Magazine article Times Higher Education

Grant Winners

Magazine article Times Higher Education

Grant Winners

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Economic and Social Research Council

Research grants

Award winner: Gloria Langat

Institution: University of Southampton

Value: £404,130

Impact of social pensions on multiple dimensions of poverty, subjective well-being and solidarity across generations

Award winner: Brian Roberts

Institution: Aston University

Value: £329,960

Interference in spoken communication: evaluating the corrupting and disrupting effects of other voices

Award winner: Harry Ferguson

Institution: University of Nottingham

Value: £536,196

Organisations, staff support and the dynamics and quality of social work practice: a qualitative longitudinal study of child protection work

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

Award winner: Clare P. Grey

Institution: University of Cambridge

Value: £1,735,130

Next-generation solid-state batteries

Award winner: Panagiota Angeli

Institution: University College London

Value: £1,945,930

Complex oral health products (CORAL): characterisation, modelling and manufacturing challenges

Award winner: Ruth Aylett

Institution: Heriot-Watt University

Value: £711,764

A robot training buddy for adults with autistic spectrum disorder

Leverhulme Trust

Research Fellowships


Award winner: Claudia Bolgia

Institution: University of Edinburgh

Value: £25,177

The "long" trecento: Rome without the popes, c.1305-1420

Award winner: Victoria Browne

Institution: Oxford Brookes University

Value: £20,820

Pregnancy without birth: the philosophy and ethics of miscarriage

Award winner: Pwyll ap Sion

Institution: Bangor University

Value: £22,695

Steve Reich and the paradox of modernism


Award winner: Ian Leary

Institution: University of Southampton

Value: £40,911

Cohomology and negative curvature


Award winner Sally Hines

Institution University of Leeds

Value £502,102

Pregnant men: an international exploration of trans male experiences and practices of reproduction

Many male transgender people (hereafter "trans men") transition without undergoing surgery to remove their reproductive organs or reconstruct their genitals; thus they may retain the ability and, importantly, the desire to reproduce. …

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