Researchers at the University have had more funding success awards from research councils and learned societies.
Pier Luigi Vidale (School of Mathematical, Physical & Computational Sciences) has received Horizon Europe – Marie Curie funding for research on European Eddy-RIch ESMs (EERIE).
Robin Smith (School of Mathematical, Physical & Computational Sciences) has received Horizon Europe – Marie Curie funding for research on Optimal High Resolution Earth System Models for Exploring Future Climate Changes (OptiESM).
Gabriella Rossetti (PCLS) has received funding from The Platelet Society as part of the Platelet Society Summer Studentship for Eleanor Benford for research on “Investigating relationships between HAemostatic function, VEssel health, and Neurocognitive health (The HAVEN Study)”.
Denise Tsang (Henley Business School) has received a Final Award Letter under “HEC Post-Doctoral Fellowships Programme (Phase III)-Batch I” from the Higher Education Commission (HEC) Pakistan.
Hella Eckardt (SAGES) has received funding from AHRC for research on Complex figures: Writing the chemical, archaeological and collecting biographies of 1st century AD Roman copper-alloy figurines.
Julia Garcia Rodriguez (School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy) has received funding from Mauvi Technology BV for research on Exploring the transient changes in frozen dough structure on micro and meso scales.
Arietta Papaconstantinou (PCLS) has been awarded a Leverhulme Visiting Professorship from the Leverhulme Trust.
Luke Bell (School of Agriculture, Policy & Development) has received a BBSRC Standard Research Grant for research on The smell of spud-stress: using volatile organic chemicals to detect drought in potatoes and prevent field losses.
Vaibhav Singh (School of Art and Communication Design) has received a British Library Standard Research Grant for research on Small Indian language newspapers and periodicals from the early twentieth century.