NC State recently received two grants from the Novo Nordisk Foundation to promote research and training in biomanufacturing science and technology and to research plant-microbe interactions in soils as a part of the Collaborative Crop Resilience Program.
On both of these grants, NC State researchers will be working in conjunction with the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in Copenhagen, an important international partner.
Learn more about the future impact of these grants:
- New $27 Million Grant to Focus on the Future of Biomanufacturing
- Crop Resilience Is Focus of New Interdisciplinary Research
DTU first opened in 1829 to develop and create value using the natural sciences and the technical sciences to benefit society.
By the early 1900s, DTU provided advanced higher education in the fields of electrical engineering, construction engineering, production engineering, and mechanical engineering.
Today, the university spans three campuses around Denmark and one campus in Greenland. DTU offers 37 undergraduate programs, 31 master’s of science in engineering programs and 19 Ph.D. programs to more than 11,500 enrolled students.