Four AU researchers receive money for green research


Denmark's Independent Research Foundation distributes a total of DKK 105 million. DKK for 37 research ideas which will support the green transition. Four of the recipients are researchers from Aarhus University, who each receive approx. 2.8 million DKK to realize their projects.
Four younger researchers from Aarhus University receive support from Denmark's Free Research Foundation to explore ideas that will help us to a more climate-friendly world. The ideas range from research into technology, which makes it possible to store CO2 permanently, to research into magnetic refrigeration, which does not depend on environmentally dangerous refrigerants such as fluorocarbons or chlorofluorocarbons, to research into how Danish studies can increase students' awareness of the impact of their habits on environment and climate.
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