The Lundbeck Foundation doubles its research funding  

2004.10.27
The Lundbeck Foundation has doubled its funding for Danish science and healthcare research to DKK 500 mn

The Lundbeck Foundation has doubled its funding for Danish science and healthcare research to DKK 500 mn (USD 85 mn). The foundation plans to invest some of the money in establishing research centres affiliated to existing research institutions. Each centre will be supported with up to DKK 50 mn (USD 8.5 mn).

 

Arne Villy Jensen, chairman of the Lundbeck Foundation says that investments in research are among the best investments for Danish society. He recognises that politicians have the will to increase appropriations, although there is still a considerable need for money to establish research centres at an international level. The news is reported by professional journal Ingeniøren.

 

The Lundbeck Foundation is a commercial foundation established in 1954. The main objective of the Lundbeck Foundation is to maintain and expand the activities of the Lundbeck Group and to provide funding for high quality scientific research.

 

Link > The Lundbeck Foundation 

Next step

Explore business cases

Please contact me

Name
Company
E-mail
Phone
How can we help you?

IDK
We use cookies to make the website perform optimally. You accept cookies by closing the box or continuing to use the website. Click here to read more about cookies. ×