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February 2019 - 15.04.2019

News

20.3.2019

Academy of Finland’s April 2019 Call Texts Out Now

The Academy of Finland has published its April 2019 Call texts. Funding is available for research infrastructures  and Academy Programmes. The application can be submitted from 2 to 24 April…
23.12.2018

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Aurora team!

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15.11.2018

We Have Developed Aurora on the Basis of User Feedback

It has been around half a year since the Aurora database opened with a new platform. During this time we have received feedback on the functions as well as the…
3.9.2018

Aurora Database Has Received an Award of Recognition

Aurora database received recognition for its work on research funding on 24 August during the Research Service Days organized in Helsinki. The award was given by Finn-ARMA, the network of Finnish universities’…
6.7.2018

Academy of Finland’s September 2018 Call Text Out Now

The Academy of Finland today published the call text for the upcoming September 2018 call. The call text is available in English, Finnish and Swedish. Applications can be submitted in…
25.5.2018

The Data Protection Notice of Aurora Database Has Been Refined

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has come into effect on 25 May 2018. We have refined our Data Protection Notice during the spring by specifying the use…

What is Aurora Database?

On Aurora database you can search for Finnish funding opportunities in sciences and arts, for both project funding and personal grants. The database lists funding of over 400 organisations and new funding opportunities are constantly added on to keep the database up to date. The information on Aurora is collected directly from the funding organisations.

The database is available for use free of charge. Users should verify all information from the funding organisations e.g. through their websites which will also provide more detailed application information.

The Aurora services are produced by the University of Turku. The funding for Aurora comes from Universities Finland UNIFI, The Rector´s Conference of Finnish Universities of Applied Sciences Arene and the Council of Finnish Foundations.