The next deadline for applications for Helix Lab Fellowships is September 30, 2022.
Information about application criteria as well as the application template regarding thesis projects taking place in Spring 2023 can be found down below.
Meet Jacob and Jesper, two Helix Lab Fellows, Spring 2022. They are from Aalborg University and are doing their master's thesis in collaboration with the local company Unibio. Hear about their experience and get a sense of how it is to b a Helix Lab Fellow.
Kalundborg's new Helix Lab education and research centre officially opened on Friday 25 February. The initiative strengthens the collaboration between research and industry in Scandinavia's largest bio-industrial cluster, internationally recognized for industrial sustainability and circular production and home to more than 5,000 industrial workplaces across a number of Denmark's largest companies.
The next deadline for applications for Helix Lab Fellowships is March 18, 2022.
Information about application criteria as well as the application template regarding thesis projects taking place in fall 2022 can be found down below.
Researchers from the Danish universities and specialists and leaders from the industry in Kalundborg met this week for a Matchmaking Event at Helix Lab. The main purpose was to network and strengthen synergy, and to identify collaborative project idea for coming Helix Lab Fellows, says Anette Birck, Director of Helix Lab.
The Helix Lab Board has awarded the first round of Helix Lab Fellowships starting from January 2022. A total of 12 MSc students from three Danish universities will work on master thesis projects together with four national companies from the Kalundborg industry.
On 1 May 2021, Thomas Neergaard will start as Scientific Director for the Biomanufacturing Project House (BPH) in Kalundborg, where he will help develop a strong education and research center focusing on industry 4.0 bioproduction and industrial sustainability.
January 1, 2021, Anette Birck takes the chair as director of the upcoming new education and research center - Biomanufacturing Project House - in Kalundborg. Anette Birck looks forward to leading the ambitious project from vision to reality.
The upcoming Biomanufacturing Project House (BPH) in Kalundborg is taking another step forward. A new and strong board is now in place to ensure the continued development of Kalundborg as Scandinavia's center for biotechnology.