Six DTU projects are awarded InnoExplorer for commercialisation

Friday 18 Dec 20
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Six projects from DTU have received the InnoExplorer grant from Innovation Fund Denmark in December 2020, landing 10 InnoExplorer grants to DTU i 2020.

Common for the projects are huge commercial relevance and -potential.

Each project was awarded around DKK 1.5 million.

Project

Researcher

Dept.

Nanocells for LPTEM

Kristian Mølhave

DTU Nanolab

FanøRx

Dagmawi Alemayehu Bekele

DTU Fotonik

ANDROLIS - Anti-Drone LIDAR

Peter John Rodrigo

DTU Fotonik

SupStainAM

Emilie Hørdum Valente

DTU Mekanik

Sweathut

Timothy Patrick Jenkins

DTU Bioengineering

PolyNeedle

Torben Anker Lenau

DTU Mekanik


About InnoExplorer

InnoExplorer is a national programme for commercialisation of research results for employees at Danish universities administered by Innovation Fund Denmark in close collaboration with the local tech transfer offices.

InnoExplorer Grants are up to 1.5 mill. DKK, including 44% overhead, and project duration is up to one year. The programme supports research-based innovation presently at a pre-commercial stage, which need maturation to investigate the potential for commercial exploitation or societal benefit.