Researchers at the University of Reading have had more funding success with awards from research councils and learned societies.
Nora Honkala (School of Law) was awarded a British Academy Research Grant for Women and the Gender Gap in Legal Publishing: Interviews with Journal Editors.
Daniela La Penna (School of Literature & Languages) was awarded a Leverhulme Trust Fellowship for Publishing Translation: Jonathan Cape’s networks and protocols.
Chris Foye (Henley Business School) was awarded a British Academy Research Grant for Examining Private Rented Sector Discrimination in Gentrifying London.
Remi Tailleux (School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences) was awarded a Royal Society Research Grant for INT – Theoretical formulation and numerical implementation of new energetically and thermodynamically consistent Boussinesq models.
Abba Abba (School of Literature & Languages) was awarded a British Academy Fellowship for Documenting Trauma: Reclaiming Unpublished Biafran Voices in the Heinemann African Writers Series Archive.
Chris Brewster (Henley Business School) was awarded a British Academy Research Grant for Highly Skilled Migrants: Testing the Theory of Motivation to Integrate.
Tom Oliver (School of Biological Sciences) was awarded Contract Research from Green Finance Institute Limited for Nature-Climate Risks to Finance.
Richard Blakemore (School of Humanities) was awarded an AHRC Research Grant for Nationality and Shared Identities in Maritime Communities, 1707-1797.
Becks Spake (School of Biological Sciences) was awarded a DEFRA Research Grant for A social-ecological study of large herbivore impacts in the New Forest National Park.
Sokratis Stergiadis (School of Agriculture, Policy & Development) was awarded a FoodBioSystems DTP Studentship for Variation in the iodine content of milk, dairy products, and eggs and the mplication for UK iodine intake; studies at the farm, retail, and population level.