Swedish Research Council. Curie is a Swedish-language magazine but translating some articles into English.

SweCRISexternal link, opens in new window

SweCRIS is a national contract database containing structured information about Swedish grant funded research projects. ”CRIS” stands for Current Research Information System. SweCRIS allows public access to information regarding Swedish research projects funded by mainly governmental funding agencies but also non profit/privately owned funding agencies and the aim is to include additional funding agencies in the future. SweCRIS is driven by the Swedish Research Council. A steering group has representatives from Swedish funders and universities.

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Updated: 2017-05-15