Ordinance To The Law On Research Advice, Etc.

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse af lov om forskningsrådgivning m.v.

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Law area

Chapter 2 Definitions

Chapter 3 danich Council

Chapter 4 independent research

Chapter 5 the Danish Strategic Research Council

Chapter 6 Coordination Committee

Chapter 6 (a) Participation in international research cooperation

Chapter 7 Committees on scientific dishonesty

Chapter 8 miscellaneous provisions

Chapter 9 entry into force, etc., The full text of the Ordinance to the law on research advice, etc.

Hereby promulgated law on research advice, etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 658 of 19. June 2007, with the changes imposed by § 1 of lov nr. 552 of 17. June 2008.

The announced legislative text relating to the heading to section 26 and section 26 applies only from the 1. January 2009, see. section 3, paragraph 3, of law No. 552 of 17. June 2008 amending the law on research advice, etc. and the tax assessment Act and repealing the law on approval of certain research activities. (Research training, research collaboration with the Faroe Islands and Greenland, the committees on scientific dishonesty, etc.).

Chapter 1

Law area

§ 1. For the reinforcement of research quality, coordination and internationalisation of Danish research and dissemination and use of research results reduces the Minister of science, technology and innovation of Denmark Forskningspoli TICAL Advice, free advice, linkages with The Research for strategic research and the Coordination Committee.

(2). For validation of the scientific probity in Danish research reduces the Minister for science, technology and Development Committees on scientific dishonesty, see. section 31.

(3). Danich Council has for main objective is to ensure the Minister of science, technology and innovation, the Folketing and the Government an independent expert research and policy advice. The Council has only an advisory function, see. § 3.

(4). Independent research has both a stock feature and an advisory function. The Council has for main objective to support specific research activities based on the researchers ' own initiatives and provide technical advice in related research, see. sections 7 and 8.

(5). It has both a Fund for strategic research function and an advisory function. The Council has for main objective to support research in the field of political priority and thematically delimited areas of research and provide technical advice in related research, see. sections 17 and 18.

(6). The Coordination Committee responsible for the coordination of the public fund function for research, see. § 25. The Committee also distributes funds for research training and carries out special advisory cases, see. sections 26 and 27.

(7). Councils and the Committee in paragraphs 4 to 6 shall together ensure that all governmental research funding, there is no base appropriations linked to specific institutions or funding for research-based consultancy, will be awarded in open competition and after a research academic quality assessment.

Chapter 2

Definitions

§ 2. In this Act, the term:





1) recognised researchers: people, who for a number of years on a scientific level, actively involved in research, and which are at least associate professor or senior level.

2 Research savvy): people at PhD level, which for a number of years, either at national or international level have gained insight in or experience of accomplishing research tasks or at management level in an institution, organization or company has dealt extensively with research administration, research management, research dissemination or research policy.

3) scientific misconduct: Forgery, manufacture, plagiarism and other serious violations of good scientific practice that is committed intentionally or grossly negligently, by planning, conducting or reporting research results.





Chapter 3

Danich Council

§ 3. Danich Council gives the Minister of science, technology and innovation research policy advice. The Folketing and any minister can obtain research policy advice from the Council. The advice is done upon request or on its own initiative.

(2). Tasks include comprehensive advice on Danish and international research policy for the benefit of society, including on:





1) framework conditions for research.

2) research grants.

3) Greater national and international research initiatives.

4) Development in the national research strategy.

5) Denmark's role and position in the international research cooperation.

6) research training and researcher recruitment.





(3). The advice must be based on evidence and research policy analysis. Independent research, strategic research and Coordination Committee is as part of this, required to provide advice to the Council within their areas.

(4). The Council for Technology and Innovation and the relevant institutions and organisations can, on request, provide advice to the Council.

(5). The Council has the task to strengthen the dissemination of Danish research policy.

(6). The Council shall submit an annual report on Danish research policy that contains the Danish Research Council's assessment of general development, quality in the international context and societal relevance. The Council is carrying out a consultation over the annual report.

§ 4. Danich Council consists of a Chairman and eight members.

(2). The President of the Council and other members should be recognised researchers or research savvy, which together represents insight in research at universities, government research institutions, research institutes under the Ministry of culture and in business. At least half must be recognised researchers.

(3). The Minister of science, technology and development shall appoint the Chairperson and eight members in their personal capacity. The Chairman and the other members shall be appointed for a period of 3 years. Genudpegning can happen only once. If a member leaves prematurely, a new Member may be appointed for less than three years.

(4). The Council shall draw up the rules of procedure, which must be approved by the Minister of science, technology and development.

§ 5. The Minister of science, technology and innovation can lay down detailed rules for the danich Council work.

§ 6. Danich Council opinions cannot be brought before another administrative authority.

Chapter 4

Independent Research

Stock feature

§ 7. Independent research to support Danish research based on the researchers ' own initiatives within both individual scientific areas of research and multidisciplinary research. The Council may in special cases support political priority instruments within the Danish research, where there are given equitable powers.

(2). The aid shall be granted on application to specific research activities and include, inter alia:





1) research groups.

2) Research infrastructure, including operating grants and appliances.

3) research networks.

4) international cooperation.

5) research education.

6) research consortia.





(3). The Council can also hand out grants for individual fellowships.

(4). The Council can both provide support for specific research activities, see. paragraph 2, and for special initiatives, see. section 11, paragraph 5.

(5). The Council must contribute to strengthening the dissemination and application of research results.

(6). The Council may, within its purpose provide grants for exploratory activities.

(7). In connection with the performance of the Fund function gives the Council furthermore research professional advice within all scientific research areas to applicants and other stakeholders.

Advisory function

§ 8. Independent research provides the Minister of science, technology and innovation research professional advice within all scientific research areas. The Folketing and any minister can obtain corresponding research professional advice from the Council. The advice is done upon request or on its own initiative.

(2). The Council may, upon request, assist public institutions with research professional advice. The Council shall assist, on request, the accreditation institution with research professional advice.

(3). The Council may, upon request, provide technical advice to private research institutions.

(4). The Council can provide the advice referred to in paragraph 1. paragraph, and (3) by assigning the names of reputable researchers outside the Council, if the desired assistance as regards assessment of the applications submitted to other granting institutions.

(5). The Council shall deliver each year to the Minister for science, technology and development, a report on its activities.

Structure and competencies

§ 9. Independent research consists of a Board and a number of professional Research Council.

§ 10. The Board consists of a Chairman and eight members, all of which must be recognized researchers. The Board of Directors shall designate by his Constitution a Vice-President.

(2). The Minister of science, technology and development shall appoint the Chairperson and the members in their personal capacity. The appointment comes after open lookup.


(3). The Management Board shall be appointed for a period of 4 years. Genudpegning can be done for 2 years. If a member leaves prematurely, a new Member may be appointed for less than 4 years.

(4). The Management Board shall draw up the rules of procedure.

§ 11. The Board of Directors shall set up and name at its own discretion up to six Professional Research Council.

(2). The Board of Directors shall determine the boundaries between the councils and must ensure that the councils cover all scientific research areas, and that the split between the Councils regularly adapted to the research professional development.

(3). The Management Board shall inform the Coordination Committee on initiatives in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2.

(4). The Board has not even the concession of jurisdiction, but distribute the free research appropriations between the academic research Council.

(5). The Board of Directors may, on the basis of an assessment of Councils activities benefits up to a fifth of appropriations for special initiatives, including interdisciplinary and cross-Council initiatives.

(6). Funds for special initiatives, see. paragraph 5 shall be allocated by the technical Research Council. The Board of Directors may decide that one or more Council allocates funds.

§ 12. The Board of Directors has alone in the General administrative affairs an instructional power than for the academic research Council.

(2). The Board is responsible for the research uppermost professional advice, as provided under section 8.

§ 13. The professional Research Council exercised in their territory the Fund function pursuant to section 7 and shall assist the Board with advice give ningsfunktionen pursuant to section 8.

§ 14. All members of the academic research Council must be recognised researchers.

(2). The Minister of science, technology and development appoints the members in their personal capacity and therefore that in the individual Council achieved the widest professional coverage within the Council's work.

(3). Independent research may establish an interdisciplinary research Council, which may consist of members appointed by the Minister of science, technology and development in accordance with paragraph 2, to perform multidisciplinary tasks.

(4). Members of the academic research Council are appointed for a period of 4 years. Genudpegning can be done for 2 years. If a member leaves prematurely, a new Member may be appointed for less than 4 years.

(5). Each Council elects itself and elects from among its members a Chairman.

(6). Each Council shall draw up the rules of procedure, which must be approved by the Board of Directors of The independent research.

§ 15. The Minister of science, technology and innovation may lay down detailed rules concerning:





1) The Free Research Council grant general assumptions in connection with Fund feature.

2) Council financial reporting.

3) Council call for applications and the requirements to do so.

4) Council proceedings in connection with the Fund's function. The Minister may determine, including that for a given scope to involve external experts in evaluating applications.

5) Council award of fellowships for researchers and persons undergoing research training.

6) Council access to delegation within the Council or to the Secretariat of the concession and advisory jurisdiction.





(2). The Minister of science, technology and innovation can establish formal requirements, including electronic communications, and deadlines in connection with the conditions in paragraph 1, no. 3-5, including provide that failure to comply with formal requirements and deadlines will result in the application may be rejected.

§ 16. The Board of Directors and the professional Research Council decisions cannot be brought before another administrative authority, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). The Minister of science, technology and innovation can lay down rules that are complaining about legal issues in connection with decisions of the professional research councils or by the body, which the Council has delegated responsibility for authorization, may be brought before the Minister.

Chapter 5

The Danish Strategic Research Council

Stock feature

§ 17. The Danish Council for strategic research provides support for research in the field of political priority and thematically delimited research areas, including initiatives that are delineated according to their content.

(2). The Council ensures the distribution of research programmes referred to in paragraph 1 in the form of, inter alia:





1) research groups.

2) Research infrastructure, including operating grants and appliances.

3) research networks.

4) international cooperation.

5) research education.

6) research consortia.





(3). In connection with the distribution of paragraph 2, the Council handing out grants for PhD scholarships, etc.

(4). The Council must work for research collaboration with the Faroe Islands and Greenland.

(5). The Council must contribute to strengthening the dissemination and application of research results.

(6). The Council should contribute to an increased interaction between public and private research. The Council must actively seek to make visible their own strategic research efforts of relevant private stakeholders in order to attract funds from foundations and corporations to sam fi nan sie prepared research projects.

(7). The Council must of its own motion, seek out new research trends and can launch initiatives in the light of this, if the Danish Parliament earmarked funding. The Council can than we they re with full or partial funding from other sam 2600 partners launch initiatives in the light of new research nings trends.

(8). In connection with the performance of the Fund function gives the Council furthermore research professional advice in the field of political priority and thematically delimited research areas to applicants and other stakeholders.

Advisory function

§ 18. The Danish Strategic Research Council gives the Minister of science, technology and innovation research professional advice in the field of political priority and thematically delimited fields of research. The Folketing and any minister can obtain corresponding research professional advice from the Council. The advice is done upon request or on its own initiative.

(2). The Council shall, within the individual Ministers distribution of governmental research funding, there is no base appropriations linked to a particular institution or funding for research-based consultancy, approve the distribution procedure and make a research professional assessment of applications received. On that basis, the individual Ministers handing out the funds among the applicants, the Council has found support.

(3). The Council may, upon request, assist public institutions with technical advice on policy research priority and thematically delimited fields of research.

(4). The Council may, upon request, provide technical advice on policy research priority and thematically delimited research areas to private institutions.

(5). The Council also must of its own motion, seek out new research trends, see. section 17, paragraph 7.

(6). The Council shall deliver each year to the Minister for science, technology and development, a report on its activities.

Structure and competencies

§ 19. The Danish Strategic Research Council consists of a Board and a very limited number of programme committees.

§ 20. The Board consists of a Chairman and eight members.

(2). The Minister of science, technology and development shall appoint the Chairperson and one member. The other members are appointed by the Minister after openly spread.

(3). The Management Board shall be composed of recognized researchers and research-savvy, that represent user interests. The Chairman and the other members must also have insight into and experience with the safeguarding of strategic research priorities in Danish and in the international context.

(4). The Board of Directors must together represent expertise in all major academic research interests in both the public and private research system. Competencies include insights into:





1) basic research and education.

2) Strategic Research, including sector research and research in hospitals.

3) Cooperation between firms and public research institutions.

4) technological development and innovation.

5) international research cooperation.

6) research training.

7) human resources and social processes.





(5). The President and eight members are appointed in their personal capacity. The Management Board shall be appointed for a period of 4 years. Genudpegning can be done for 2 years. If a member leaves prematurely, a new Member may be appointed for less than 4 years.

(6). The Management Board shall draw up the rules of procedure.

§ 21. The Board of Directors may at its own discretion to a very limited extent establish a number of program committees of appropriations jurisdiction to support research on policy defined and thematically delimited fields of research, see. section 17, paragraph 1.

(2). The Board shall determine the number of programme committees and their delimitation in relation to each other. The Board must ensure that the number be kept at the lowest possible level, and that all committees shall end when their task is completed.

(3). The Board of Directors may transfer appropriations jurisdiction as referred to in paragraph 1 to the Commission for scientific research in Greenland.

(4). The Management Board shall inform the Coordination Committee on ini initiatives in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2.


(5). The Board has not even the concession of jurisdiction, but distribute the strategic programme funds for programme committees, Commission for scientific research in Greenland or in some cases to one or more of the academic research Council, see. § 9.

(6). If the Board considers that the implementation of a budget appropriation includes more than one technical program Committee, the Board of Directors may decide that several program committees or the Commission for scientific research in Greenland together with one or several programme committees should process the applications for the program of the Association and decide which one authority (Joint Committee).

(7). When the Joint Committee has taken a final decision in accordance with paragraph 6, puts the power to approve technical and budgetary reporting in one of the programme committees.

(8). All members of a Committee must be recognised researchers. The members are appointed by the Board of Directors.

§ 22. The Board of Directors has alone in the General administrative affairs an instructional competence in the face of program committees. Where one or more of the specialised Research Council or Got mis sio nen for scientific research in Greenland is assigned duties under section 21 (5) of the code, the Board of Directors has the same power in the face of these councils.

(2). The Board is responsible for the research uppermost professional advice, as provided under section 18, as the Board of Directors, however, can reduce sagsforberedende program Committee consisting of renowned researchers to assist them with advisory function or, Alternatively, at the request of the Board of Directors of The independent research obtain the same assistance from one or more of the technical Research Council.

§ 23. The Minister of science, technology and innovation may lay down detailed rules concerning:





1) the Strategic Research Council grant general assumptions in connection with Fund feature.

2) Council financial reporting.

3) Council call for applications and the requirements to do so.

4) Council proceedings in connection with the Fund's function. The Minister may determine, including that for a given scope to involve external experts in evaluating applications.

5) Council award of fellowships for researchers and persons undergoing research training, see. section 17, paragraph 3.

6) Council access to delegation within the Council or to the Secretariat of the concession and advisory jurisdiction.





(2). The Minister of science, technology and innovation can establish formal requirements, including electronic communications, and deadlines in connection with the conditions in paragraph 1, no. 3-5, including provide that failure to comply with formal requirements and deadlines will result in the application may be rejected.

§ 24. The Board of Directors, program committees, Commission for scientific research in Greenland and the academic research Council decisions cannot be brought before another administrative authority, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). The Minister of science, technology and innovation can lay down rules that are complaining about legal issues in the context of decisions taken by the programme committees, by the Commission for scientific research in Greenland, of the professional research councils or by the body, as the Programme Committee or Council has delegated responsibility for authorization, may be brought before the Minister.

Chapter 6

The Coordination Committee

Coordination of the Fund's function

§ 25. The Coordination Committee aims to promote cooperation on the Fund function between independent research, strategic research, the Danish National Research Foundation, national advanced technology Foundation, the Council for Technology and Innovation and the rest of the research system and the relationship between the Fund and other government research grants.

(2). The Committee coordinates the work and task solution in the three councils and in the two funds, see. (1). In this connection, the Committee should contribute to the promotion and coordination of Danish research international activities. To this end it shall inform the three councils and the two funds at least once a year the Committee on their international activities.

(3). The Committee shall draw up common, uniform, binding guidelines for The Free ERC and the Strategic Research Council's exercise of stock feature, see. sections 7 and 17.

(4). In cases relating to the coordination of the Fund's function, the Committee is a consensus body and has no decisive authority over the rest of the Danish system. When drawing up the guidelines after paragraph 3, however, the Committee shall take its decision by ordinary majority vote.

Research training

section 26 1). The Coordination Committee allocates funds for research training within all main scientific areas. The Committee allocates funds for independent research and research training strategic research.

(2). The Committee may, in connection with the distribution of training funds happens to lay down detailed requirements for the use of the funds.

(3). In the cases covered by paragraphs 1 and 2, the Committee shall take its decision by ordinary majority vote.

Special counselling cases

§ 27. Coordination Committee may, upon request, assist the Minister for science, technology and innovation in special advisory cases. The Minister may provide that the Committee will provide its advice after prior consultation by national or international experts.

(2). In relation to the tasks referred to in paragraph 1, the Committee may, after the Minister's request benefits any special funding for independent research and strategic research. In this connection, the Committee may lay down detailed requirements for the use of appropriations.

(3). To use for the performance of the tasks referred to in paragraph 1, the Committee may obtain advice from the expert committees set up for this purpose.

(4). In the cases covered by paragraphs 1 to 3 shall take the Committee decision by ordinary majority vote.

Structure and competencies

section 28. The Coordination Committee shall consist of a Chairman and seven members.

(2). The Committee is made up of Board Chairpersons of the independent research, the Danish Strategic Research Council and the Danish National Research Foundation, two members nominated by the rectors, one member nominated by the Director of the governmental research College, one member nominated by the Council for Technology and Innovation and one member nominated by the Danish national advanced technology foundation.

(3). In cases where the Chairman of the Board for independent research, the Danish Strategic Research Council or the Danish National Research Foundation is unable to attend at the meetings of the Committee, the relevant Council or Fund can be represented by a Vice-President.

(4). The administrative manager for, among other things. Independent research and strategic research, see. section 35, paragraph 2, the administrative manager of the Danish National Research Foundation and the administrative manager of the Danish national advanced technology Foundation is participating as observers in the meetings of the Committee.

(5). The Minister of science, technology and development shall appoint the five members, which is set pursuant to paragraph 2. The members are appointed for a period of 4 years. Genudpegning can be done for 2 years. If a member leaves prematurely, a new Member may be appointed for less than 4 years.

(6). The Committee has been formed for a period of 4 years and chooses from among its members a Chairman.

(7). The Committee shall draw up the rules of procedure, which must be approved by the Minister of science, technology and development.

section 29. (Repealed)

section 30. The Coordination Committee preferences and opinions cannot be brought before another administrative authority.

Chapter 6 (a)

Participation in international research cooperation

section 30 (a). Independent research and the Strategic Research Council can as part of the work with the internationalisation of Danish research, see. section 1, paragraph 1, participate in international research cooperation within each Council Fund function, if the cooperation of the boards are deemed to be for the benefit of Danish research.

(2). The boards may as part of the work in accordance with paragraph 1 may decide to allocate up to 20 per cent of the individual appropriation of the annual finance laws to international forums, where it is not contrary to the concession conditions, see. However, paragraphs 3 and 4. Where an international research cooperation is thematically delimited, without prejudice. section 17, paragraph 1, contracts the boards among themselves, which of the two Councils involved, and independent research may participate in international activities, which is narrower than that defined under section 7 (1).

(3). The boards can only allocate funds to international forums, if boards have ensured that the funds will be distributed in an open competition and after a research academic quality assessment, see. section 1, paragraph 7.

(4). The distribution of funds to international forums will require approval by the Minister of science, technology and development, as regards the legal framework for the International Forum's allocation of resources, its general authorisation conditions and its financial reporting.

(5). The boards must ensure the ongoing coordination of the work.

Chapter 7

Committees on scientific dishonesty

section 31. Committees on scientific dishonesty are tasked to deal with cases involving scientific misconduct raised by review, and which is relevant to:





1) research carried out in Denmark,

2) research done by individuals with employment in Denmark or

3) research conducted with Danish public support.






(2). As regards scientific products prepared in private, matter can only be processed if the private company etc. wanted to be covered by the committees of jurisdiction or want to contribute to the enlightenment.

(3). Committees may examine any matter, of its own motion, if the cases are of interest or of importance to human health, animal health, and where there is a good reason to believe scientific misconduct.

(4). If the Committees notes that in a case in the absence of scientific misconduct, can the committees:





1) Inform the defendant's employer if he or she is employed as a researcher.

2) Recommends that scientific work must be withdrawn.

3) inform the concerned public authority, which oversees the area.

4) Make a police report, in the case of a criminal offence.

5) on special request from an appointing authority, express an opinion on the degree of scientific misconduct.





(5). The Chairman shall decide in legal issues, see. section 32 (2).

(6). The committees publish an annual report on their activities.

section 32. Committees on scientific dishonesty consists of one or more committees covering all scientific areas of research.

(2). The Chairman of the committees shall be a high court judge.

(3). The Minister of science, technology and development shall determine the number of members. For every Member must also be an alternate. Members and alternates shall all be recognized researchers, which together cover all scientific research fields, see. section 36 (2).

(4). The Chairman shall be appointed by the Minister of science, technology and development, upon a proposal from the courts. The members and alternates shall be appointed by the Minister in their personal capacity after consultation of independent research. The Chairman, the other members and the alternates shall be appointed for a period of 4 years. Genudpegning can be done for 2 years. If a member or alternate resigns prematurely, a new Member or a new alternate member shall be appointed for less than 4 years.

(5). The committees shall draw up the rules of procedure, which must be approved by the Minister of science, technology and development.

section 33. The Minister of science, technology and innovation can lay down detailed rules for the committees on Scientific Dishonesty.

§ 34. Committees on Scientific Dishonesty decisions cannot be brought before another administrative authority.

Chapter 8

Various provisions

section 35. Secretariat of the control of the Danish Research Policy Council chaired by the Ministry of science, Technology and Development.

(2). Independent research, strategic research, Coordination Committee and Committees on scientific dishonesty Secretariat is operated by an independent secretariat.

(3). The Minister of science, technology and innovation, or the one who shall be authorised by the Minister for that purpose, shall supervise the implementation of appropriations and the legality in the context of The Free Research Council, the Strategic Research Council and Coordination Committee work.

§ 36. Members of one of the bodies covered by the Act or by the Danish National Research Foundation's Board of Directors may not sit in any of the other of the law included the bodies.

(2). The provision in paragraph 1 shall not, however, prevent a member of a professional Research Council can be a member of an interdisciplinary research and a program Committee or a program Committee or vice versa, without prejudice to article. Article 21, paragraph 1, and section 22, paragraph 2, 1. point matching applies to the members of the Coordination Committee, whose membership included of their duties, in accordance with article 3. section 28 (2), and for members of the committees on scientific dishonesty, as well as alternates, see. section 32 (3). A sagsforberedende Programme Committee referred to in article 6. section 22, paragraph 2, can be made up in whole or in part of members from the Strategic Research Council's program committees.

section 37. The Danish Council for strategic research and can receive grants from other sources than the State. Non-governmental funds must be kept separate from Government funds.

section 38. Grant giving under this law may require subsidies paid, if the grant conditions are not complied with.

§ 39. Independent research and the Strategic Research Council must publish indicative guidelines for their authorization to practice.

§ 40. The law is revised in the Folketing year 2009-10 on the basis of an evaluation of the Danish system.

section 40 (a). The Minister of science, technology and innovation can empower a government agency created under the Ministry or after negotiation with the concerned minister, other governmental authorities to exercise the powers conferred in this Act the Minister of science, technology and innovation.

(2). The Minister of science, technology and innovation can lay down rules about access to appeal against decisions taken pursuant to the authority in accordance with paragraph 1, including that decisions should not be subject to appeal.

(3). The Minister of science, technology and innovation can lay down rules governing the exercise of the powers of another government agency after negotiation with the concerned minister will be authorized to exercise under paragraph 1.

Chapter 9

Entry into force, etc.

§ 41. The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2004. At the same time repealed the law on research advice, etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 676 of 19. August 1997.

(2). Rules laid down on the basis of the law on research advice, etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 676 of 19. August 1997, shall remain in force until they are repealed or replaced by regulations issued pursuant to this Act.

(3). The Chairman and the members of the current Danish Research Council joins as Chairman and members of the Research Policy Council and continues until the end of their current term of genudpegning, if genudpegning could be based on the existing rules.

(4). The current governmental Research Council's rights and duties will be taken over by the independent research and strategic research, see. sections 7 and 17.

(5). The current governmental Research Council continues as professional Research Council after this Act, until the Board of Directors of The independent research has defined the boundaries between councils and set up professional Research Council pursuant to this Act.

(6). The members of the current governmental research councils can be re-designated for the academic research Council, if they are in accordance with the existing rules could be re-designated to the concerned governmental Research Council.

(7). The current programme committees continues until they have fulfilled their duties imposed by the current Research forum. After killing of Research forum refers to the Board of Directors for The program committees for strategic research.

(8). The Minister of science, technology and innovation in the context of the implementation of the law may derogate from the provisions concerning the length of appointment for the members of the Board of Directors of The independent research and for the Danish Strategic Research Council, see. section 10, paragraph 3, and article 20, paragraph 5.




Act No. 418 of 8. May 2006 includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 2

The law shall enter into force on the 1. June 2006. 2)




Act No. 295 of 27. March 2007, includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 3

The law shall enter into force on the 1. April 2007. 3)




Act No. 552 of 17. June 2008 includes the following entry-into-force provision:



§ 3

(1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. September 2009. 4)

(2). The time of entry into force of § 1, nr. 3, 33 and 34 shall be determined by the Minister of science, technology and development. 5)

(3). § 1, nr. 27 and 28, shall enter into force on the 1. January 2009. 6)

(4). (Omitted).
Ministry of science, technology and innovation, the 11. December 2008 Helge Sander/Jesper Schaumburg-Müller Official notes 1) the specified wording of the heading to section 26 and section 26 (science education) shall enter into force on the 1. January 2009, see. section 3, paragraph 3, of law No. 552 of 17. June 2008. Until then please refer to the wording of lovbekendtgørelse nr. 658 of 19. June 2007.

2 Amendment relates to paragraph 7), paragraph 1, article 10, paragraph 2, article 11, paragraph 4, article 14, paragraph 1, article 16, article 17, paragraphs 1 and 4, article 21, paragraphs 4 and 5, article 22, paragraph 1 1. section, § 24, § 28, paragraphs 1-4, section 30 (a) and section 36, paragraph 2, 1. PT.

3 Amendment relates to section 8), paragraph 2 2. PT.

4) Commencement of that provision to paragraph 1 relates to section 1, paragraphs 6 and 7, section 3, paragraph 6, 2. paragraph, article 8, paragraph 4, article 10, paragraph 1, 2. paragraph, article 11, paragraph 4, 2. paragraph, article 12, paragraph 2 2. paragraph, article 14, paragraph 3, article 15, paragraph 1, no. 6, section 15, paragraph 2, article 16, article 17, paragraph 4, article 18, paragraph 2, 1. paragraph, article 18, paragraph 5, article 21, paragraph 3-7, section 22 (1), (2). paragraph, article 22, paragraph 2 2. paragraph, article 23, paragraph 1, no. 6. Article 23, paragraph 2, § 24, § 25, paragraph 1, article 25, paragraph 2, 1. and (3). paragraph, article 25, paragraph 4, the heading to § 27, § 27, § 28, paragraph 3, section 29, article 32, paragraph 4, 1. paragraph, article 36, paragraph 2, 1. and (3). paragraph, section 40 and paragraph 40 (a).

5 date of entry into force of that provision to paragraph 2 concerns) § 2, nr. 3, and section 31, paragraphs 1 to 3, which entered into force on 1 January. December 2008, see. Executive Order No. 1130 of 24. November 2008.

6) Effective provision paragraph 3 relates to the heading to section 26 and section 26.