The funding award update will be published every two months giving details of funding awarded within a specific time period.  The information is obtained from the Research Information System, Pure, the repository for all R&I information at the University of Portsmouth.  This can be viewed through the Portsmouth Research Portal.  Awards displayed are to the value of £5,000 or higher.

Successful awards attained in Between 1 December 2017 and 31st January 2018: 

Faculty of Business and Law

Pierre Failler Valuation of the Ecosystem Services of one of the Major Marine Reserves in Africa £124,000 Agence Française de Dévelopment
Dusana Hullova Market Research Project for PackOnTime in the UK £18,000 Kern UK Ltd
Pierre Failler/ Ben Drakeford PANDORA (Paradigm for Novel Dynamic Oceanic Resource Assessments £259,000 Horizon 2020
Mark Xu Canvard Study Tour £108,000 Canvard Ltd

Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries

Hongjie Ma Feasibility – Pathway to Autonomy for an SME Factory £59,000 Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
Toby Meredith Laptop Promotional Filming and Sustainability Advert £15,000 A2C Services Ltd

Faculty of Science

Sarah Barber Implant Course: Healthcare Learning £39,000 Healthcare Learning Ltd
Jenny Burbage An international comparison of sports bra preferences and breast health issues £6,500 Commercial funding
Simon Kolstoe Audit of Publications Resulting From HRA Approved Research Database £10,000 Health Research Authority
Simon Kolstoe Ministry of Defence Ethics and Governance £44,000 Ministry of Defence
Ian Hendy Micro Plastic Content Fresh-Caught Sea Food Purchases From Supermarkets £5,000 Daily Mail
Richard Teeuw Impacts of Hurricane Maria in Dominica: Geomorphological Change and Infrastructure Damage Baseline Surveys, With Verification of Mapping From Satellite Imagery £50,000 Natural Environment Research Council
Melvin Vopson Anti Ferroelectric materials for non volatile memory applications £11,000 Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
Kristina Wanyonyi Evaluation of Southampton Health Early Years (HEYA) Silver – Oral Health Programme £5,000 Local Government Funding
Gordon Watson A review of the impacts of bait collection and assessing the extent of bait collection £25,000 Natural England
Trevor Willis Filling the Trophic Gaps in the Dynamics of Obligate Predator Prey Relationships £5,000 British Ecological Society
Malcolm Whitworth Summary and Evaluation of the Existing Ground Motion Prediction Models (GMPE) £16,000 Chaucer Underwriting Services Ltd
John Young Devices for Dignity Healthcare Technologies Cooperative £31,000 Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
John Young SETSquared (innovate & HEFCE funds) £24,000 Southern England Technology Triangle Squared partnership
John Young A Breakthrough Non-Invasive Diagnostic Test for Overactive Bladder (OAB) £29,000 Rosetrees Trust

Faculty of Technology

Muhammad Ali Assessment of Novel Application of Gallagher Quarry Waste £5000 Gallagher Aggregates
Afshin Anssari-Benam Leverhulme Visiting Professorship £39,000 Leverhulme Trust
Florian Beutler Royal Society University Research Fellowship £415,000 The Royal Society
James Buick Novel Compressor Design: Development, Sizing and Optimisation £52,000 Business Edge
Djamila Ouelhadj New Energy and Resources from Urban Sanitation £223,000 Interreg
Djamila Ouelhadj Windfarm Autonomous Support Vessles Project (WASP) £153,000 Innovate UK
Philip Scott Understanding The Role of the Hampshire Care & Health Information Exchange in Changing Clinical Practice: A Realist Evaluation £31,000 NHS South and West Commissioning Support Unit

Faculty of Humanities and Social Science

Alessandro Benati Panama Bilingue Programme £150,000 The Ministry of Education
Tamsin Bradley Violence Against Women Transformation Proposal £39,000 Home Office
Becky Milne Masterclass: The Whole Story Approach £15,000 Course fees
June Purvis Womans Suffrage International Conference £9,000 Conference fees

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