April 14, 1995


Research grants

Dr M. Drew, Pounds 154,412 from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (experimental and computer modelling study of the water-structuring properties of carbohydrates); Dr R. Rastall, Pounds 117,988 from the BBSRC (enzymatic synthesis of analogues and derivatives of trehalose and sucrose); Dr J. Abraham, Pounds 85,420 from the Economic and Social Research Council (interaction between European Drug Regulation and toxicological science); Professor R. Burch, Pounds 106,040 from the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (novel catalysts for the selective reduction of nitrogen oxides) and Pounds 113,390 from the EPSRC (preparation of mixed oxide catalysts by molecular design) and Pounds 107,480 from the EPSRC (fundamental aspects of catalysts for clean combustion); Dr D. Hodgson, Pounds 84,328 from the EPSRC (new enantio-selective desymmetrisation methodology); G. Cook and K. Bright, Pounds 111,199 from the EPSRC (emergency lighting, escape route lighting and way-finding provision for the visually impaired); S. Green, Pounds 53,360 from the EPSRC (group decision support for value management); Professor K. Warwick and Dr P. Sharkey, Pounds 246,387 from the EPSRC (reliability of food packaging machinery)

Dr R. Cywinski, Pounds 105,903 from the EPSRC (correlations, transitions and dynamics in random anisotropy magnets); Professor P. Holland, Pounds 58,800 from the Medical Research Council (analysis in lower chordates); Drs D. Mason and G. Robinson, Pounds 105,338 from the Natural Environmental Research Council (determination, change detection and validation of a digital elevation model of the coastal zone); Professor P. Roach, Pounds 132,100 from the ESRC (emotion in speech: a corbus-based study); Professor P. Smith, Pounds 95,890 from the ESRC (prospective memory, anxiety and age); Dr R. Walsh, Pounds 62,749 from the EPSRC (isotope effects in gas phase silyene reactions); Dr J. Anderson and Mr G. Sullivan, Pounds 173,531 from the EPSRC-CAD (vision compilation).-

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