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Ministry to pay out more funding

The Danish government has started budget negotiations with parliamentary parties about distributing an extra 859 million Danish kroner, which have become available in the government’s research reserve.

A plan, drawn up by the government, suggests feeding half the money (DK394m) into the Danish Innovation Fund, which has a budget of DK1.6bn in 2014. The Innovation Fund is an agreement between the Danish government and the four major parliamentary parties to enhance the role of research for growth and employment, according to a government statement.

The government also suggests spending DK105m on resources and food research, as well as DK60m on health and clinical research.

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