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TAU gets eight new Academy of Finland-funded projects in biosciences, health and environmental research

Published on 3.6.2022
Tampere University
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The Academy of Finland’s Research Council for Biosciences, Health and the Environment has granted funding for 70 new Academy Projects, which include a total of 92 sub-projects. Researchers at Tampere University received funding for eight projects or sub-projects.

The funding totals around €38 million, and about 17% of all the proposed projects were funded.

Academy Project Funding is granted for internationally top-tier scientific research that is aimed at possible scientific breakthroughs and involves cooperation with cutting-edge international groups. The Academy Project funding is used to hire a research team and for other research costs.

The Research Council’s most important funding criterion was the high scientific quality of research. The focus was also on multidisciplinarity and the research teams’ high-quality and multidisciplinary cooperation and impact.

Academy of Finland’s media release

List of funded projects