Two researchers in Sweden to receive an ERC Proof of Concept Grant
It has now been decided who will receive an ERC Proof of Concept Crant in the second deadline 2023.
The ERC Proof of Concept funding is made available to those who already have an ERC award, and will cover activities at the very early stage of turning research outputs into a commercial or socially valuable proposition. This top-up funding is part of the EU's research and innovation programme, Horizon Europe. 66 researchers from 14 different countries were awarded this grant, worth 150 000 euro. Two of these are affiliated to a Swedish university.
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Ian Hoffecker with the project MESH_CHIP “Spatial transcriptomics chips with sequencing-based microscopy”
Anne L’Huillier with the project SICEP “Single-shot, high repetition rate detection of the Carrier-Envelope-Phase of ultrashort laser pulses”
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