New biotech research school gets government and commercial funding  

2003.02.14
Biotech Research Academy gets DKK 10 million in joint support from Novozymes and the Ministry of Science Innovation and Technology
The newly established Biotech Research Academy has received DKK 10 million (USD 1.5 million) in joint support from Novozymes and the Ministry of Science Innovation and Technology. This is the fourth in a series of commercially oriented research schools, which aim to supply well trained, high calibre graduates to Denmark's biotech industry. World leading enzymes manufacturer Novozymes naturally has a motive for giving financial support to the academy, but the company will not be attaching conditions to the projects that are to be undertaken. That is because the primary objective with the academy is to ensure more links between different biotech environments in Denmark and thus enhance the overall value of the students' education. The news is reported by Børsen Online.

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