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Five new Danish-Korean research projects has been set in motion

06.12.2017  03:29
The 3rd research call from the Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education and the South Korean National Research Foundation has granted five Danish researchers with USD 120.000 to enhance mobility and network activities.

The funds has been granted to researchers from Aarhus University, University of Copenhagen and Aalborg University on the Danish side. The Korean collaboration partners will be Seoul National University, Korea University, Chung-Ang University and Korea Basic Science Institute.

The joint mobility and network call between the Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education and the National Research Foundation in South Korea is the result of a close and prosperous research and higher education collaboration between the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science. This collaboration has been highly supported and facilitated by Innovation Centre Denmark in Seoul.