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Eklund Foundation for Odontological Research and Education is open for applications during May 2020
Applications for grants from Eklund Foundation are accepted on the website eklundfoundation.org from 1 to 31 May. Funds of EUR 200,000 have been allocated for distribution in 2020.
Eklund Foundation allocates EUR 200,000 for odontological research in 2020
It is time for researchers within dentistry to prepare their applications for funding from the Eklund Foundation for Odontological Research and Education in 2020. This year, the Board of Eklund Fou...
TePe introduces new colours in the sustainable TePe GOOD™ toothbrush range
TePe GOOD, the sustainable toothbrush from TePe Oral Hygiene Products, now comes in three new colours, making it easier for the whole family to brush environmentally friendly.
Marie Nordström receives the 2019 Eklund Foundation Scholarship
The 2019 Eklund Foundation Scholarship for the promotion of odontological research is awarded to Marie Nordström. Joel Eklund, Chairman of the Eklund Foundation, delivered the scholarship of SEK 15...
Eklund Foundation Announces 2019 Grant Recipients
The Eklund Foundation for Odontological Research and Education is pleased to announce the projects receiving this year’s grants amounting to approximately EUR 160,000. The Eklund Foundation now sup...
Joel Eklund leaves role as TePe CEO to become Chairman of the Board
Swedish TePe Oral Hygiene Products announces planned succession in the management of the company. As of 1 January 2020, Joel Eklund will become Chairman of the Board and pass the role as CEO on to ...
Your toothbrush – a sustainable choice?
What’s your biggest concern when choosing your toothbrush? You may think: “It’s just a toothbrush.” But there are, actually, a few things to consider when choosing your everyday oral hygiene compa...
Interview with 2018 Eklund Foundation grantees Jan Derks and Tord Berglundh
Jan Derks and Tord Berglundh from the Institute of Odontology at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden recently received funding amounting to SEK 930,000 from the Eklund Foundation for their study...
Why “healthy drinks” may damage your teeth
Energy drinks, shakes, smoothies, and fruit juices are often considered part of a healthy lifestyle, but they also tend to have a low pH, meaning that they may cause erosion of the teeth. Water, ho...

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