Grant Winners

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Grant Winners


ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL

Global Uncertainties Leadership Fellowships

Award winner: John Wolffe

Institution: The Open University

Value: Pounds 287,682

Religion, martyrdom and global uncertainties 1914-2014

Award winner: Louise Amoore

Institution: Durham University

Value: Pounds 375,975

Securing against future events (SAFE): pre-emption, protocols and publics

Award winner: Robert Gleave

Institution: University of Exeter

Value: Pounds 394,551

Islamic reformations: belief, violence, governance

BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES RESEARCH COUNCIL

Responsive mode grant awards

Values are the amounts requested. Awarded amounts may differ.

Award winner: Elek Molnar

Institution: University of Bristol

Value: Pounds 657,000

Development of biotin-tagged affinity ligands and fluorophore-conjugated probes for the study of native kainate receptors

Award winner: Paul Fraser

Institution: Royal Holloway, University of London

Value: Pounds 271,000

The validation, characterisation and translation of outputs derived from network analysis and QTL mapping of tomato fruit quality traits (TomNET)

Award winner: Anastasia Callaghan

Institution: University of Portsmouth

Value: Pounds 373,000

Investigating metabolite-RNase communication

Award winner: Nicholas Thomas

Institution: King's College London

Value: Pounds 399,000

TET protein function in conversion of 5mC to 5hmC during cell cycle entry

Award winner: Frederica Theodoulou

Institution: Rothamsted Research

Value: Pounds 385,000

Substrates of the N-end rule of targeted protein degradation

LEVERHULME TRUST

International networks

Sciences

Award winner: Michael Rogerson

Institution: University of Hull

Value: Pounds 43,153

A new speleothem-based record of past rainfall changes in central North Africa

Award winner: John Derek Woollins

Institution: University of St Andrews

Value: Pounds 85,946

Chalcogen-nitrogen compounds for electronics and spintronics

Humanities

Award winner: Daria Martin

Institution: University of Oxford

Value: Pounds 59,948

Mirror touch: film and mirror-touch synaesthesia symposium and practical workshop

IN DETAIL

Research Programme Grant

Award winner: Clark Lawlor

Institution: Northumbria University

Value: Pounds 259,193

Fashionable diseases: medicine, literature and culture, c. …

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