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EPSRC Support by Socio-economic Theme in Directed Assembly GC

EPSRC classifies the research it supports by socio-economic theme. This taxonomy has been used to classify all grants current on 1st January 2003 or received after this date.

Please note that the assignment of a theme to a grant indicates that the theme may apply in whole or in part to the research activity of that grant. This means that the values of grants within a classification should not be totalled to find the total investment in that area or to compare investment between areas of research. The value shown for each grant is always the total awarded, not the proportion attributed to the individual socio-economic theme.

Grant TitlePrincipal
OrganisationDepartmentTotal Grant
Value (£)
CCP5 Flagship DL_MONTE: Monte Carlo Simulation of Condensed PhasesWilding, Professor NUniversity of BathPhysics 725,606
Controlling membrane translocation for artificial signal transductionWilliams, Professor NHUniversity of SheffieldChemistry 356,411
Controlling Membrane Translocation for Artificial Signal TransductionHunter, Professor CAUniversity of CambridgeChemistry 405,953
Coordination cages for bimolecular supramolecular catalysisWard, Professor MDUniversity of SheffieldChemistry 352,692
Coordination Chemistry Inspired Advances in Controlled Radical PolymerisationShaver, Dr M PUniversity of EdinburghSch of Chemistry 334,935
Designing Highly Axial Lanthanide Single Molecule MagnetsMills, Dr DPUniversity of Manchester, TheChemistry 705,947
Dynamically Adaptive Metal-organic NanoporesNitschke, Professor JRUniversity of CambridgeChemistry 604,939
Exploring the MOF-peptide interface: from phage display to materials synthesis, thin films and compositesPerry, Professor CNottingham Trent UniversitySchool of Science & Technology 252,549
Exploring the MOF-peptide interface: from phage display to materials synthesis, thin films and compositesBradshaw, Dr DUniversity of SouthamptonSchool of Chemistry 370,247
Harnessing Nature's ability to create membrane compartmentalisation through redesign of a protein machinery.Ciani, Dr BUniversity of SheffieldChemistry 307,479
Harnessing Nature's ability to create membrane compartmentalisation through redesign of a protein machinery.Beales, Dr P AUniversity of LeedsSch of Chemistry 342,200
Hydrates in Solution - Interactions of drug compounds with water in pre-nucleation clustersEdkins, Dr KQueen's University of BelfastSch of Pharmacy 74,692
Interlocked fullerene and endohedral metallofullerene hosts for molecular machine-like sensingBeer, Professor PDUniversity of OxfordOxford Chemistry 875,651
Molecular Magnets of Re(IV)Brechin, Professor EKUniversity of EdinburghSch of Chemistry 356,257
Multicomponent Supramolecular HydrogelsAdams, Professor DJUniversity of GlasgowSchool of Chemistry 789,183
Multi-Domain Self-Assembled Gels: From Multi-Component Materials to Spatial and Temporal Control of Multi-Component BiologySmith, Professor DKUniversity of YorkChemistry 359,780
Phase III of The Directed Assembly EPRSC Grand Challenge Network: From Discovery to TranslationMakatsoris, Professor CCranfield UniversitySch of Aerospace, Transport & Manufact 254,037
Programmable 'Digital' Synthesis for Discovery & Scale-up of Molecules, Clusters & NanomaterialsCronin, Professor LUniversity of GlasgowSchool of Chemistry 3,693,477
Putting Low Coordination into Practice by the Exploration of Metal-sigma-Interactions: Fundamentals, New Catalysts and Catalysis for New MaterialsWeller, Professor AUniversity of OxfordOxford Chemistry 1,908,377
Putting the Squeeze on Molecule-Based MagnetsBrechin, Professor EKUniversity of EdinburghSch of Chemistry 1,319,365
RS Fellow - EPSRC grant (2016): Realising the Automated Materials SynthesiserSlater, Dr AGUniversity of LiverpoolChemistry 300,571
Two dimensional supramolecular networks on insulators: structural organisation, fluorescence and host-guest interactionsChampness, Professor NRUniversity of NottinghamSch of Chemistry 783,422
Uranium-Ligand Multiple Bonds: From Molecules to MaterialsLiddle, Professor STUniversity of Manchester, TheChemistry 1,422,792

Total Number of Grants: 24
Total Value of Grants: £16,997,625

The grant value may include the cost of access to facilities (these funds are not awarded to the grant holding organisation).