Research Awards - October 2004
(5 November 2004)
Research grants have recently been awarded to members of staff from a number of University departments.Archaeology
Dr J C Chapman: The prehistoric exploitation of salt in Romania.
The British Academy - £1,500 (Extension to existing award)
Professor C Haselgrove: Traprain Law Environs Project: Phase 2
Historic Scotland - £8,000 (Extension to existing award)
Dr M J White: The Lower & Middle Palaeolithic Occupation.
English Heritage - £1,586.25
Biological & Biomedical Sciences
Dr P Chazot: Contribution of the alpha 7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subtype to the mechanisms underlying brain preconditioning.
BBSRC - £13,000 (transferred from University of Bradford)
Dr M C Lucas: Adult River Lamprey Migration in the Yorkshire Derwent and Yorkshire Ouse in relation to barriers and flows, 2004-2005.
The Environment Agency - £9,850
Dr M C Lucas: Expansion of the Signal Crayfish Population on the River Ure 2004.
The Environment Agency - £1,000
Professor J P S Badyal: Digital Molecular Information Layers for Sensors and Diagnostics.
EPSRC- £51,678 (Linked to Professor Munro’s award)
Professor D Parker: EMIL - European Molecular Imaging Laboratories.
European Commission - £12,850
Professor M Munro: Digital Molecular Information Layers for Sensors and Diagnostics.
EPSRC - £49,145 (Linked to Professor Badyal’s award)
Dr L Ran: China-UK Science Networks.
The Royal Society - £2,746
Professor S N Lane: Three-dimensional quantification of coherent flow structures in large alluvial channels: a new approach using multibeam sounding.
NERC - £12,594.88 (transferred from Leeds University)
Professor S N Lane: Integrated modelling of water, water quality and sediment delivery for best practice in upland environments
NERC - £5,102.70 (transferred from Leeds University)
Dr J Bolton: Operator Theory and Spectral Analysis: An LMS Durham Research Symposium.
EPSRC - £53,517
Professor J M Chamberlain: TERANOVA - Novel Terahertz Sensing and Imaging Systems for Biotechnology, Healthcare, Security and Process Monitoring.
European Commission - £682,000
Dr R P Cowburn: MAGLOG - Exploring the Frontiers of Magnetic Logic.
European Commission - £192,303
Professor D R Flower: The Molecular Universe: An Interdisciplinary Programme on the Physics and Chemistry of Molecules in Space.
European Commission - £131,937
Professor A P Monkman: NANOTEMPLATES - Templates for Engineered Nano-Objects for use in Microwave, Electronic Devices and Biomedical Sensing Applications.
European Commission - £99,523
Dr R M Myers: Work for the Glas Ground Layer Laser Adaptive Optics Project for the Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes, La Palma.
PPARC - £195,175
Dr T Theuns: Structure and Evolution of the Intergalactic Medium - International Outgoing Short Visit - Dr Raghunathan Srianand/India.
The Royal Society - £1,100
Professor Sir A W Wolfendale: Cosmic Ray Astrophysics - Joint Project with Russia.
The Royal Society - £9,000
School of Applied Social Studies
Professor John Carpenter: Sure Start Evaluation.
Sure Start: Seaham - £18,750 (Extension to existing award)
Professor John Carpenter: Sure Start: Chester-le-Street.
Sure Start: Chester-le-Street - £18,750 (Extension to existing award)
Professor G Glover: Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service Mapping for England.
Department of Health - £70,972
Professor D Davies: Welfare and Religion in a European Perspective - A Comparative Study of the Role of the Churches as Agents of Welfare within the Social Economy.
Diakonivetenskapliga Institutet - £1,000