Strategic research – research-based knowledge for society

The Strategic Research Council (SRC) funds high-quality research with great societal relevance and impact. SRC-funded research seeks concrete solutions to grand challenges that require multidisciplinary approaches.

Academy of Finland

The Strategic Research Council (SRC) is an independent body established within the Academy of Finland. The Academy of Finland promotes excellent, responsible and high-impact research and ensures that society can make the best possible use of the results of the research.

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Call texts for two new SRC programmes out now

The call has two stages. The first stage opens on 3 November 2021 and closes on 12 January 2022. The first stage is open to all eligible applicants.

The new programmes are Children and Young People – Healthy, Thriving and Capable Makers of the Future (YOUNG) and Security and Trust in the Age of Algorithms (SHIELD). The cross-cutting priority in both themes is equity.

Events

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Policy briefs

Policy briefs offer research-based information to support decision-making. SRC-funded projects produce a huge amount of research knowledge about Finnish society, and this knowledge should be passed on to policymakers so that it can be used, for example, in the preparation of legislation. A policy brief is a good tool for supporting science communication and promoting the social impact of research.

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Kuvituskuva. Kuvassa näkyvät kädet käyttämässä kannettavaa tietokonetta. Teksti "Ratkaisuja tieteesta.fi"

RatkaisujaTieteesta.fi

The digital solutions cards on the website Ratkaisuja tieteestä (“Solutions from Science”) provide a new pathway to results and solutions produced in SRC-funded research. The site helps policymakers and rapporteurs to find the latest research results, policy briefs and experts.

Go to RatkaisujaTieteesta website (in Finnish)

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