The MAPP Centre is part of the Open Innovation FOOD & Health Laboratory FOODHAY

The research infrastructure FOODHAY receives a grant of DKK 51.5 million from the Ministry of Higher Education and Science.

2019.12.11 | Merete Elmann

The research infrastructure FOODHAY with Aarhus University at the head receives a grant of DKK 51.5 million. See the press release from the Ministry of Higher Education and Science: https://ufm.dk/aktuelt/pressemeddelelser/2019/51-millioner-baner-vejen-til-fremtidens-fodevareforskning

The MAPP Centre at Department og Management is part of the FOODHAY consortium and the collaboration that it entails between the different research environments and disciplines. As part of the project, new research infrastructure for consumer perception and choice behaviour research worth DKK 2 million will be financed. Jessica Aschemann-Witzel is responsible for FOODHAY at MAPP/Department of Management. The investments are based on MAPP staff´s research plans for the coming years, and will be coordinated between Jessica Aschemann-Witzel, Klaus Grunert and Jacob Orquin, and in collaboration with the COBE Lab at Aarhus BSS. The FOODHAY project will allow exploring questions with a broader set and more advanced combination of methods than previously, contributing to the Danish interdisciplinary research from field to the fork that sets out to solve the challenges of the future.

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