Other large grants and awards

Professor Gregers Rom Andersen (left), Cryo-EM Facility Manager Thomas Boesen and Professor Poul Nissen in front of the Titan-Krios flagship microscope at Aarhus University (photo: Lisbeth Heilesen).

2018.11.08 | Grant

DKK 30 million for high-tech electron microscopes for research in molecular cell biology

The Minister for Higher Education and Science has approved funding for three new research infrastructures, of which DKK 30.76 million goes to EMBION – a research infrastructure for cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) on biological materials.

Researchers are using New Breeding Techniques to improve crop yield and quality. The knowledge they create will be put to practical use in collaboration with the industry. Photo: Colourbox

2018.11.11 | Grant

Modern breeding technology can increase Denmark’s share of the market

Methods that are being developed in a new research project can strengthen Denmark’s competitive edge on the international market for crop seeds.

2018.09.24 | Grant

30 million DKK to develop optimised crops

Together with researchers from the University of Copenhagen and plant breeding companies, Henrik Brinch-Pedersen from the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics has received DKK 30 million from the Innovation Fund Denmark to develop crops with improved properties by the use of CRISPR.

Ditlev E. Brodersen receives DKK 10 mio. from the Novo Nordisk Foundation to study how microorganisms defend themselves. The research will be of great importance for the treatment of infectious diseases in the future. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU-foto.

2018.04.04 | Grant

Ditlev E. Brodersen is among the first to be appointed Novo Nordisk Foundation Hallas-Møller Ascending Investigator

As one of the first researchers in the country, Associate Professor Ditlev E. Brodersen receives the Hallas-Møller Ascending Investigator grant as part of the Novo Nordisk Foundation Research Leader Programme. The 10 mio DKK (ca. Euro 1,342,320) grant will provide Ditlev Brodersen's research lab with opportunities to explore the survival…

Postdoc Peter Refsing Andersen has been awarded a Hallas-Møller Emerging Investigator grant of DKK 10 mio. over the next five years to establish a research group at the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, AU, to study genetic parasites. Photo: Ernst Tobisch.

2018.04.04 | Grant

Peter Refsing Andersen awarded the Hallas-Møller Emerging Investigator grant

Postdoc Peter Refsing Andersen from the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (IMBA) at Vienna BioCenter in Austria has been awarded a Hallas-Møller Emerging Investigator grant of DKK 10 mio. (ca. Euro 1,342,320) over the next five years to establish a research group at the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, AU, to study genetic…

From the opening ceremony: (from left) Jens Peter Holst Lauritsen from the Novo Nordisk Foundation, Jørgen Kjems from MBG and iNANO, Kurt V. Gothelf from Chemistry and iNANO and Ken Howard from MBG and iNANO, and iNANO Center Manager, Trolle Linderoth. Photo: Roar Paaske.

2018.03.21 | Grant

Starting signal for the multifunctional medicine of the future

The potential for the research now being addressed by the Center for Multifunctional Biomolecular Drug Design (CEMBID) at Aarhus University is enormous. The goal is to create a new generation of drugs that can be used to diagnose and treat cancer and atherosclerosis - which together represent two thirds among the causes of death globally.

Jørgen Kjems. Photo: Novo Nordisk Foundation.

2018.01.31 | Awards

Jørgen Kjems awarded the Novo Nordisk Prize 2018

Jørgen Kjems, professor at the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics and iNANO, receives the Novo Nordisk Prize 2018 for his interdisciplinary pioneering studies of how the DNA's biological cousin, RNA, plays a key role in cell regulation and has a huge potential in future disease treatment.

The three recipients of the Innovation Fund Denmark's Grand Solution Prize. Left: Senior Researcher Peter Løvendahl, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University, Project Manager Jan Lassen, Viking Genetics and Chief Scientific Officer Henrik Bjørn Nielsen, The Technical University of Denmark. Photo: Maiken Kestner.

2018.01.29 | Awards

The Innovation Fund Denmark's Grand Solution Prize is awarded to three researchers for their breeding of climate-friendly cows

Peter Løvendahl from the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics at Aarhus University, Jan Lassen from Viking Genetics and Henrik Bjørn Nielsen from the Technical University of Denmark receive the Innovation Fund Denmark's Grand Solution Prize for the breeding of climate-friendly cows, which alone in Denmark ensures a reduced emission…

MAX-IV-laboratory at Lund, Sweden. Photo: ©ABML4.

2018.01.26 | Grant

Novo Nordisk Foundation awards DKK 255 million for establishing the world’s most powerful protein “microscope”

The Novo Nordisk Foundation is supporting the establishment of an ultra-modern research platform in Lund, Sweden. The platform will enable researchers to investigate proteins at a level of detail not previously possible and can thus form the basis for developing new drugs. Researchers from Aarhus University have had a strong impact on the…

Figure: Thomas Boesen

2018.01.24 | Grant

Nordic network in Nobel Prize–winning technology

A new Danish-Swedish research alliance wants to advance understanding of how biological molecules look and behave. With support from the Novo Nordisk Foundation and the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, scientists at four universities in Denmark and Sweden will join forces to create a Nordic network in cryo-electron microscopy, whose…

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