Awards  

  • Nov - Dec 2012

    Professor Paul O'Brien and Dr Brian Saunders have been successfully awarded an EPSRC Responsive mode grant: 'Directed assembly of nanocrystals for tuneables semiconductiong polymer composities' - £585,553.

    Professor Nicholas Turner and Professor Sabine Flitsch have been successfully awarded a European Commission grant: 'Chemical Manufacturing Methods for the 21st Century Pharmaceutical Industries' - £1,230,762.

    Professor Nicholas Turner, Professor Sabine Flitsch, Professor Jason Micklefield, Professor Roy Goodacre and Professor Nigel Scrutton have been successfully awarded a BBSRC sLoLa Grant: 'Rapid Evolution of Enzymes and Synthetic Microorganisms for the Development of Industrial Biocatalysts' - £4,489,481.00.

    Professor Mike Greaney has been successfully awarded an EPSRC Responsive mode grant: 'New Catalytic C-H Activation and Decarboxylation Chemistry for Synthesis' - £341,428.

    Professor David Binks, Professor Wendy Flavell and Professor Paul O'Brien have been successfully awarded an EPSRC Responsive mode grant: 'Enhanced multiple exciton generation in colloidal quantum dots' - £627,943.80.

    Professor Roy Goodacre has been successfully awarded a European Commission grant: 'Developing an efficient e-infrastructure , standards and data flow for metabolics and its interface to biomedical ad life science e-infrastructures in Europe and world-wide' - £71,762.

    Prof Steve Yeates has been successfully awarded a contract with Molnlycke Health Care for: 'Development of Novel Curing Technology for Polyisoprene' - £109,048.

    Dr Nicholas Lockyer has been successfully awarded an EPSRC Research Grant: 'Novel ion beams to enhance ionisation in molecular secondary ion mass spectrometry' - £104,357.60.

  • October 2012

    Congratulations to Dr Louise Natrajan who has been successfully awarded a Leverhulme Trust Research Leadership Award: 'IMAGAN Imaging Protocols to Identify Actinide Apeciation and Migration in the Environment by Potical Spectroscopy' - £977,090.00.

    Dr Richard Layfield, Professor Richard Winpenny, Professor David Collison and Professor Eric McInnes have been awarded an EPSRC Responsive Mode Grant: 'Single-molecule magnetism in lanthanide organometallics' - £344,793.00

    Congratulations to Dr Lu Shin Wong who has been successfully awarded an EPSRC grant: 'Biocatalytic Nanolithography: nanofabrication of High Chemical Complesity Surfaces' - £99,977.11.

    Dr Sarah Heath who has been successfully awarded an Industrial contract with AWE: 'Rapid Seperation of Americium form Actinides, Mixed Fission Products and Matrix Elements' - £92,018.00.

    Dr Neil Burton who has been successfully awarded a NERC Standard proposal with Dr David Toppying, Dr R Alfarra, Dr N Burton, Dr C Percival and Dr A Booth: 'Improvement of composition and property prediction techniques for secondary organic aerosol (SOA)' - £366,031.71.

  • September 2012

    Professor Nick Turner has been successfully awarded a European Commission Biointense grant: 'Mastering bioprocess integration and intensification across sales ' - £207,594.00

    Professor David Procter has been successfully awarded a Syngenta CASE Studentship for Craig Cavanagh: 'Aryl and heteroaryl sulphides in low - cost metal - catalyzed scaffold assembly' - £30,000

    Professor Sabine Flitsch has been successfully awarded a KTA - Knowledge Transfer Fellowship Scheme with Thermotech Fabrics: 'Development of Vital Filtration Devices (KTA follow on project)' - £26,000.00.

    Professor Peter Budd has been successfully awarded an Industrial contract with Green Biologies: 'The production and Supply of Novel Graphene Membranes ' - £7,500.00.

  • August 2012

    Professor Robert Dryfe has been successfully awarded an EPSRC Responsive Mode Grant: 'Electrochemical Oxidation of Low Molecular Weight Alkanes to Liquid Fuels at Molecular Interfaces' - £251,141.00.

    Professor David Leigh has been successfully awarded a TSB Sustainable Manufacturing for the Process Industry grant: 'Sustainable Manufacturing of waterborne polymers for high performance decorative paints' - £218,716.80.

  • July 2012

    Dr Mike Ingleson has been successfully awarded an ERC Starting Grant: 'Lewis Acidic Borocations: improving Suzuki couplings, Material synthesis, Alkylation and Radical Transformations' - 1,267,160.50 EUR.

    Dr Steven Magennis has been successfully awarded a BBSRC Responsive Mode grant: 'Speeding and stuttering: Analysing the Dynamics of DNA Replication at the Single Molecule Level' - £300,799.

    Dr Richard Henchman has been successfully awarded a BBSRC Responsive Mode grant: 'Hierarchial, Force-Based Method to Predict the Stability of a Protein' - £267,563.

    Professor Mike Turner has been successfully awarded a Technology Strategy Board Feasibility Studies grant: 'The development of a continous process for the large-scale sustainable manufacture of 4,4'-dihalobenozphenone' - £67,111.

    Professor Nick Turner has been successfully awarded a CSIRO grant: 'Profit - 21C : Processes and Feedstock's in the 21st Century' - £200,386.

    Congratulations to Professor David Leigh, Professor Rob Dryfe and Dr Louise Natrajan have been awarded funding through the EPSRC Additional Sponsorship 2012-13.

    Professor Gareth Morris and Dr Mathias Nilsson have been successfully awarded an AZ Industrial CASE: 'New NMR tools for impurity analysis' - £22,500.   

    Professor Gareth Morris and Dr Mathias Nilsson have been successfully awarded Agilent Foundation funding: 'Proton NMR: a resolution of the resolution problem' - £29,450.

  • June 2012

    Prof Nigel Scrutton, Dr John Gardiner,  Prof Pedro Mendes and Prof David Leys have been awarded a BBSRC IPA Grant: 'Industrial chemicals of the monoterpenoid class realised through synthetic biology and pathway engineering' - £876,219.

  • May 2012

    Dr Steven Magennis has been successfully awarded a KT Challenge project: 'Imaging with broadband femtosecond lasers: a new tool for cell biology' - £27,460.

    Prof. Simon Pimblott has been successfully awarded a Technology Based Economic Development Programme grant with the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority: 'Britain's Energy Coast Programme: Technology Based Economic Development Programme, Phase 1' - £210,000.

  • April 2012

    Dr Ben Coe has been successfully awarded an EPSRC Responsive Mode Grant: 'Ruthenomesogenis for Nonlinear Optics' - £304,186.

    Professor Richard Winpenny has been successfully awarded Marie Curie Intra European Fellowship (IEF): 'Hybroqubits - Developing hybrid organic-inorganic rotaxanes for quantum information processing' - £160,297.44.

  • March 2012

    Dr Louise Natrajan has been successfully awarded a EPSRC New Directions Fellowship Grant: 'Making, stabilising and understanding unusual intermediate oxidation states in the early actinides' - £249,204.

    Professor Michael Greaney has been successfully awarded a EPSRC New Directions Fellowship Grant: 'New Catalytic Chemistry: Capturing Reactive and Un-reactive Functional Groups for Novel Heterocycle Synthesis' - £238,979.

    Dr Richard Layfield and Professor Jonathan Clayden have been successfully awarded a Leverhulme Trust Project Grant: 'Selective Functionalization of Pentadienylsilanes' - £144,971.

    Prof Stephen Yeates has been successfully awarded an Industrial CASE studentship top up: 'Modelling of amorphous Gallium-Indium- Zinc-Oxide based nano and thin-film transistors fabricated by imprint ' - £30,000.

  • February 2012

    Professor Nick Turner has been successfully awarded a Technology Strategy Board Collaborative Research and Development grant: 'Speciality recombinant enzyme for enhancing salty taste of food products' - £26,218.

    Prof. Richard Winpenny has been successfully awarded a Marie Curie Intra European Fellowship (IEF): 'Developing hybrid organic- inorganic rotaxanes for quantum information processing' - £160,297.44

     Prof. Jason Micklefield has been successfully awarded an EPSRC KTA - CPD grant: 'Supply of Small Molecule Inducers for Commercial Licensing Evaluation' - £29,612.

  • January 2012

    Professor Sabine Flitsch and Professor Nick Turner have been awarded a European Commission Marie Curie Fellowship - IDP Training Network grant: 'Development  of Cytochrome P450 Enzymes for the Chemical Manufacturing Industries (P4FIFTY)' - £422,715.

    Professor Jason Micklefield has been awarded a BBSRC Follow on Funding grant: 'Feasibility and Benchmarking of RiboTite Gene Expression Control Biotechnology' - £146,160.

    Professor Michael Turner has been awarded a Akzo Nobel Powder Coatings grant: 'Feasibility study of catalysts for low temperature care of powder coatings for Akzo Nobel' - £59,730.

    Dr Neil Dixon has been awarded an EPSRC KTA grant: 'Supply of Small Molecule Inducers for Commercial Licensing Evaluation Feasibility' - £29,612.80.

  • December 2011

    Professor Sabine Flitsch has been awarded a European Commission FP7 Large scale collaborative project grant:

    'High Density Peptide MicroArrays and High-Throughput, Label-Free Detection of Peptides, Modifications and Interactions (HiPAD)' - £252,456.00

  • November 2011

    Dr Nick Bryan and Professor Francis Livens have been awarded a European Commission FP7 Large scale collaborative project grant:

    'Bentonite Erosion: Effects on the Long Term Performance of the Engineered Barrier and Radionuclide Transport (BELBaR)' - £196,571.00

    Professor Nick Turner has been awarded a European Commission FP7 Large scale collaborative project grant:

    'The Discovery, Development and Demonstration of Biocatalysts for Use in the Industrial Synthesis of Chiral Chemicals (KYROBIO)' - £227,202.00

    Professor Michael Anderson has been awarded a Stiftelsen Sintef Studentship CASE top up:

    'AFM Studies and Crysal Growth in Nanoporous Material' - £24,000.00

    Professor Richard WinpennyProfessor Eric McInnes and Professor David Collison have been succesfully awarded an EPSRC Responsive Mode grant:

    'Hybrid rotaxanes as scaleable two qubit-gates of quantum information processing' - £347,796.60

    Professor Nick Turner has been awarded a Royal Society Wolfson merit award:

    'New biocatalysts by design and evolution' - £102,500.00

    Dr Michael Ingleson and Professor Michael Turner have been awarded a Cambridge Display Technology grant:

    'A Feasibility Study on Application of Borylation to the Synthesis of Arylamines, Fluorenes and the Polymerisation of These Arylamines' - £85,781.00

    Professor Robert Dryfe has been awarded a EPSRC KTA - Secondment Scheme grant:

    'Commercialisation of a high throughput permeability assay' - £58,419.00

  • October 2011

    Dr Michael Ingleson has been awarded an EPSRC Responsive Mode grant:

    'Direct alkene and alkyne borylation with borenium cations' - £360,050.40


    The following staff were successful awarded EPSRC Windfall - September 11 grants:

    Dr Simon WebbProfessor Jonathan Clayden and Dr Ewan Blanch:

    'Studying conformational change in membrane-bound peptides using ROA' - £20,780.00

    Professor Paul Popelier:

    'Development of a novel force field for polypeptides' - £17,931.00

    Professor Paul Popelier and Dr Ewan Blanch:

    'An interdsciplinary approach to revealing carbohydrate structure' - £25,239.00

    Professor David Procter and Dr Lydia Tabernero:

    'A cross-disciplinary approach to cancer therapy: targeting MAPK regulatory KIM phosphatises' - £30,417.00

    Dr Louise Natrajan:

    'Emission spectroscopy of the transuranics; studying fundamental properties and speciation using portable emission spectroscopy' - £12,632.00

    Dr Louise Natrajan:

    'New Read-Write-Erase materials based on optical switches for 3D data storage' - £20,090.00

    Professor David Collison, Professor Lucio Piccirillo, Professor Bruce Hamilton, Professor Richard Winpenny and Professor Eric McInnes:

    'A low temperature cryostat for electron magnetic resonance experiments' - £72,000.00

  • August 2011

    Professor Roy Goodacre has been awarded a Wellcome Trust research grant:

    'Investigation of the role of Nrf2 in man' - £18,816.00


    Dr Aline Miller, Dr Alberto Saiani, Dr Catherine Merry, Dr Julie Gough, Professor Michael TurnerProfessor Roy Goodacre, Dr Leszek Majewski and Dr Elena Bickenkova have a major collaboration for a research project grant with Solvay:

    'Collaborative R&D Programme in Peptide & Oligonucleotide based Biomaterials' - £1,421,257.00


    Professor Simon Pimblott
    Dr Sven Koehler and Professor Michael Preuss have been awarded an EPSRC KTA – CPD grant:

    'Radiation Effects on Nuclear Materials' - £36,960.80


    Professor Stephen Yeates
     is the successful winner of an EPSRC Responsive Mode grant:

    'Digital fabrication of UHF electromagnetic structures' - £295,311.04


    Professor Jason Micklefield
     has been awarded a BBSRC Follow-on Pathfinder grant:

    'Market Analysis and Intellectual Property Management of Gene Expression Control Technology' - £7,600.00


    Dr Nick Lockyer
    , Dr Kaye Williams and Dr Adam McMahon are the successfull winners of a BBSRC Responsive Mode grant:

    'Quantitative nanoscale imaging of trace elements in biological systems' - £119,426.60


    Dr Giles Johnson, Dr Caroline Bowsher, Dr Jean-Marc SchwartzProfessor Roy Goodacre have been awarded a BBSRC Responsive Mode grant:

    'Enhancing leaf transient carbon stores - role of fumarate as a possible storage compound' - £22,383.00

  • July 2011

    Professor Jonathan Clayden has been awarded a Royal Society Wolfson merit award:

    'Communication via molecular conformation' - £110,000.00


    Professor Roy Goodacre 
    is participating in the successful MRC Cross-Faculty bid (PI Dr James Nazroo):

    'Inequalities in later life frailty and wellbeing: an interdisciplinary approach to causality' £239,152.00


    Dr J Knowles and Professor Roy Goodacre are the successful winners of the BBSRC Responsive Mode grant:

    'MUSCLE: Multi-platform unbiased optimisation of spectrometry via closed-loop experimentation' - £27,242.94


    Professor Hans Westerhoff, Professor Roy Goodacre and Professor Alan Dickson have been awarded a BBSRC Responsive Mode grant:

    'Predictable Protein Production' - £819,556.00


    Professor Klaus Muller-Dethlefts
     has been awarded a Fonds National de la recherche Luxembourg Studentship:

    'Experimental characterisation of a novel ultracold degenerate Rydberg plasma' - £100,184.00

    Professor Jason Micklefield, Professory Nick Turn and Professor David Leys have been awarded a BBSRC Responsive Mode grant:

    'Directed Evolution of Enantiocomplementary Malonate Decarboxylases' - £317,821.00

  • June 2011

    Professor Nick Turner has been awarded a Technology Strategy Board (CR&D Proposal) Collaborative R&D Project:

    'Production of High Value Unnatural Amino Acids for Exploiting Novel Phenylalanine Ammonia Lyase (PAL) Biocatalysts' - £173,303.87


    Professor Jason Micklefield
     has been awarded a BBSRC Responsive Mode grant:

    'Orthogonal riboswitches as tools for controlling gene expression in bacteria' - £652,206.26


    Professor Stephen Yeates 
    is the successful winner of the Yeates Domino UK Studentship:

    'Formulation and Characterisation of Inkjet Printing Fluid' - £75,255.00


    Professor Bruce Hamilton, Professor Richard Winpenny and Professor Eric McInnes are the successful winners of the EPSRC KTA - Concept Development and Feasibility Study Scheme:

    'Developing a novel optically-detected magnetic resonance spectrometer with facilities for UV and X-Ray excitation' - £58,153.00


    Doctor Michael Ingleson 
    has been awarded a Leverhulme Trust Research project grant:

    'Regeneration of amine-borane hydrogen storage materials using H2 as reductant' - £161,685.00

  • May 2011

    Professor Peter Budd and Dr Martin Attfield are the successful winners of a Micromeritics Instrument donation scheme competition:

    ‘ASAP 2050 Xtended Pressure Sorption Analyser’


    Professor Mike Turner
     has been awarded an industrial contract from Sapient Sensors:

    ‘Functionalised CNTs for sensors’ – £58,666.

  • April 2011

    Professor Lucio Piccirillo and Professor Stephen Yeates have been awarded an STFC Mini IPS Award:

    ‘Commercialisaton of a high performance SML series electron beam resist for nano lithograph’ – £117,470


    Dr Mary Ryan, Dr Neil Burton, Dr Nick Evans, Professor Kath Morris, Prof Fred Mosselmans and Dr Roy Wogelius have been awarded an EPSRC Joint RCEP/NDA Geological disposal of nuclear waste grant:

    ‘Atomic and Macro-scale Studies of Surface Processes: Towards a Mechanistic Understanding of Surface Reactivity and Radionuclide Binding Mechanisms’ – £911,139


    Professor Francis Livens
    Dr Louise NatrajanDr Sven KoehlerDr Nick BryanProfessor Simon Pimblott, and Dr Sarah Heath have been awarded an EPSRC Equipment grant:

    ‘Core UK equipment base for characterisation and analysis of highly active radioactive materials’ – £1,578,222

  • March 2011

    Professor Jason Micklefield has been awarded an EPSRC Chemical Biology Collaborative Networks grant:

    ‘Manchester Chemical Biology Network’ – £148,330


    Professor David Procter
     has been awarded a Leverhulme Trust Research project grant:

    ‘Asymmetric copper-catalysis in the first total synthesis of the taedolidols’ – £104,000


    Dr Louise Natrajan
     has been awarded a Royal Society Research grant:

    ‘Two-photon near infra-red absorbing and emitting metal dyes for 3D optical biological imaging’ – £14,956


    Dr Cinzia Casiraghi
     has been awarded a Royal Society Research grant:

    ‘Synthesis and characterisation of molybdenum and tungsten dichalcogenide analogues of graphene’ – £15,000

  • February 2011

    Professor Jason Micklefield and Dr Lu Shin Wong have been awarded a BBSRC responsive mode grant:

    ‘Bioorthogonal site-selective protein immobilisation and labelling’ – £475,116


    Professor Jonathan Clayden
     and Dr Simon Webb have been awarded a BBSRC responsive mode grant:

    ‘Conformational switching for trans-membrane communication’ – £609,437

  • January 2011

    Professor Jonathan Clayden has been awarded a European Research Council Advanced grant:

    ‘Conformational Communication and Control (ROCOCO)’ – £1,940,886


    Professor Nick Turner
     and Professor Sabine Flitsch have been awarded a European Commission FP7 Large scale collaborative project, which they are co-ordinating:

    ‘Biotechnology for 'greening' the chemical industry - Industrial bioprocesses for fine and speciality chemicals and intermediates (BIONEXGEN)’ – £944,756.80

  • December 2010

    Professor David CollisonProfessor Eric McInnes and Professor Richard Winpenny have been awarded the EPSRC EPR tender:

    ‘An Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Research Facility and Service’ – £3,990,784

    Professor Mike Turner and Professor Roy Goodacre have been awarded a European Commission FP7 Small/Medium collaborative project co-ordinated by the Tyndale National Institute, University College Cork:

    ‘Development of a Common Sensor Platform for the Detection of IEDs (CommonSense)’ – £438,470

  • October 2010

    Professor Sabine Flitsch has been awarded a European Commission FP7 Small/Medium collaborative project, which she is co- ordinating:

    ‘Tools for the identification and the detection of biomarkers in clinical samples and patients (GlycoBioM)’ – £1,224,376

    Professor Nick Turner has been awarded a CSIRO Flagship Collaboration grant in collaboration with Australia National University:

    ‘Biotechnical solutions to Australia's transport energy and greenhouse gas challenges’ – £446,669

  • September 2010

    Professor Kath MorrisDr Nick Bryan and Professor David Vaughan have been awarded an industrial contract from AREVA:

    ‘Interaction of radium with environmentally relevant iron phases’ – £169,050

    Professor Sabine FlitschProfessor Nick GoddardProfessor Peter FieldenProfessor Peter Gardner, and Professor John Vickermann have been awarded an EPSRC Cross- disciplinary feasibility account 2010 grant:

    ‘MIB CDFA - Application of novel imaging techologies towards quantitative analytical phenotyping of single cells’ – £201,216

    Professor Mike Turner and Professor Peter Budd have been awarded a Knowledge Transfer Partnership contract in collaboration with Victrex:

    ‘Development of PolyArylEtherKetone polymers containing cross-linkable groups’ – £144,454

    Professor Sabine Flitsch has been awarded an industrial contract from BASF:

    'Research on transglycosylases’ – £287,875

    Professor Michael PreusProfessor Simon PimblottDr James Marrow and Dr Joao Fonseca have been awarded an EPSRC responsive mode grant:

    ‘Irradiation effects on flow localisation in Zirconium Alloys’ – £318,896

  • August 2010

    Professor David Procter has been awarded an EPSRC responsive mode grant:

    'Chemistry Cascades: Synthesis of Prostratin Analogues for Evaluation Against HIV' - £287,875

    Professor Gareth Morris and Dr Mathias Nilsson have been awarded an EPSRC responsive mode grant:

    'Pure Shift Proton NMR: A Resolution of the Resolution Problem?' - £482,450

  • July 2010

    Professor Paul O'Brien has been awarded a Royal Society/Leverhulme Trust Africa grant:

    'Developing Internationally Competitive Research on Solar Cell Materials at KNUST' – £150,000

    Professor Mike Turner and Professor Roy Goodacre have been awarded an EU-FP7 STREP grant, co-ordinated by the Tyndall Institute:

    'Rapid, affordable photonic crystal sensors for point of care disease diagnostics (RAPID)' – £358,891

  • June 2010

    Dr Neil Dixon has been awarded a RSE/BBSRC Enterprise fellowship:

    ‘RNA switch technology - gene expression control’ – £44,045

    Professor Stephen Yeates has been awarded a METRC award ion collaboration with Molnlycke

    ‘pH responsive behaviour of anionicaly stablised polyisoprene synthetic rubber’ – £100,000

  • May 2010

    Professor Robert Dryfe and Dr Sven Schroeder have been awarded an EPSRC NSF/Materials grant:

    'Materials World Network: The Designer Nanoparticle' – £320,348

    Professor Katherine Morris, Dr Nick Bryan, Professor Jon Lloyd and Professor Francis Livens have been awarded an NERC Consortium grant:

    'Biogeochemical Gradients and RADionulcide transport (BIGRAD)' – £1,721,038

    Professor Robert Dryfe, Dr Ian Kinloch, Dr Ernie Hill, and Dr Konstantin Novoselov have been awarded an EPSRC responsive mode grant:

    ‘Graphene electrochemistry: understanding fundamental electron transfer at graphite electrodes’ – £414,733

    Professor Gordon Jayson and Dr John Gardiner have been awarded an MRC Strategic grant:

    ‘Development of Anti-Angiogenic Oligosaccharides’ – £820,890

  • April 2010

    Professor Francis Livens, Dr Clint Sharrad, Professor Simon Pimblott, Dr Sven Koehler,Dr Sven Schroder, Professor Andrews Masters and Dr Megan Jobson have been awarded an EPSRC Nuclear Fission consortia grant:

    'MBASE: The molecular basis of advanced nuclear fuel separations' – £683,653

  • March 2010

    Dr Sarah Heath has been awarded a NDA studentship:

    'Actinide colloids and nanoparticles: relevance to legacy waste, clean up and geological disposal' – £85,700

    Professor John Sutherland has been awarded an EPSRC responsive mode grant:

    'Systems Chemistry in the Prebiotic Synthesis of RNA' – £624,641

    Professor Jim Thomas has been awarded an EPSRC responsive mode grant:

    'Convergent synthesis of bryostatins' – £209,019

  • February 2010

    Professor Stephen Yeates has been awarded a ieMRC EPSRC award:

    'Roll-to-roll vacuum processed carbon based electronics (RoVaCBE)' – £289,685

  • December 2009

    Dr Claire Eyers has been awarded a BBSRC First Investigator grant:

    'Re-Writing HIStory: Identification and Characterisation of the Human Histidine Phosphoproteome' – £336,443

    Professor Eric McInnes, Professor Richard Winpenny, and Professor David Collison have been awarded an EPSRC responsive mode grant:

    'Learning how to manipulate spins: EPR studies of anti-ferromagnetic rings and linked rings towards quantum computation' – £335,261

    Dr Mathias Nilsson and Professor Gareth Morris have been awarded an EPSRC responsive mode grant:

    'Matrix-Assisted DOSY' – £332,583

  • October 2009

    Professor Nicholas Turner has been awarded a Framework 7 grant:

    'Amine synthesis through biocatalytic cascades (AMBIOCAS)' – £566,753

  • June 2009

    Prof Mike Turner has been awarded a NSF/EPSRC Materials grant:

    'NHC-PdCatalytic Systems (HNC = N-Heterocyclic Carbene) for the Synthesis of Novel Triarylamine Polymers Containing Fused Heterocyclic Rings' – £312,287

    Dr Peter Budd and Dr F Siperstein have been awarded a NSF/EPSRC Materials grant:

    'The subtle balance between rigidity and swelling in functional nanoporous polymers' – £320,475

    Professor P O’Brien has been awarded a Leverhulme Trust/Royal Society Africa grant:

    'Development of Chemicals and Useful Products for Tanzanian Industries' –£150,000

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