Protein research and process development within the area of Biologics:

Protein research and process development for biologics – smaller projects

Closed 15 January 2019

This offer shall support smaller collaborative projects with the potential to develop new knowledge and technologies that contribute to increased competence and competitiveness within the field of biologics.

The offer in brief

What can you apply for?

Collaborative projects within industrial research or experimental development with a focus on protein research and process development.

Who can apply?

Projects that involve at least one company with research, development or production in Sweden and at least one academic party, from a university, university college or research institute.

How much can you apply for?

Projects can be approved for grants of up to SEK 5 million for a project period between one and three years. Co-financing is required.

Important dates

  • How to apply

    To apply for funding, you need to complete an application form in our application portal, Intressentportalen. The form contains questions about your project, project members and budget.

    Allow enough time to complete the application

    Keep in mind that it can take several days to gather the information you need to complete your application, so it’s a good idea to start early. That way, you can save your details and come back to your application, making adjustments until you submit it.

    Any questions?

    If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.

    Mats Jarekrans


    46 8 473 3185

    Margareta Danielsson


    46 8 473 3152

    Jonas Tranell


    46 8 473 3073

    Therese Porsklint


    46 8 473 3028

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    Selection of fund­ed pro­jects

    Project title Coordinator Grant Status Reference number
    CARdiac Mesenchymal Extracellular Vesicles (CARMEV) for prevention of ischemic heart failure Uppsala universitet SEK 4 191 500 Ongoing 2019-00129
    Soft Sensors for In-line Real-Time Monitoring of Critical Quality Attributes in Bioproduction Linköpings universitet SEK 5 000 000 Ongoing 2019-00130
    Page statistics Reference number 2018-02609