Higher education grants

December 4, 2000

The University of Huddersfield

The following have received research grants:

P. Barnes , £181,294 from the Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (new metal carbon coated ceramic structures as advanced absorbents for use in gas filtration processes).

M. Coyle
, £12,500 from the Department of the Environment, Reactions & Transport (feasibility of fuel efficiency database of LGVs); £15,500 from National Trust Strategic (review of print management).

C.O. Hunt
, 36,482 from the Arts & Humanities Research Board (Niah cave project).

P. Williams
, £60, 348 from the Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (production and characterisation of quantum semiconductor nanoparticles from yeast).

P. Williams
, £12,000 from the European Union (biocatalysed synthesis of ester and polyetherols and substituted bazoic Acids).

J. Mason
, £25.215 from the Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council & Natural White UK (approximation algorithms for local changes in restorative dentistry); £22,170 from the EPSRC and the National Physical Laboratory (generalised radial basis approximation algorithms in metrology).

T.L. McCluskey
, £11,715 from the Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (the application of theory refinement techniques to repair of logic based requirements specifications).

C. Hippisley-Cox
, £2,180 from the AHRB (comparative evaluation of architectural conservation strategies in two European national parks).

D.G. Ford
, £12,353 from the DTI (partner search for EU CAPM Project).

D.M. Hall
, £8,200 from Yorkshire & Humberside RTN (design development & manufacture of a shade cord winding machine).

G. Lucas
, £1,712 from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (high performance two phase flow metre).

D. Little
, £25,600 from Yorkshire & Humberside RTN (digital printing on textiles).

B. Mehrdadi
, £87,112 Airbach International (teaching company scheme).

K. Ubbi
, £24,190 from Yorkshire & Humberside RTN (design & development of a racing kart chassis).

J.A. Watson
, £87,112 from NTP Ltd. (teaching company scheme).

J.E. Drake
, £3,500 from CIPFAC (primary care groups: investigating the impact of further disturbances in general practice).

N.E. Marr
, £87,112 from Peter Milnes Engineering (teaching company scheme).

R.J. Welford
, £6,576 from the Technical University of Gdansk (public administration environmental training  centre: OKKAPO5).

S. Chenery
, £54,515 from Morgan Harris Burrows (evaluation of increased forensic activity in GMP and Lancashire).

G. Gibbs
, £22,000 from the JISC, HEFCE (C03: the implementation of IMS specifications to achieve interoperability between COSE, comentor & colloquia).

M. Kazi
, £5,000 from Leeds Social Services Department (realistic evaluation of Leeds Therapeutic Social Work Team); £6,000 from the West Yorkshire Probation Service (integration of minority ethnic groups in West Yorkshire probation/bail hostels).

N. King
, £5,142 from the National Health Service (lung nurse specialists communication with patients - Pilots).

S.G. Read
, £9,000 from Huddersfield NHS Trust (identifying fire-setting and sex-offending behaviour in people with learning disabilities).

B. Maidment
, £1,234 from Yale University (representation of street culture in late 18th Century Britain).

P. Ward
, £1,044 from the British Academy (Britishness since 1870: national identity and nationalism In Scotland, Wales And Ireland).

P. Sykes
, 141,000 from HEFCE (INHALE: Information For Nursing And Health In a Learning Environment ).

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