First evaluation of the 2008 Linnaeus grants

Report from the evaluation panel

The university research communities that received grants in the second call for proposals of the ten-year “Linnaeus Grant” in 2008 have now been evaluated. An international panel of experts has examined the organisation, partnerships and leadership of the research communities. The objective of the Linnaeus Grant is to create communities for basic research that generate synergy effects and that are characterised by the highest scientific quality and potential for renewal.

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