Grant Winners

September 9, 2010


Award winner: R. Hager

Institution: University of Manchester

Value: £79,677

Social environment and indirect genetic effects on life history and behavioural traits in mammals

Award winner: R.G. Hilton

Institution: Durham University

Value: £76,936

The role of physical erosion in the weathering of fossil-organic carbon: an investigation using the trace element rhenium

Award winner: R.A. Jenner

Institution: Natural History Museum

Value: £58,971

Comparative venom transcriptomics of centipedes: evolutionary diversification of a key ecological adaptation

Award winner: T. Mock

Institution: University of East Anglia

Value: £38,472

Functional adaptation of diatoms to environmental conditions in sea ice of the Southern Ocean

Award winner: B. Williams

Institution: University of Exeter

Value: £74,401

Emergent diversity of an ecologically important parasite group

Award winner: J. Biggs

Institution: University of Bristol

Value: £69,3

Active development of continental rifts: wide-swath interferometry in East Africa

Award winner: J.A. Constantine

Institution: Cardiff University

Value: £74,977

Oxbow persistence as aquatic floodplain habitat: deciphering the processes responsible for the initial open-water volume inherited by oxbow lakes

Award winner: C.J. Lissenberg

Institution: Cardiff University

Value: £69,921

Reactive-melt migration in the lower oceanic crust and its implications for the evolution of mid-ocean ridge basalt


Award winner: S.T. Buckland

Institution: University of St Andrews

Value: £1,035,861

National Centre for Statistical Ecology - beyond 2010

Award winner: V. Falko

Institution: Lancaster University

Value: £15,600

Quantum phenomena in low-dimensional materials and nanostructures

Award winner: J.H. Smart

Institution: University of Oxford

Value: £9,593

Project management on the Cern ATLAS experiment

Award winner: G.D. Love

Institution: Durham University

Value: £506,510

Beating hearts at high resolution: adaptive high-resolution selective- plane illumination microscopy

Award winner: D. Henderson

Institution: Newcastle University

Value: £70,430

Beating hearts at high resolution: adaptive high-resolution selective- plane illumination microscopy

Award winner: P.J. Bouchard

Institution: The Open University

Value: £317,859

JOINT: an Indo-UK collaboration in joining technologies

Award winner: R. Collier

Institution: University of Warwick

Value: £112,424

Accelerated introgression of host-plant resistance to carrot rust fly into elite carrot varieties by means of modern techniques for resistance

Award winner: B. Garraway

Institution: University of Sussex

Value: £721,174

Devices based on entanglement in cold arrays of trapped atoms

Award winner: S.W. Boyd

Institution: University of Southampton

Value: £424,754

Tuned-deformation response to unsteady fluid loading

Award winner: R. Ray

Institution: University of Nottingham

Value: £2,570

Protecting the malting and brewing quality of UK barley cultivars through effective FHB disease-control strategies

Award winner: D.D. Cameron

Institution: University of Sheffield

Value: £238,544

Inducing novel broad-spectrum disease resistance in wheat


Award winner: D.A. Ham

Institution: Imperial College London

Value: £59,8

Automated adjoints: how much do we really know about the source of the Indian Ocean tsunami?

Employing the use of automatic code generation, which formulates data into an efficient computer code, and efficient graphical-processing units, Dr Ham aims to dramatically reduce both developer effort and the incidence of code bugs to produce a model of the 2004 tsunami that can be used to conduct the missing sensitivity analysis of a number of published source scenarios. This will allow him to find out how much is known about the disaster's causes.

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