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: Victoria Canning

Institution: Open University

Value: £105,328

Gendered experiences of social harm in asylum: Exploring state responses to persecuted women in Britain, Denmark and Sweden

Award winner: Katherine Margaret Dommett

Institution: University of Sheffield

Value: £153,392

Renewing party politics? Digital innovations in political campaigning

Award winner: Samuel Vincent Wass

Institution: University of East London

Value: £143,692

What is the difference between "good" and "bad" stress? Understanding possible effects of socio-economic status on learning

Award winner: Giacomo Persi Paoli

Institution: RAND Europe Community Interest Company

Value: £80,440

Behind the Curtain: an investigation of the illicit trade in firearms and explosives on the dark net

Australian Research Council

Discovery Projects

Award winner: Andrew Herries

Institution: La Trobe University

Value: A$328,000

Evolving landscapes of our early South African ancestors

Award winner: Colette Boskovic

Institution: University of Melbourne

Value: A$402,500

Enhancing single-molecule magnets

Award winner: Michael McDonnell

Institution: University of Sydney

Value: A$211,000

War stories and the meaning of the American Revolution

Leverhulme Trust

Research Grants

Award winner: Ruth Gregory

Institution: Durham University

Value: £192,413

Challenging the standard model with black holes

Award winner: Alistair McGregor

Institution: Oxford Brookes University

Value: £160,246

How to build a spider: regulation of segmentation in Parasteatoda tepidariorum

Award winner: John Divers

Institution: University of Leeds

Value: £165,945

Thinking counterfactually: How would have been reveals what is and what must be


Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council

Award winner Paul David Fraser

Institution Royal Holloway, University of London

Value £477,940

Optimisation of tomato fruit carotenoid content for nutritional improvement and industrial exploitation

The bright colours of most flowers, fruits and vegetables are caused by organic pigments, such as carotenoids. …

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