Three data science research projects can be realised thanks to grants totalling DKK 39.8 million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation’s Data Science Research Infrastructure Programme. The purpose of the Programme is to support research within data infrastructure, which is critical for data-driven research in Denmark. Some of Denmark’s most talented researchers..
As part of its Data Science Initiative, the Novo Nordisk Foundation has allocated DKK 410 million in 2020-2022 to strenghten research in data science and artificial intelligence in Denmark. Grants are awarded in open competition across three programmes:
All supported projects must have a current or potential future application and impact within life science, health science, or biotechnology.
Complementary to these programmes, Novo Nordisk Foundation has granted DKK 152.5 million for the establishment of the Danish Data Science Community, which offer PhD and Postdoc fellowships, etc.
Read more about the opportunities here.