Norway Grants



Through the EEA and Norway Grants, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway are working closely with other EU partners to help reduce social and economic disparities and further strengthen bilateral cooperation. This cooperation is expected to help Europe to face current and future challenges and make best use of its potential. The Grants aim at contributing to growth and jobs, tackling climate change and energy dependence, and reducing poverty and social exclusion. They also promote bilateral and international cooperation.

The Norway Grants specifically are governed by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs as the decision-making body, and through the Directorate General for European Programmes, Coordination and Development have to date helped fund projects of great importance to Cyprus with an overall funding volume of over €9 million through the Norway Grants alone.


Funding Cycle 2009-2014

CING is proud to announce that following the success of two major research applications has established a Translational Facility which is the first of its kind ...

Funding Cycle 2014-2021

    The CING proudly announces the establishment of a new infrastructure for the diagnosis and therapy of patients by new routine and advanced ...