Six researchers in Sweden to receive an ERC Advanced grant
It has now been decided who will get an ERC Advanced grant. In total, 185 researchers will share 450 million euro. Six of them have a Swedish host institution.
Ernest Arenas, PreciseCellPD: A precision cell replacement strategy for Parkinson’s disease
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
Danica Kragic Jensfelt, Bimanual manipulation of rigid and deformable objects
Anne L’Huillier, QPAP Quantum Physics with Attosecond Pulses
Olle Melander, PREVENT-2024 Moving from biomarkers to mechanism oriented prevention of cardiometabolic disease
Johan Elf, BIGGER Biophysics in gene regulation – A genome wide approach
Susanne Höfner, Explaining the winds of cool giant and supergiant stars with global 3D models
The next call for Advanced Grants should open on 14 May 2020.
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