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DKK 70.2 million for 17 green AU projects

Seventeen researchers from Aarhus University have won grants from the Independent Research Fund Denmark for research projects that contribute to the green transition.

2020.11.04 | Ida Hammerich Nielson

[Translate to English:] 17 AU-forskere får bevillinger til grønne forskningsprojekter. Billede: Colorbox

The article is based on a press release from DFF

The transition to a more sustainable society is one of the major challenges of our time. Independent Research Fund Denmark (DFF) has awarded DKK 333 million to 65 research projects aimed at contributing to this green transition. Seventeen of the 65 grant recipients are AU researchers. Nine are from Technical Sciences, seven from Natural Sciences and one is from Aarhus BSS.

The funding will be used to support the work of talented researchers in order to generate original new ideas and research breakthroughs in regard to the climate, nature and the environment.

Read about the grant recipients from NAT

Read about the grant recipients from TECH

Read about the grant recipient from Aarhus BSS

See the list of all 65 projects

Read the DFF press release

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