This week in Nordic in brief: Danish science budget passed; Tax and red tape hamper Danish recruitment.
Danish science budget passed
The Danish ministry for research and higher education announced on 15 November that an agreement has been reached in parliament on how to distribute its 2012 budget for research, worth nearly 1 billion kroner (€127m). Highlights of the deal include 120m kroner for research into sustainable energy systems and 40m kroner for food research. There is also money set aside for innovation and for the industrial PhD programme, which links universities and businesses.