Grants

April 21, 1995

UNIVERSITY OF READING

Research grants: Professor A. O'Neill and Dr L. Steenman-Clark, Pounds 74,045 from the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (UK universities global atmospheric modelling programme); Professor K. Warwick, Pounds 59,999 from the EPSRC/Department of Trade and Industry (teaching company centre); Dr J. McKeating, Pounds 125,492 from the Medical Research Council (functional characterisation of primary HIV-1 envelope glycoprotein); Dr G. Wadge, Pounds 71,103 from the Natural Environment Research Council (knowledge-based system for the lithological interpretation of ODP borehole logs); Dr A. Webb, Pounds 89,3 from the NERC (earth observation research fellowship).

NOTTINGHAM TRENT UNIVERSITY

Research contracts: Drs G. Sanders and D. Palmer-Brown, Pounds 65,000 from the Department of Environment (computer modelling to predict crop responses to ozone); Dr R. Bardos, Pounds 121,847 from the DoE (remedial technologies).

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