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iNANO researchers receive DKK 6.5 million from the Carlsberg Foundation for research infrastructure

7 iNANO researchers have received between DKK 100,000 and 2,234,000 from the Carlsberg Foundation for specific instruments. The foundation has awarded a total of DKK 67 million for research infrastructure, which aims to strengthen existing research and enable new ideas. In total DKK 6.5 million has been awarded to iNANO researchers.

03.12.2020 | Lise Refstrup Linnebjerg Pedersen

iNANO researchers receive DKK 6.5 million from the Carlsberg Foundation for research infrastructure.

iNANO researchers receive DKK 6.5 million from the Carlsberg Foundation for research infrastructure.

Congratulations to the following recipients:

Bo Brummerstedt Iversen, Professor
TESCAN Scanning Electron Microscope, DKK 1,500,000

Ebbe S. Andersen, Associate Professor
Optimization of Cryo-EM characterization pipeline for biomolecular nanostructures, DKK 398,437 

Jørgen Kjems, Professor
Measuring macromolecular interactions under native conditions, DKK 900,000

Kenneth Howard, Associate Professor
Checkpoint Inhibitor Bioassay for Next-Generation Immunotherapy Nanomedicines, DKK 100,000 

Mingdong dong, Associate Professor
Fluidic Force Microscope for Single-Cell Manipulation and Analysis, DKK 2,234,000

Rikke Louise Meyer, Associate professor
Confocal microscope upgrade for live cell imaging, DKK 432,898

Thomas Vosegaard, Professor
NMR-based lipidomics for disease detection, DKK 950,000 

The Carlsberg Foundation has just announced in a press release that it has awarded a total of DKK 286 million for projects covering highly diverse subjects such as the experimental welfare state, conversion of CO2 into sustainable basic chemicals, ethical principles for the use of evidence in democratic decision-making, and experimental equipment for the study of quantum components for quantum computing.

Read the press release from the Carlsberg Foundation here.

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