Posdocstipendium | 06/11/2017
Lasse Sørensen | This postdoctoral research generated new knowledge about the provenance and exchange of rare prestigious objects, such as jadeite axes, obsidian artefacts and cinnabar in the Aegean Neolithic and Bronze Age. The investigation centred on brewer Carl Jacobsen’s collection of stone artefacts, together with other prehistoric sites and quarrying places.
Postdoctoral Fellowship | 15/05/2017
Danish seismologist Inge Lehmann (1888-1993) is best known for presenting the first evidence of the Earth’s inner core in 1936. Her active research career as a seismologist began in 1928, continued well into the 1970s, and earned her the reputation as “the grande dame” of modern seismology.
Postdoc-stipendier i Danmark | 17/01/2017
Estelle Bourdon | This project has focused on 3D-preserved specimens from the Early Eocene Fur Formation (Mo-Clay) of Denmark, which are among the most exquisite Early Cenozoic fossil birds. Researchers report the oldest roller (Coracii), Septencoracias, based on a new fossil from the Fur Formation (about 54 million years ago).
Postdoc-stipendium i Danmark | 21/12/16
Elizabeth Neilson | As sessile organisms, plants must possess mechanisms to tolerate a wide range of abiotic and biotic stresses throughout their lifetime. In order to cope under the constant pressure of herbivory and pathogen attach as well as challenging environmental conditions and even catastrophic events, plants must be plastic to survive.
Postdoc-stipendium i Danmark | 24/11/2016
Henrik Hjarvard de Fine Licht | Why do some pathogens infect a new host species virtually on first encounter, whereas other pathogens never manage to infect new host species despite repeated exposure?
Postdoc-stipendium i Danmark | 14/10/2016
Peter Ulf Møller | By publishing for the first time a very substantial portion of the Russian archival records of Bering’s expeditions, our project will shed light on an important, but hitherto underexposed chapter in the history of geographical exploration.
Kaare H. Jensen | Green plants are earth’s primary solar energy collectors. They harvest the energy of the sun by converting light energy into chemical energy, stored in the bonds of sugar molecules.
Mogens Brøndsted Nielsen | The Sun occupies the most abundant form of energy, but periods of supply do not always match periods of demand. Therefore finding solutions for storing solar energy is a major challenge.
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Carlsbergfondet står i spidsen for Carlsberg Group og har majoriteten af stemmerne i virksomheden. Fondet har også ansvar for Ny Carlsbergfondet, Tuborgfondet, Det Nationalhistoriske Museum, Carlsberg Laboratorium og de frie forskningsmidler.