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HELSINKI - The University of Helsinki has been awarded European Union (EU) grants worth nearly €1.7 million (US$1.8m) for a research project that combines the cultural history of textile dyeing with the exploration of novel dyeing techniques and bio-based dyes.

It is part of the €4 million (US$4.3m) Colour4CRAFTS multidisciplinary project which is being funded via Horizon Europe, the EU’s €95.5 billion (US$102bn) flagship funding programme for research and innovation.

Colour4CRAFTS involves research groups from a range of fields, as well as research and development companies, which are joining forces to explore the use of dyes and pigments in historical times, as well as new high-tech applications for bio-based dyes.

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