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The Lundbeck Foundation now invites applications for five fellowships within biomedicine and two within natural sciences which will be granted to especially promising young researchers and their research groups. Read more here: LF_Science_031012_177x120.pdf
The Lundbeck Foundation announces the appointment of Mikael Strindlund as a Senior Partner in Lundbeckfond Ventures.
Causes for mental disorders will now be thoroughly investigated. A new grant - the largest sum ever awarded to a Danish research team in this field - will support Danish researchers in their pursuit of understanding mental disorders. The project may also lead to new prevention and treatment methods.
The Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Foundation announced today that The Brain Prize 2012 is jointly awarded to Christine Petit and Karen Steel:
The Lundbeck Foundation is expanding its activities and establishing start up financing for selected new Danish life science projects. We are seeking a partner with industrial and operational experience combined with solid academic background to be a partner in this program.
Light is life-giving. Emission of absorbed light, or fluorescence, has given life to young scientist's career. The Lundbeck Foundation has awarded the 30-year-old post.doc. Thomas Just Sørensen, Keble College, Oxford University and Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen the Talent Prize for younger scientists. The prize is a personal award of 100.000 DKK (approx. £11.000).
The 36-year-old cosmology researcher Martin Snoager Sloth from CERN and the University of Geneva now returns to Denmark. He has just received DKK 10 million from the Lundbeck Foundation to establish his own research group at University of Southern Denmark. Martin Sloth and his research staff will try to answer the big universal questions by...
The Lundbeck Foundation hereby invites applications for 7 Jr. Group Leader Fellowships
In an exciting development, an international team of researchers have, for the first time, pieced together the human genome from an Aboriginal Australian. The results, now to be published in the international journal Science, re-interpret the prehistory of our species.
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