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

Wolfson Research Merit Awards

These awards are worth £10,000-£30,000 a year, which is a salary enhancement.

Award winner: David Spring

Institution: University of Cambridge

Drugging the undruggable: discovery of protein-protein interaction modulators

Award winner: Thomas Krauss

Institution: University of York

Wavelength-scale biosensors to explore biology at the level of individual cells

University Research Fellowships

Award winner: Timothy Easun

Institution: Cardiff University

Value: £503,125

Photogating nanofluidics: ultrafine spatially controlled diffusion and reactivity

Award winner: Andrzej Szelc

Institution: University of Manchester

Value: £473,558

Searching for sterile neutrinos with liquid argon

Award winner: Martin How

Institution: University of Bristol

Value: £503,785

Polarised light as an alternative to colour in animal vision

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

Award winner: Rajat Gupta

Institution: Oxford Brookes University

Value: £150,017

WLP+ (Whole Life Performance Plus)

Award winner: Kamran Mumtaz

Institution: University of Sheffield

Value: £98,456

Layered extrusion of metal alloys (LEMA)

Award winner: Adrien Desjardins

Institution: University College London

Value: £1,087,560

All-optical pulse-echo ultrasound imaging for real-time guidance of minimally invasive procedures

Natural Environment Research Council

Award winner: James Lee

Institution: University of York

Value: £390,617

Sources and emissions of air pollutants in Beijing

Award winner: Sean Wilkinson

Institution: Newcastle University

Value: £141,857

Real-time assessments of wind-related damage to electricity infrastructure (societal theme: sustainability)

Award winner: Larissa Naylor

Institution: University of Glasgow

Value: £98,747

A decision framework for integrated green grey infrastructure (IGGIframe)


European Union - European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights

Award winner Adele Jones

Institution University of Huddersfield

Value [euro]400,000

None-in-Three (This grant was awarded in response to a call issued by the EU delegation to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean titled "Towards a Future Free from Domestic Violence")

This project will investigate domestic violence in the countries of Grenada and Barbados and use the data gathered to develop an interactive, role-playing computer game aimed at changing attitudes in potential perpetrators of violence while empowering those at risk of victimisation. …

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