People News Week 4

Professor David Needham, Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, has been awarded an honorary doctorate degree by the University of Nottingham.

 

 Ture Andersen, visiting researcher at the Department of Biology, has together with colleagues received DKK 29 million for the 5-year project Better Hearing Rehabilitation – BEAR from Innovation Fund Denmark. The total budget is DKK 50 million. Partners are Aalborg University, Odense University Hospital, the Technical University of Denmark, Aalborg University Hospital, Delta, Oticon, GN Resound, and Widex.

 Adelina Rogowska-Wrzesinska, Associate Professor at the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, is project leader of the new 4-year project SPRING Second generation functional protein ingredients developed with gentle manufacturing tools, supported by Innovation Fund Denmark with DKK 9.8 million. The total budget is DKK 15.4 million. Adelina will be responsible for providing expertise in mass spectrometry analysis of posttranslational modifications of proteins. The project is led by the University of Copenhagen. Other partners are SDU, Arla Foods Ingredients, and Novozymes.

Thomas J. D. Jørgensen, Associate Professor at the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, has been appointed member of the steering committee of the new 4 year project SPRING Second generation functional protein ingredients developed with gentle manufacturing tools, supported by Innovation Fund Denmark with DKK 9.8 million. The total budget is DKK 15.4 million. The project is led by the University of Copenhagen. Other partners are SDU, Arla Foods Ingredients, and Novozymes.

Henrik Seir Thoke, PhD fellow at the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, has received an EliteForsk travel scholarship worth DKK 200,000 to help supplement his studies abroad at some of the best research environments in the world.