DKK 374 million to 15 high-tech projects

With financial support from companies, Danish universities and the Advanced Technology Foundation, 15 new high-technology initiatives are in the pipeline, writes daily Danish newspaper Berlingske Tidende.

The investments are targeted at production, bio, IT, energy, environment, food commodities and construction, and the objective is to develop technologies and growth potential in a two-four year framework.

Device to destroy worn-out satellites and a microchip to map the immune system are some of the ideas that will be explored.

The Advanced Technology Foundation allocates DKK 193 million, and the Danish enterprises and universities donate DKK 181 million.

Among the Danish companies supporting the initiatives are Abeo, Videometer, Symphogen, GomSpace and Milestone Systems.

Read more about the projects, here (in Danish)