Mid-term evaluation report of the 2006 Linnaeus environments and doctoral programmes

The Linnaeus Grant is an initiative of the Swedish Research Council and the Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning (Formas) to support strong research centres at Swedish universities. This report presents the result of the midterm evaluation of the 20 Linnaeus Environments and eight Doctoral Programmes approved in 2006. The international evaluation panels give in the report a number of recommendations for further development and financial support.

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