Researchers with a connection to the Danish National Research Foundation are among 202 recipients who have received grants from the Independent Research Fund Denmark to explore new and original research ideas. With the grants, the Independent Research Fund Denmark has awarded a total of 696 million DKK across a wide range of scientific disciplines and research areas.
The Independent Research Fund Denmark recently funded 202 researchers with grants for their new and original research ideas. Several researchers with a connection to the DNRF are among the 202 recipients, who represent a wide range of scientific disciplines and research areas across the country. The grant from the Independent Research Fund Denmark is divided into the categories “Research project 1” and “Research project 2,” which are differentiated both by the amount and the grant period.
The recipients who are part of one of the DNRF’s Centers of Excellence or another funding instrument include Associate Professor Laura Feldt from Center for Medieval Literature (CML) at the Southern University of Denmark; head of center Jørgen Kjems from the Centre for Cellular Signal Patterns (CellPat) at Aarhus University; post-doc Christine Jeanneret from the Center for Privacy Studies (PRIVACY) at the University of Copenhagen; Professor Eva Hoffmann from the Center for Chromosome Stability (CCS) at the University of Copenhagen; Professor Morten Bennedsen, who holds one of the DNRF Niels Bohr Professorships; and Professor Mads Brandbyge from the Center for Nanostructured Graphene (CNG) at the Technical University of Denmark. Below you can find more information about each research project from the researchers listed above.