Magazine article The Times Higher Education Supplement : THE

Grant Winners

Magazine article The Times Higher Education Supplement : THE

Grant Winners

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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

Award winner: Ainara Aguadero

Institution: Imperial College London

Value: £98,536

Sincere: selective ion-conductive ceramic electrolytes

Award winner: Nik Kaltsoyannis

Institution: University of Manchester

Value: £289,210

FORTRESS: F block covalency and reactivity defined by structural compressibility

Award winner: Alison Raby

Institution: University of Plymouth

Value: £453,077

STORMLAMP - structural behaviour of rock mounted lighthouses at the mercy of impulsive waves

Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation programme

Award winner: Fergus McCarthy

Institution: King's College London

Value: £359,871

Mechanisms of action of intervention in the PHOENIX trial: in women with preterm pre-eclampsia does planned delivery improve post-partum maternal cardiac function through attenuation of myocardial ischaemia at time of disease (PHOEBE study)?

Award winner: Mark Thursz

Institution: Imperial College London

Value: £2,007,448

Nucleos(t)ide withdrawal in HBeAg negative hepatitis B virus infection to promote HBsAg clearance (NUC-B)

Leverhulme Trust

Research Project Grants Sciences

Award winner: Marie Smith

Institution: Birkbeck, University of London

Value: £177,298

The social side of face perception: insights from atypical development

Award winner: Mateja Jamnik

Institution: University of Cambridge

Value: £383,728

ARD: accessible reasoning with diagrams

Humanities

Award winner: Jamie Medhurst

Institution: Aberystwyth University

Value: £113,813

A decade of change: television and society in Wales in the 1970s

Award winner: Simon Lewis

Institution: Queen Mary University of London

Value: £255,147

The Breckland Palaeolithic project: culture, technology and evolving humans

IN DETAIL

Award winner James Ross

Institution University of Winchester

Value £200,932

Kingship, court and society at the dawn of the modern age: the Chamber Books of Henry VII and Henry VIII, 1485-1521

"The expense and receipt books of the King's Chamber (the Chamber Books) are the single most important source for understanding both the public rule (kingship, government, and state finance - including the infamous 'bonds and recognisances') and the private life (material culture, alms-giving, and the rhythms of daily life at court) of Henry VII and Henry VIII between 1485 and 1521," James Ross, senior lecturer in late medieval history at the University of Winchester told Times Higher Education. …

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