Magazine article Times Higher Education

Grant Winners

Magazine article Times Higher Education

Grant Winners

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Leverhulme Trust

Research Project Grants


Award winner: Christopher Bayliss

Institution: University of Leicester

Value: £158,130

Mutate and survive: how bacteria fight viruses

Award winner: Karen Mullinger

Institution: University of Nottingham

Value: £264,470

Revealing the origin of human alpha oscillations using ultra high-field fMRI-EEG

Award winner: Nathan Patmore

Institution: University of Huddersfield

Value: £103,250

Electron transfer between hydrogen-bonded "dimers of dimers"


Award winner: Anne Haour

Institution: University of East Anglia

Value: £251,634

Cowrie shells: an early global commodity

Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council

Award winner: Elizabeth Baggs with Richard Bardgett, David Johnson and Peter Smith

Institutions: University of Aberdeen and University of Manchester

Value: £30,561

Other Countries Partnering Award, Australia: A rhizotrait framework for the northern and southern hemispheres

Award winner: Gerhard Leubner with Tina Steinbrecher

Institution: Royal Holloway, University of London

Value: £688,344

Proanthocyanidins in cereals and brassicaceae: a cross-species approach on their roles for seed-coat biophysical properties, dormancy and germination

Award winner: Carolyn Moores

Institution: Birkbeck, University of London

Value: £19,415

3D ultrastructural analysis of the subcellular organisation of inner hair cells and of their innervation during ageing

Arts and Humanities Research Council

Leadership Fellowships

Award winner: Daniel Grimley

Institution: University of Oxford

Value: £40,431

Delius, Modernism and the sound of place

Award winner: Andrew Dilley

Institution: University of Aberdeen

Value: £133,332

Commerce and the Commonwealth: business associations, political culture and governance, 1886-1975


Award winner Helen Steward

Institution University of Leeds Value £184,545

Persons as animals: understanding the animal bases of agency, perceptual knowledge and thought

This project will investigate ways in which a proper understanding of human beings as animals might help to resolve philosophical problems such as epistemological scepticism about the external world. …

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