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Six ambitious research managers from the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at UCPH and their important research projects have each received DKK 10 million to support them in their work.
The Faculty of Science at the University of Copenhagen has done well this year in terms of getting funding from the Villum Fonden's Young Investigator Programme. 10 out of the 18 young grant recipients are from this faculty.
The University of Copenhagen (UCPH) stands to lose DKK 13 million a year with a new grant distribution policy. This is a loss that UCPH can live with. Far worse, says the rector, is the continued annual two per cent grant cut, the risk of increased bureaucracy, and that politicians are now meddling with the inner workings of the university.
The Novo Nordisk Foundation has put billions into the University of Copenhagen. Now one of the top people from the foundation’s company Novo Nordisk has been made the new chairman of the University’s board. What is the significance of the marriage between the university and the pharmaceutical industry?
Three scientists from the University of Copenhagen have each received nearly DKK 40 million for their technical and scientific research.