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People News from the Faculty of Science, week 4

PhD student Lars Seidelin and biology student Iglika Dragomirova Ilieva have received DKK 26,800 from Siemensfonden for the project Undervandsobservatorium på Ærøsund-færgen i Det Sydfynske Øhav.

Jens. F. Kolding Krog, Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, has defended his thesis, Renormalization group flows in gauge-Yukawa theories, compositeness and the Higgs.

The Department of Biology receives EUR 286,000 and thus becomes part of the EU Horizon2020 3-year project called Using marine mammals for making science education and science careers attractive for young people. The leading partner is Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel. There are 8 other participants in Sweden, Denmark, Poland and Germany. The project’s overall budget is EUR 1.8 million. The Department of Biology's part of the project will focus on developing interactive tools for school kids to have direct access to biological and physical measurements of the underwater environment. The harbour and grey seals, cormorants and porpoises in Kerteminde will be important participants in the project.

Professor Martin Røssel Larsen, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, has received DKK 2.9 million from the Lundbeck Foundation for the project titled Regional immune-modulation of mucosal inflammation in collaboration with scientists at the Technical University of Denmark. The total grant is for DKK 45 million.

Anne Loft, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, has defended her thesis, Molecular mechanisms of browning of adipose tissue.

Associate Professor Krzysztof Wrzesinski, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, has received DKK 43,161 from the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation - International Network Programme for travel in connection with the project titled: "Initiating a network to build a human plasma glucose regulating system”.

Ansvarlig for siden: Birgitte Svennevig

Redaktionen afsluttet: 29.01.2016