Grants

August 18, 1995

UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL

Research Grants Dr M. Carroll, Pounds 55,419 from the Natural Environment Research Council (experimental study of the role of carbon dioxide in magmatic systems); Dr A. Leyshoon and Professor A. Thrift, Pounds 82,690 from the Economic and Social Research Council (financial infrastructure withdrawal and access to financial services); Dr D. Field, Pounds 218,431 from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (very low energy electron attachment dissociative attachment and electron molecule scattering).

Dr P. Upton, Pounds 86,895 from the EPSRC (fellowship for Dr Upton); Dr G. Balint Kurti, Pounds 80,857 from the EPSRC (chemical reactions and energy exchange processes); Professor M. Lowson, Pounds 79,308 from the EPSRC (future urban transport system - preliminary concept development); Professor B. Vincent, Pounds 74,374 from the EPSRC (resolvation of dried polymer layers on surfaces: its effect on particle desorption); Mr B. Day, Pounds 54,086 from the EPSRC (teaching company scheme with Alan Nuttall Limited); Dr A. Stobart, Pounds 136,304 from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council and Scotia Pharmaceuticals Ltd (isolation and characterisation of CDNRs for the fatty acid desaturase from developing seeds of borage).

Dr C. Stokes, Pounds 109,756 from the BBSRC (antigen presenting cells of the porcine gut); Dr M. Miles, Pounds 104,128 from the BBSRC (scanning probe microscopy studies of the structure and interactions of gluten proteins); Dr J. Partridge, Pounds 204,202 from the NERC (evolution and molecular ecology of deep-sea fish visual pigments); Professor G. Allen, Pounds 144,855 from the EPSRC (the manufacture and optimisation of wear resistant surfaces on light alloys); Professor J. McGeehan, Pounds 98,877 from the EPSRC (a decorrelating receiver testbed for asynchronous DS-CDMA in the mobile radio environment); Dr D. Grant, Pounds 96,693 from the EPSRC (teaching company scheme with SEM Ltd - a fast design, prototyping and test facility for brushless motors); Professor B. Vincent, Pounds 74,374 from the EPSRC (resolvation of dried polymer layers on surfaces: its effect on particle desorption); Dr I. Campbell, Pounds 55,406 from the EPSRC (neural computing using binary-valued weights).

Professor J. Holbrook, Pounds 172,424 from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (enzymes for the systhesis of chiral effects chemicals);Dr C. Lazarus, Pounds 121,000 from the BBSRC (two novel transacting factors from avena factua aleurone cells which bind an a-amylase promoter).

European Funds Professor R. Severn, Ecu380,000 from the Commission (European consortium of earthquake shaking tables); Dr E. Barrett, Ecu120,000 from CEC's Avicenne Community (analysed climatology of rainfall obtained from satellite and surface data for the Mediterranean basin); Professor H. Peregrine, Ecu73,216 from CEC's Marine Science and Technology MAST II Programme (the interaction of water waves and coastal structures); Mr Mohan Raj, Ecu420,000 from the CEC's Air Programme (development of new humane stunning and relating processing methods for poultry); Professor A. Bateman, Ecu360,070 from the CEC's Tide Programme (functional electrical stimulation to improve value ability and lifestyle); Professor A. Walsby, Ecu155,568 from the CEC's Environment Programme (development and fate of cyanobacterial blooms in the Baltic).

Professor R. Severn, Ecu87,410 from the CEC's HCM Concerted Action Programme (round-table on large-scale facilities in earthquake engineering); Dr A. Harrison, Ecu81,476 from the CEC's Environment Programme (desertification/ processes in the Mediterranean area and their interlinks with the global climate); Professor J. McCleverty, Ecu500,000 from the CEC's Human Capability Programme (electron and energy transfer in model systems and their implication for molecular electronics); Dr J. Henley, Ecu248,700 from the CEC's International Co-operation Programme (molecular regulation of vertebrate glutamate receptors); Dr J. Kyle, Ecu76,030 from the CEC's Technology Initiative for Disabled & Elderly People (Tide). to be continued

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