Grant Winners

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Grant Winners


Royal Society

Wolfson Research Merit Awards

Awards are worth £10,000-£30,000 a year, which is a salary enhancement

Award winner: Damon Teagle

Institution: University of Southampton

The timing and duration of mid-ocean ridge flank hydrothermal chemical exchange

Award winner: Anatoly Zayats

Institution: King's College London

Functional metamaterials for nanophotonics

Leverhulme Trust

Major Research Fellowships

Award winner: Maggie B. Gale

Institution: University of Manchester

Value: £146,800

A social history of British performance cultures 1900-39: law, surveillance and the body

Award winner: Sarah Coakley

Institution: University of Cambridge

Value: £157,954

Knowing darkly: systematic theology on the problem of sin and redemption

Award winner: Deborah Oxley

Institution: University of Oxford

Value: £157,537

Weighty matters: anthropometrics, gender and health inequality in Britain's past

Award winner: Giovanni Capoccia

Institution: University of Oxford

Value: £162,154

Reshaping democracy after authoritarianism: responses to neo-fascism in Europe

Research Project Grants

Sciences

Award winner: Maurice Elphick

Institution: Queen Mary University of London

Value: £119,640

Neuropeptide "cocktails": is there a message in the mix?

Award winner: Richard Holland

Institution: Queen's University Belfast

Value: £159,214

The mystery of bird migration: testing hypotheses of true navigation

Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council

Research Grants

Award winner: Saul Purton

Institution: University College London

Value: £2,363,928

Algal oils by design: a new biotech platform for high-value lipids

Award winner: Javier Guitian

Institution: Royal Veterinary College, University of London

Value: £282,246

Combined use of novel diagnostic tools and strategic vaccination to control bovine brucellosis in endemic areas

Award winner: Neil Perkins

Institution: Newcastle University

Value: £384,474

DNA damage induced phosphorylation and regulation of NF-kappaB

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Economic and Social Research Council

Award winner Laleh Khalili

Institution Soas, University of London

Value £633,870

Military mobilities and mobilising movements in the Middle East

This project will explore the development of cities, infrastructures, ports and transport in the Middle East and the Gulf states with the aim of producing a socio-historical account of the emergence of the technological grand projects of harbour-dredging, port-building, shipping and the accumulation of capital in transport. …

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