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Bevillingsoversigt

Bevillingsoversigt manchet

2018 kr. 250.000

Jens Bukh

Titel og grad:

Professor

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

Research infrastructure for basic virology laboratory to study virus-host interactions

2018 kr. 1.000.000

Meike Burow

Titel og grad:

Associate Professor

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

High-Throughput Mass Spectrometry for Next Generation Metabolomics

2018 kr. 1.200.000

Ebbe Bødtkjer

Titel og grad:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

Aarhus University

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

Core facility equipment: 2-photon microscope for intravital microscopy

2018 kr. 250.000

Katherine Richardson Christensen

Titel og grad:

Professor, PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

Replacement of FFR Fluorometer and purchase of a profiling fluorometer

2018 kr. 3.500.000

Sanne Lund Clement

Titel og grad:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

Aalborg University

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

Dansk deltagelse i ”International Social Survey Programme” (ISSP) 2019-2024

2018 kr. 240.000

Christian Kroun Damgaard

Titel og grad:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

Aarhus University

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

Analyses of 'circular RNA body' homeostasis and function

2018 kr. 260.000

Niels Daugbjerg

Titel og grad:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

Quantifying stress physiology in phytoplankton cultures and natural communities exposed to different abiotic factors.

2018 kr. 1.000.000

Marianne Glasius

Titel og grad:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

Aarhus University

Bevillingstype:

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Projektnavn:

Instrument facility for molecular understanding of plant-environment interactions