Geochemistry, molecular biology, geoscience, computational mathematics, and condensed matter physics – these are the subjects of the five research projects at Linnaeus university that have now received a total of almost SEK 18 million from the Swedish Research Council.
The Swedish Research Council has announced a decision on what applications have been granted funds within the natural sciences and technology for 2021.
Five applications from Linnaeus University receive a total of SEK 17,779,000 in research grants, according to the following:
- Anna Augustsson, associate professor of environmental science at the Department of Biology and Environmental Science
SEK 3,779,000 for the project Technology-critical elements (TCEs) soil-crop transfer, oral bioaccessibility and toxicity
- Sinisa Bjelic, associate professor at the Department of Chemistry and Biomedical Sciences
SEK 3,600,000 for the project Proteindesign av specifika interaktioner gentemot receptorer på cellulära membran
- Carlo Canali, professor at the Department of Physics and Electrical Engineering
SEK 3,600,000 for the project Den topologiska magnetoelektriska effekten i heterostrukturer av magnetiska topologiska isolatorer
- Henrik Drake, associate professor at the Department of Biology and Environmental Science
SEK 3,200,000 for the project Livets historia på djupet
- Christian Engström, professor at the Department of Mathematics
SEK 3,600,00 for the project Approximation av fraktionella integro-differentialekvationer utan förorening av spektrum
The Swedish Research Council granted a total of SEK 1.2 billion in funds for the years 2021–2025. Out of 1,682 submitted applications, 335 were granted funds.
All projects that were granted funds on the Swedish Research Council’s website