Grants

June 12, 1998

University of Reading. Research contracts

Dr S. Maybank, Pounds 50,000 from the Defence Research Agency (raising collision alert by tracking traffic); Dr S. Belcher, Pounds 43,324 from the Defence Research Agency (characterising steep water waves for radar scattering); Professor C. Garforth, Pounds 77,075 from the Department of the Environment (Darwin initiative grant - strengthening biodiversity capacity in the forestry curriculum in Visayas); Drs D. Keating, J. Bowen and A. Vaughan, Pounds 160,240 from the Department of Trade and Industry (teaching company programme with Marine Acoustics); Professor M. Crabbe and Dr J. Grainger, Pounds 80,120 from the DTI (teaching company scheme); Drs J. Anderson and T. Tan, Pounds 80,120 from DTI (teaching company scheme); Professor C. Chaplin, Pounds 40,949 from the Health & Safety Executive (degradation of galvanised wire ropes); Professor R. Flanagan, Pounds 33,500 from the H&SE (evaluation of engineering - the consequences of a design); Dr D. Hallam, Pounds 23,077 from Landell Mills Management Consultants (Czech Republic - agriculture sub-sector policy review); Dr R. Bennett, Pounds 57,031 from the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (economic study of non-notifiable disease of farm animals); Mr R. Tranter, Pounds 24,000 from MAFF (effect of global climate change on UK agriculture); Dr D. Mottram, Pounds 50,162 from MAFF (flavour generation in extruded cereal products); Professor B. Alloway, Pounds 197,196 from MAFF (use of sorptive minerals to minimise the uptake of arsenic and cadmium by food crops in contaminated soils); Dr M. Drew, Pounds 64,422 from the Ministry of Defence (molecular modelling studies); Professor C. Williams, Pounds 50,365 from Mona (hypercholester-olaemic effects of fermented milk products); Dr S. Wiggins, Pounds 139,960 from the Overseas Development Administration (changing livelihoods in rural Mexico); Dr J. Jones, Pounds 171,834 from the ODA (improving financial services for renewable natural resources development in Ghana).

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