Wallenberg Academy Fellows prolongation grants 2022

Wallenberg Academy Fellows is a long-term program that addresses young researchers in medicine, natural sciences, engineering and technology, humanities and social sciences.

The program is set up in close cooperation with the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry, the Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities and the Swedish Academy.

In the end of the first five year period the Wallenberg Academy Fellows can be nominated for another five years of funding.

Dr. Oscar Agertz
Lund University

New galaxy simulations shining light on stars

Dr. Laura Baranello
Karolinska Institutet

Developing less radical cancer therapies

Professor Karl Börjesson
University of Gothenburg

More light from converted dye molecules and quantum mechanics

Dr. Katarzyna Koltowska
University of Queensland, Australia (Uppsala University)

Exploring the unknown mechanisms building the lymphatic vessels

Associate Professor Charles Melnyk
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences 

Seeking grafting mechanisms for better wine harvests and forestry

Associated Professor Claudia Mohr
Stockholm University

Impact of aerosols on clouds

Professor Elin Naurin
University of Gothenburg

Pregnancy and perceptions of politics

Associate Professor Dan Petersen
Stockholm University

Using algebraic geometry to study abstract spaces

Associate Professor Joanna Rorbach
Karolinska Institutet

Protein manufacture in the cell powerhouse

Professor Johannes Rousk
Lund University

Bacteria and fungi play a key role as climate changes

Associate Professor Pontus Strimling
Linköping University

Models to predict new values

Professor Ergang Wang
Chalmers University of Technology

Solar cells of the future – greener and easier to use

Professor Yaowen Wu
Umeå University)

Cellular recycling offers prospect of new therapeutics

Professor Jiayin Yuan
Stockholm University

Porous carbon electrodes bode well for the environment

Associate Professor Johan Östling
Lund University

Pre-internet information channels