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Research awards February 2004

(2 March 2004)

In February 2004 colleagues from the following departments received research funding: Applied Social Studies, Biological & Biomedical Studies, Business School, CEM Centre, Chemistry, Computer Science, East Asian Studies, Earth Sciences, English Studies, Geography, History, Law, Mathematical Sciences, Physics, Theology.

Ms Di Barnes (Applied Social Studies): Implementation of Independent Mental Health Act Advocacy - Department of Health £51,280

Professor K Lindsey (Biological & Biomedical Studies):Analysis of sterol-mediated regulation of START domain transcription factors in Arabidopsis -BBSRC £249,728

Dr S Przyborski (Biological & Biomedical Sciences): Clinical potential of proteomics in the diagnosis of neural tumours - Yorkshire Cancer Research £18,220

Professor A R Slabas (Biological & Biomedical Sciences): Elucidating the components and organisation of lipid metabolism in plants - BBSRC £296,734

Dr C L Thompson (Biological & Biomedical Sciences): Stargazin-microtubule-associating protein complexes and their role in AMPA receptor trafficking and neuronal migration - BBSRC £212,094

Mr P Andriani (Business School): Network, knowledge sharing and cluster development - European Commission £38,957.50

Dr P Barmby (CEM Centre): Evaluation of the repayment of teachers' loans scheme - Department for Education and Skills £34,060

Dr J W Steed (Chemistry): Single crystal neutron studies on novel hypervalent hydrides - The Royal Society £14,703

Dr N S Holliman (Computer Science): Stereoscopic Displays Project - Centre of Excellence in Digital Technology and Media Limited £64,930

Professor G Barnes (East Asian Studies): Tectonic Keys to Japanese Geology and Archaeology: an assessment of Japanese geology for archaeological purposes - AHRB £13,625

Professor J P Davidson (Earth Sciences): American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting - The Royal Society £1035

Dr Sean Burke (English Studies): The Ethics of Writing: Authorship and Legacy in Plato, Nietzsche and Derrida - AHRB £10,205

Dr A J Long (Geography): Hartlepool Submerged Forest Project - Hartlepool Borough Council £3650

Dr D N Petley (Geography): Skinningrove Environmental Survey - Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council £26,438

Dr S R Davies (History): Stalin on Stalinism: a study of Stalin's political values based on his private papers - AHRB £10,205

Dr A Green (History): Houses and Society in England 1550-1750 - Research Leave Scheme AHRB £10,205

Dr L Scales (History): In a German Mirror: Authority, Crisis, and German Identity, 1245-1414 - AHRB £10,205

Professor R Greaves (Law): The influence of Advocates-General's opinions in the development of the European Community legal order - AHRB £10,205

Dr J R Parker (Mathematical Sciences): Structures of spaces of complex hyperbolic discrete groups - European Commission £152,261

Professor W J Zakrzewski (Mathematical Sciences): Classical lattice field theory - PPARC £10,106.56
(co-investigator: Professor R S Ward, Mathematical Sciences)

Dr S L Cornish (Physics): Formation of bright matter-wave solitons in an ultracold rubidium-85 gas - The Royal Society £15,000

Professor R M Sharples (Physics): Astronomical instrumentation for ground based telescopes - PPARC £1,859,750

Dr C Harrison (Theology): Rethinking the development of St. Augustine's theology: an argument for continuity - AHRB £10,205

Professor L Stuckenbruck (Theology): Commentary on 'Epistle of Enoch', Apocalypse of Weeks, and Appendices of 1 Enoch (ch.'s 91-108) - AHRB £10,205

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