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New astronomy center will reveal the cosmic dawn
19 April 2017
Cosmic Dawn Center (DAWN) is a new basic research centre funded by the Danish National Research Foundation and located at the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen in close collaboration with DTU Space.
Huge grant to quantum research
19 April 2017
Danish National Research Foundation is willing to donate up to 62 million kroner to a new research centre at the Niels Bohr Institute. The new Centre of Excellence will be named Hybrid Quantum Networks (Hy – Q).
Large ERC grant for Kim Sneppen
05 April 2017
An advanced ERC grant for Kim Sneppen of DKK 16.500.000 was awarded for development of new methods and models to explore the diverse and complex world within and between cells, for investigating how diversity emerges and is maintained...
The Villum Foundation invests 80 MDKK in the dark universe and climate change
20 March 2017
Niels Bohr Institute Professors Dorthe Dahl-Jensen, Centre for Ice and Climate and Jens Hjorth, Dark Cosmology Centre, have obtained a grant of nearly 40 million Danish crowns each, from the new Villum Investigator program.
Niels Bohr Institute welcomes 6 new Marie Curie Fellows
22 February 2017
From “Quantum Supremacy” to planet-disks interactions, the Niels Bohr Institute opens its doors to ever more scientific excellence, with 6 new Marie Curie Grants for a total of € 1,3 million, so just short of 10 Million DKK.
Carlsberg supports Danish Mars research
30 January 2017
Morten Bo Madsen, head of the Mars Group at the Niels Bohr Institute, has received a grant of 2.5 million kroner from the Carlsberg Foundation for the project: A Field Trip 250 million km from home – Salary for Essential Expert and Materials...
Most of the world is dark
20 January 2017
"The universe is dark – and mainly consists of dark matter and dark energy. Only 5% of the universe is composed of luminous matter from galaxies, planets and stars. Yet little is known about the rest of the universe. But we do know that it is there, because dark matter interacts with gravitational forces," according to Professor Jens Hjorth.
Brian Møller Andersen receives grant from the Carlsberg Foundation
19 January 2017
Brian Møller Andersen, associate professor in the research group, Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics at the Niels Bohr Institute has received a grant of 3.2 million kroner from the Carlsberg Foundation for the project: Superconductivity of New Materials.