Bevillingsoversigt

Bevillingsoversigt manchet

2021 kr. 296.938

Luise Ørsted Brandt

Titel og grad:

Assistant professor, PhD

Institution:

The GLOBE Institute, University of Copenhagen

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

Involving a new generation in the production of knowledge on their own historical background using a protein-based approach on archaeological material

2021 kr. 234.910

Ditlev Egeskov Brodersen

Titel og grad:

Professor, PhD

Institution:

Aarhus University

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

Understanding the molecular basis of bacterial survival

2021 kr. 625.000

Hans Bräuner-Osborne

Titel og grad:

Professor, dr. pharm., PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

Discovery of selective nanobodies for orphan G protein-coupled receptors

2021 kr. 3.999.000

Lars Astrup Buchhave

Titel og grad:

Professor

Institution:

DTU Space, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

The Second Earth Initiative

2021 kr. 76.455

Paula Canal-Vergés

Titel og grad:

PhD

Institution:

University of Southern Denmark

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

Evaluating the environmental status and potential for ecosystem restauration in Danish benthic habitats through 3D ecological models and remote sensing via a multicore processor PC

2021 kr. 980.000

Mogens Christensen

Titel og grad:

Professor, PhD

Institution:

Aarhus University

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

Detector for Electron Backscattering Diffraction

2021 kr. 40.000

Han Chow Chua

Titel og grad:

Assistant Professor, PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

Functional dissection of a mechanotransduction complex involved in hearing

2021 kr. 896.000

Dorthe Dahl-Jensen

Titel og grad:

Professor,PhD

Institution:

Københavns Universitet

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

Innovative tools for decrypting a 1 million-year-old ice core from East Antarctica