Fredrik Höök, Chalmers, will receive SEK 22.6 million for “Organic bioelectronics for membrane chromatography".
Mikael Käll, Chalmers, will receive SEK 23.5 million for “Functional electromagnetic metamaterials and optical sensing".
Materials research is expected to make significant contributions to eco-friendly and energy-efficient new products such as organically based batteries, neutron detectors for the new ESS supermicroscope, ultra-sensitive and effective sensors, coatings which reduce friction, better carbon fibre composites and lots more besides.
As well as being of high scientific quality, the projects for which funding has been granted are characterised by innovative new ideas and integrate theory, modelling and experimentation. The prerequisites for upscaling have also been taken into account. Nanotechnology forms a natural component of all fields.
Vacant positions within the biotech and life science area in the Göteborg region.
Here you find a list of current calls for proposals and applications for Life Science!