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Danish public research budget to hit DKr 20m


Public R&D funding rises by 3.8 per cent, with universities the main beneficiaries

Denmark’s latest finance bill sets aside 19.8 billion Danish kroner (almost €2.7 billion) for research and development for 2023.

According to data released by national statistics agency Statistics Denmark, the funding provided in the Finance Act will be topped up with another DKr 7.3bn from Danish municipalities and EU sources. This means that Denmark’s total public R&D budget for 2023 will be around DKr 27bn—a 3.8 per cent increase on last year.

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