New funding for research infrastructure
The Carlsberg Foundation has awarded DKK 4.460.000 in total for research infrastructure for iNANO researchers. This new equipment will be used for research in circular RNA, functional materials, immunotherapy and much more.
The Carlsberg Foundation has granted more than DKK 46 million to building research infrastructure in Denmark. iNANO researchers receive DKK 4.460.000 of these funds to purchase equipment for the activities listed below:
- Associate Professor Kenneth Howard, Activity: An Äkta start system for purification of advanced immunotherapy drugs. Amount: DKK 60,000
- Professor Jørgen Kjems, Activity: Deciphering the role of circular RNA in mammalian brain development. Amount: DKK 750,000
- Associate Professor Jeppe Vang Lauritsen, Activity: Instrument for surface characterization of electrified nanomaterials. Amount: DKK 1600,000
- Assistant Professor Nina Lock, Activity: Structural studies of functional materials for catalysis. Amount: DKK 550,000
Associate Professor Marianne Glasius and Associate Professor Henrik have also received funding from the Carlsberg Foundation. Read also about Glasius' and Birkedal's grants in a previous announcement here.
- Associate Professor Marianne Glasius, Activity: Instrument facility for molecular understanding of plant-environment interactions. Amount: DKK 1000,000
- Associate Professor Henrik Birkedal, Activity: 3D element mapping in complex hierarchical materials by X-ray fluorescence tomography. Amount: DKK 500,000
Congratulations to all of the recipients.