New Grundfos prize to stimulate research

26/10/2001

with the aim of providing stimulation, recognition and support for national and international research into visionary, groundbreaking solutions that benefit society, in the fields of technology, science and social science – either separately or in combination.

The Grundfos Prize has been established in recognition of the fact that our future welfare and prosperity is increasingly dependant on the ability of companies to transform new ideas into new, improved products and services.

As well as the honour of winning it, the prize itself consists of a “Be, Think, Innovate” sculpture and a cash award of up to 150,000 euro. This will be awarded annually on or around 19th May – the birthday of Grundfos founder Poul Due Jensens. with the aim of providing stimulation, recognition and support for national and international research into visionary, groundbreaking solutions that benefit society, in the fields of technology, science and social science – either separately or in combination.

The Grundfos Prize has been established in recognition of the fact that our future welfare and prosperity is increasingly dependant on the ability of companies to transform new ideas into new, improved products and services.

As well as the honour of winning it, the prize itself consists of a “Be, Think, Innovate” sculpture and a cash award of up to 150,000 euro. This will be awarded annually on or around 19th May – the birthday of Grundfos founder Poul Due Jensen.





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