More than half a million euros for science and art grants

At Aalto University, 31 researchers or working groups receive a grant from the Finnish Cultural Foundation. The total amount of grants awarded is 548,000 euros
Värikäs kristallinomainen teos hehkuu auringossa

The total funding for sciences and arts granted by the Finnish Cultural Foundation from the October call is 27 million euros. The largest individual grants were awarded for research on nutrition and health research and a study in pollinators.

In Aalto University, there are 31 individuals or groups to receive a grant. The total amount of grants awarded is 548,000 euros.

Grant recipients from Aalto include researchers and students from the fields of engineering, business, chemical engineering, and sciences, as well as arts, design and architecture. Of the grants awarded, 19 focus on dissertation work in sciences or arts, the rest on artistic work and projects in the field of arts, design and architecture.

For Aalto University grantees, please see the article in Finnish.

Congratulations to all!


Further information:

Broad support for nutrition and health research from the October Round


Photo: Mikko Raskinen, Aalto University

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