Grant winners

October 15, 2009

Science and Technology Facilities Council

Award winner: Alison Laird

Institution: University of York

Value: £287,000

Explosive nucleosynthesis in novae and X-ray bursts

Award winner: Dan Watts

Institution: University of Edinburgh

Value: £486,000

Illuminating strongly interacting matter

Award winner: Douglas MacGregor

Institution: University of Glasgow

Value: £42,000

Illuminating strongly interacting matter

Award winner: John Simpson

Institution: Daresbury Laboratory

Value: £121,000

Exploring the limits of nuclear existence for heavy proton-rich nuclei

Award winner: Robert Page

Institution: University of Liverpool

Value: £419,000

Exploring the limits of nuclear existence for heavy proton-rich nuclei

Award winner: John Smith

Institution: University of the West of Scotland

Value: £94,000

Exploring the limits of nuclear existence for heavy proton-rich nuclei

Award winner: Dave Cullen

Institution: University of Manchester

Value: £300,000

Determining the role of non-axial deformation on proton decays: DPUNS - a differential plunger for unbound nuclear states

Award winner: Roy Lemmon

Institution: Daresbury Laboratory

Value: £241,000

Studies of the equation of state of asymmetric nuclear matter

Award winner: Marielle Chartier

Institution: University of Liverpool

Value: £34,000

Studies of the equation of state of asymmetric nuclear matter

Medical Research Council

Award winner: Jon Ayres

Institution: University of Birmingham

Value: £49,957

Welline: wellbeing and the indoor environment

Award winner: Mima Cattan

Institution: Leeds Metropolitan University

Value: £49,964

Constructing a model to guide investment in older people's mental capital, mental health and wellbeing

Award winner: Charlotte Laura Clarke

Institution: Northumbria University

Value: £49,861

Enabling environment: modelling wellbeing in ageing

Award winner: Wendy Gidman

Institution: University of Strathclyde

Value: £49,988

Optimising targeted delivery of mental health and lifelong wellbeing interventions in Scotland

Award winner: Karim Hadjri

Institution: Queen's University Belfast

Value: £49,962

Cogworks - the cognitive health and wellbeing hub

Award winner: Remco Polman

Institution: University of Central Lancashire

Value: £42,609

Psychomotor health across the lifespan: consequences for active, happy and healthy ageing

Award winner: Marcus Redley

Institution: University of Cambridge

Value: £48,526

The lifelong health and wellbeing of adults with neurodevelopmental disorders associated with intellectual disabilities

Award winner: Afroditi Stathi

Institution: University of Bath

Value: £48,058

The Avon Network for the Promotion of Active Ageing in the Community

Award winner: Ross Wilkie

Institution: Keele University

Value: £ 45,471

Work, health and wellbeing: an interdisciplinary approach to managing health in the workplace

Award winner: Gill Windle

Institution: Bangor University

Value: £49,723

Challenges and healthy ageing: the role of resilience across the life course

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Economic and Social Research Council

Award winner: Steve Armstrong

Institution: University of Hull

Value: £75,000

Management and business development fellowship

This fellowship will support a student at Hull University Business School who will focus on research into European transportation and logistics. David Grant, director of the Logistics Institute, and Chandra Lalwani, head of logistics research at the business school, will mentor the fellow, who is expected to be a logistics practitioner looking to transfer into the academic world.

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