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Good continuation of the new year!

Today is just one week left until we open our application period which this year is between 16/1 at 12:00 and 13/2 at 12:00. Please note that it is only through the link on the website that the application can be sent. We look forward to taking part in all

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Vernissage

Vernissage for the exhibition “Fighting cancer with plastic bullets” at Malmö University Library, supported by the foundation this year!

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Social Summit at Slakthuset

Social Summit at Slakthuset today – incredibly fun to meet scholarship holder and hear them tell you about their amazing efforts! Here “A home to thrive in – Living Lab”

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Application period is closed

The application period closed over a week ago and we have received a record number of applications. Now follows the copious work of reading through each application and beginning the process of elimination. The decision on who will be awarded a grant will be taken in May. We have also

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Applications for 2019 are now open!

Applications for 2019 are now open! If you have a different idea. An idea that does not follow a set pattern, ideally trans boundary, then it is possible to apply for a grant now. The Foundation is eager to back those who dare look for new approaches. So let your application

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Happy 2019!

Happy 2019! The application date is approaching fast. Since it’s my first I’m really looking forward to receiving many exciting applications. So don’t hesitate! If you have an idea. An idea that is different that does not follow a set pattern that is perhaps trans boundary, go for it. All

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Newsletter winter 2014-15

This is the first newsletter from Sten K Johnson Foundation. You will receive a newsletter every year so you can keep up with what’s happening with our scholarship projects. In the newsletter we will summarize the past year and highlight some of our fellows as examples. The Scholarship award ceremony

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Skåne/ Research Network Skåne

31 high school students and 19 teachers gathered on April 30 at the Humanities Laboratory (HumLab) at Lund University. It was the culmination of a project conducted in collaboration between the laboratory and the St. Petri school in Malmö and directed by Research Network Skåne. Research Network Skåne got a

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