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In a column published in the scientific journal Science, former UCPH researchers Lars Lønsmann Iversen and Mette Bendixen argue that research foundations should actively participate in improving working conditions for researchers by incorporating a code of conduct into grant applications. One fund, Villum Fonden, says it is not their responsibility.
Researchers at University of Copenhagen (UCPH) have received a approximately DKK 15 billion for 5,092 different ongoing research projects. The newsroom has taken a look at 14 projects that made us think: What? Do they also give money to UCPH?
The Novo Nordisk Foundation has granted a total of DKK 360 million from the foundation's Challenge Programme, divided into six different projects. Three of the recipients are UCPH researchers.