Researchers at the University have had more funding success awards from research councils and learned societies.
Fangya Xu (SPEIR) has been awarded funding from Horizon Europe for the project: Peripheral Biomarker Based Combinatorial Early Diagnostics for Dementia (CombiDiag).
Chris Reynolds (Agriculture) has been awarded funding from Horizon Europe – Marie Curie for research on Optimising multiple benefits of grass, legume and herb mixtures in crop rotations: modelling mechanisms and legacy effects (LegumeLegacy).
Keri Nicoll (SMPCS) has been awarded funding from Horizon Europe – Marie Curie for research on Atmospheric Electricity for Climate (AtmosEleC).
Jani Virtanen (SMPCS) as been awarded funding from Horizon Europe – Marie Curie for research on Asymptotics of Toeplitz determinants, soft Riemann-Hilbert problems and generalised Hilbert matrices (HilbertToeplitz).
James Ferryman (Computer Sciences) has been awarded funding from Horizon Europe for research on An advanced surveillance platform to improve the EURopean Multi Authority BordeR Security efficiency and cooperation.
David Rose (Agriculture) has received funding from BBSRC for a project on Tackling bottlenecks to the use of data for enhanced Johne’s disease control.
Hong Yang (SAGES) has received a funding from The Royal Society (International Exchanges 2021) for a project on Carbon emissions and air quality simultaneous modelling using hybrid deep learning framework.
Steve Mithen (Archaeology) has received funding from the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland for Excavation and Post-excavation of Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic deposits at Rubha Port an t-Seilich, Isle of Islay.
David Rose & Mike Goodman (Agriculture/GES) have been awarded funding from BBSRC for a project on Is cultured meat a threat or opportunity for UK farmers?
Georgios Gadanakis (Agriculture) has received BBSRC funding for Transformational blueprint for a blue economy on UK terrestrial farms: integrating sustainable shrimp production in a changing agricultural landscape.
Caroline Rymer (Biological Sciences) has been awarded BBSRC funding for a Citizen Science project on Antimicrobial Resistance.
Marcus Tindall (SMPCS) has received BBSRC funding for work on Increasing UK Dietary Fibre: The Case for the Great White British Loaf
Maxime Lepoutre (SPEIR) has received funding from the Leverhulme Trust for a project on Felicitous Fictions: Legitimate Falsehoods in Public Discourse.
James Ryalls (Agriculture) has received funding from the Royal Society for a project on Mechanistic effects of air pollution on insect navigation.
James Cooper (Chemistry) has received Royal Society funding for work on Stimuli-responsive shape-shifting transmembrane channels.
Ruby Zhang (Henley Business School) has been awarded British Academy funding for a project on Adoption of service robotics in adult social care: the effect of learning style on adoption.
Andy Turner (Meteorology) has been awarded funding by the Met Office (Newton Fund) for a project on ‘Exploring, Understanding and Predicting the Heterogeneity, Enhancement and Movement of Indian Summer Monsoon Storms (EUPHEMISMS).
Deepa Senapathi (Agriculture) has been awarded Horizon 2020 funding for Modern Approaches to the Monitoring of BiOdiversity (MAMBO)
Luke Bell (Agriculture) has received a TEAGASC Fellowship from the Irish Agriculture and Food Development Authority.
Oscar Martinez-Alvarado (Meteorology) has received follow-on funding from the Met Office WCSSP SE Asia – FORecasting for SouthEast Asia (FORSEA).