Magazine article The Times Higher Education Supplement : THE

Grant Winners

Magazine article The Times Higher Education Supplement : THE

Grant Winners

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Royal Society

University research fellowships

Award winner: Sarah Malik

Institution: Imperial College London

Value: £488,165

Where particle physics meets cosmology: searching for dark matter at the LHC

Award winner: Tom Williams

Institution: University of Bristol

Value: £481,882

The prokaryotic prehistory of the eukaryotic cell

Award winner: Natalie Wheeler

Institution: University of Southampton

Value: £467,624

Low loss hollow core-photonic crystal fibres for mid-ir (2.5-12 µm) applications

Award winner: Arthur Lipstein

Institution: Durham University

Value: £421,448

Amplitudes, strings, and branes

Award winner: Jason King

Institution: University of Sheffield

Value: £452,879

Defining molecular mechanisms of macropinosome processing and remodelling

Leverhulme Trust

Research project grants


Award winner: Donald MacRaild

Institution: Ulster University

Value: £235,454

The Irish and British famine, 1845-50: comparing lives lost and lives saved

Award winner: Carole Hough

Institution: University of Glasgow

Value: £274,523

Recovering the earliest English language in Scotland: evidence from place names


Award winner: Clare Cunningham

Institution: Abertay University

Value: £121,780

Effects of social and practical experience on tool manipulation skills in small apes

Arts and Humanities Research Council

Award winner: Alexandra Plows

Institution: Bangor University

Value: £37,449

smART cities and waste: developing an arts-led interdisciplinary network for waste management and treatment innovation

Award winner: Ian Ewart

Institution: University of Reading

Value: £63,791

Sensations of Roman life: reconstructing and experiencing a multisensory virtual reality environment

Award winner: Andrea Liggins

Institution: University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Value: £35,946

Cross-pollination: re-valuing pollinators through arts and science collaboration


Award winners Jon Dovey (PI, pictured) and Tom Abba, Kate Pullinger and Ian Gadd, and Matt Hayler

Institutions University of the West of England, Bath Spa University and the University of Birmingham

Value ~£800,000 (£630,327 - AHRC contribution)

Ambient Literature

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