New Projects/Grants

 

Grant provider

Project

Amount

Principal Investigator

Duration

INTERREG Ireland-Wales Co-operation Programme 2014-2020

DWR UISCE (Distributing our Water Resources: Utilising Integrated, Smart and low-Carbon Energy) 1,690,456 AP WIlliams September 2016 - August 2021

BBSRC (Newton Fund Scheme China)

UK - China Virtual Joint Centre for Improved Nitrogen Agronomy (CINAG)

£710,000

D Chadwick & DL Jones

2016-2019

BBSRC (Newton Fund Scheme Brazil)

A Virtual Joint Centre for enhanced Nitrogen Use Efficiency via an integrated Soil-Plant Systems approach for the UK & Brasil

£249,000

DL Jones & D Chadwick

2016-2019

Ser Cymru National Research Network

Cleaner Cows

£440,000

J Gibbons

2015-2018

Bangor Impact Accelerator Award

Food Values: Using Values to Inform Governance & Policy in Wales

 

tbc

S Wynn-Jones

February 2016 – August 2016

Global Innovation Initiative

 

Establishing a network of research excellence for mine reclamation in southeast Asia.

 

£150,000

 

M McDonald Co-I’s: G Bird & P Roberts

1st April 2015 – 31st March 2017

 

UK Science and Innovation Fund

Evidence based decision making: Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMA) for the livestock sector of Costa Rica (with CATIE, Costa Rica)

£120,000

R Brook

2015-2016

Defra

Sustainable Intensification Platform II

£92,000

D Chadwick

2015-2017

NERC Envision Tipping points in Mangrove Ecosystems tbc M Rayment 1st Dec 2015 - Dec 2018

British Council Newton Fund

Forest Fruit and Rural Nutrition (FFARN)

£89,035

M Rayment

April 2015- April 2017

Ser Cymru National Research Network

Multi-Land

£494,000

A Smith

2015-2018

Ser Cymru National Research Network Climate Smart Grass £454,000 DL Jones 2015-2018

Defra

Sustainable Intensification Platform I

£143,000

D Chadwick

2014-2017

Tree Health and Plant Biosecurity Initiative [BBSRC, Defra (with support of the Welsh Government), ESRC, Forestry Commission, NERC, Scottish Government]

Modelling economic impact and strategies to increase resilience against tree disease outbreaks

£575,456

Prof Adam Kleczkowski (University of Stirling); Co-I’s Prof Nick Hanley (University of St Andrews), Prof Chris Gilligan (University of Cambridge); Prof John Healey (Bangor University)

June 2014 – June 2017