Magazine article The Times Higher Education Supplement : THE

Grant Winners: News

Magazine article The Times Higher Education Supplement : THE

Grant Winners: News

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Early Career Fellowships

These offer salary costs for researchers at the beginning of their academic careers, providing them with the opportunity for advancement and enabling them to undertake significant pieces of original publishable research. The awards are worth up to 50 per cent of each fellow's salary to a limit of Pounds 23,000.

Award winner: Julie Soleil Archambault

Institution: University of Oxford

A concrete future: building dreams in peri-urban Mozambique

Award winner: Nicolas Barry

Institution: University of Warwick

The design, chemistry and applications of carborane-containing nanoparticles

Award winner: Albert Bartok-Partay

Institution: University of Cambridge

High-throughput materials modelling from first principles

Award winner: Ulrike Bauer

Institution: University of Bristol

Plants in full armour: mechanical defence at the plant surface

Research Project Grants


Award winner: Mark W. Jones

Institution: Swansea University

Value: Pounds 89,523

Advanced visualisation techniques for urban modelling/simulation

Award winner: Alan Johnston

Institution: University College London

Value: Pounds 244,098

Temporal characteristics of gaze perception


Award winner: Wilson Poon

Institution: University of Edinburgh

The physics of bacteria-soft matter mixtures

Award winner: Ifor Samuel

Institution: University of St Andrews

Organic semiconductor optoelectronics: challenges and opportunities

Award winner: Peter Golyshin

Institution: Bangor University

Assessment of water-quality indices of some recreational surface waters in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa as a tool for capacity development in the impoverished province


Health Services and Delivery Research Programme

Award winner: Jacqueline Swan

Institution: University of Warwick

Value: Pounds 356,645

Improving the capabilities of NHS organisations to use evidence: a process model

Award winner: Rebecca Randell

Institution: University of Leeds

Value: Pounds 529,196

A realist process evaluation of robotic surgery: integration into routine practice and impacts on communication, collaboration and decision- making


European Union/European Research Council

Starting Grant Scheme

Award winner: Matthew Longo

Institution: Birkbeck, University of London

Value: EUR1. …

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