Funding for our research comes from Sweden’s research agencies, the European Commission, and private foundations.

Ongoing Grants

  • Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research SSF. 2022-2026. Coordinator. Food ingredients from CO2 with flexible microbial consortia. Press release from SSF (sv). Press release from SciLifeLab (eng).
  • Novo Nordisk Fonden. 2021-2023. Project grant in bio-based production. Advanced Photosynthetic Catalysts (co-applicant). Main applicant: Yagut Allahverdiyeva, Turku
  • Vetenskapsrådet. 2021-2023. High-throughput techniques for optimizing fast-growing cyanobacteria (2020-04329).
  • Novo Nordisk Fonden. 2020-2025. Ascending Investigator in Biobased Production. Press release from Novo Nordisk Fonden.
  • Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research SSF. 2020-2025. Co-applicant, with Umeå. Redesigning photosynthesis for future food production (ARC19-0051). Press release from SciLifeLab.

Previous Grants

  • Novo Nordisk Fonden. 2019-2021. Project grant in regulation of the Calvin cycle.
  • EU Horizon 2020. 2017-2021. Co-applicant, with IIT Italy. RIA project ENGICION: Engineered microbial factories for CO2 exploitation in an integrated waste treatment platform (GA 760994). Press release from partners.
  • Formas Research Council. 2016-2019. Young Investigator grant. The cyanobacterial cell economy (2015-00939).
  • Formas Research Council. 2016-2018. Carbon monoxide conversion by Ralstonia eutropha (2016-20006).
  • Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research SSF. 2016-2020. Co-applicant, with Chalmers. Fatty-alcohols from cyanobacteria (RBP14-0013).
  • ÅForsk Foundation. 2017. Gene editing in cyanobacteria.
  • Vetenskapsrådet. 2016-2022. Research Environment grant INTEGRATE cell factory design and construction (2016-06160). Press release from SciLifeLab.
  • KTH Royal Institute of Technology. 2014-2020. SciLifeLab Fellow.