Magazine article The Times Higher Education Supplement : THE

Grant Winners

Magazine article The Times Higher Education Supplement : THE

Grant Winners

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Economic and Social Research Council/Department for International Development

ESRC-DFID Urgency Grants

Award winner: Brad Blitz

Institution: Middlesex University

Value: £161,445

EVI-MED - Constructing an evidence base of contemporary Mediterranean migrations

Award winner: Heaven Crawley

Institution: Coventry University

Value: £168,225

Unravelling the Mediterranean migration crisis (MEDMIG)

Royal Society

University Research Fellowships

Award winner: Alis Deason

Institution: Durham University

Value: £448,948

Rethinking galactic architecture: clues from satellites and destroyed dwarfs

Award winner: Christos Anastopoulos

Institution: University of Sheffield

Value: £412,879

Understanding the nature of electroweak symmetry breaking

Award winner: Tom Hasell

Institution: University of Liverpool

Value: £471,066

Functional porous materials from inorganic waste

Award winner: Grant Kennedy

Institution: University of Cambridge

Value: £422,288

Emergence and evolution of planetary systems

Leverhulme Trust

Research project grants

Sciences

Award winner: Michalis Barkoulas

Institution: Imperial College London

Value: £173,412

Quantitative evolution of nematode gene regulatory networks

Award winner: Ulrike Bechtold

Institution: University of Essex

Value: £229,949

Sugar signalling during drought stress; do plants suffer diabetes when stressed?

Award winner: Ludmila Kuncheva

Institution: Bangor University

Value: £226,625

Prototype selection from streaming, drifting and partly labelled data using classifier ensembles

Award winner: Karen Lander

Institution: University of Manchester

Value: £92,703

Investigating the role of movement in the recognition of identity from facial composites

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Economic and Social Research Council

Award winner: Sarah Roddy

Institution: University of Manchester

Value: £196,403

Visible Divinity: Money and Irish Catholicism, 1850-1921

Social science and humanities academics have long been captivated by the relationship between religious faith and economic behaviour. …

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