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Funded Research 2005-06

Prof PA Atkinson, Prof P Glasner (with BIOSI & JOMEC & Lancaster University)

Economic and Social Research Council
£147,479
Stem cells CBAR - CESAGen work-package


Prof H Beynon

Unison Cymru
£40,000
Mutual interests in the field of labour relations, trade unions and public services in Wales


Mr SM Davies

Unison
£4,802
School meals contracting out


Mr SM Davies

Public and Commercial Services Union
£13,287
Third sector provision of public services


Mr SM Davies

Connect
£21,183
Union learning reps in BT


Dr E Elliott

Lancaster University
£9,850
Social capital, history and policy implementation:  A synthesis and review of the literature


Dr E Elliott

The Tavistock Institute
£13,635
Evaluating the new opportunities fund's healthy living centre programme


Dr E Elliott (with ADMIN & ARCHI & CARBS & JOMEC & MEDIC & PHYSX & PSYCH)

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
£125,000
RCUK Fellowships


Prof DA Epstein, Prof P Brown (with University of Bristol & University of the West of England)

Economic and Social Research Council
£14,574
Geographies of knowledge/geometries of power:  Global higher education in the 21st century


Prof DA Epstein, Dr AR Dowler

Welsh Assembly Government
£3,772
Assessment of school anti-bullying policies in Wales


Dr A Faulkner, Prof P Glasner

Economic and Social Research Council
£80,564
Regulatory innovation of a contested technology zone: follow-up study of human tissue engineering in the UK and EU


Prof J Fitz, Mr M Tomlinson

Economic and Social Research Council
£30,875

Employability career progression and working futures


Dr K Henwood (with PSYCH)

Economic and Social Research Council
£23,932
Gender theories and risk perception: A secondary analysis


Mr T Horlick-Jones

CIEMAT
£6,167
Fusion economic and social studies


Mr T Horlick-Jones

Rail Safety and Standards Board
£17,600
Stakeholder engagement:  Valuing safety and the safety decisions framework


Dr E Kahveci

International Tansport Federation Seafarers Trust
£95,975
The formation and maintenance of port based welfare work from the perspective of seafarers


Prof LAR Moore

Wales Office of Research & Development for Health & Social Care
£237,993
Public health improvement research


Prof LAR Moore, Miss J Holliday, Dr S Murphy (with University of Bristol)

Medical Research Council
£316,629
Social network analysis of the dynamic relationship between adolescent smoking behaviour and peer influence


Prof LAR Moore, Dr K Tapper, Dr S Murphy

Welsh Assembly Government
£259,488
Evaluation of free school breakfasts initiative


Prof S Power

University of London
£4,400
An examination of the educational and career trajectories of assisted place holders


Prof S Power, Dr C Taylor, Prof GM Rees

Field Studies Council 
£42,841
Out of school learning: variations in provision and participation in secondary schools


Prof LF Prior (with MEDIC & Heriot-Watt University)

The Wellcome Trust 
£5,896
Genetic testing and insurance: The problem of adverse selection


Prof TL Rees

Commission of European Communities
£56,830
Regional trajectories to the knowledge economy:  A dynamic model (EURODITE)


Dr HA Sampson

ITF Seafarers' Trust 
£130,000
Occupational health and safety


Dr HA Sampson

The Nippon Foundation 
£356,000
SIRC fellowship


Dr HA Sampson, Dr N Winchester, Dr E Kahveci

European Commission
£136,707
Study of training capacity in the merchant shipping industry


Dr NC Selwyn

Cardiff Children and Young People's Partnership
£4,875
A study of young people's use of IT for sexual health advice and information


Dr K Tapper (with University of Swansea)

The Nuffield Foundation 
£7,187
Effects of two ideation strategies on children's ability to delay gratification


Dr K Tapper, Prof LAR Moore, Dr C Shaw

Wales Office of Research & Development for Health & Social Care 
£59,912
Developing and piloting of an acceptance-based intervention for overweight and obese women


Dr C Taylor

Welsh Assembly Government
£5,660
Review of part-time students and part-time study in Wales


Prof DR Walters

Work Safe Victoria
£10,000
Review of participative management literature


Prof GH Williams

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence
£32,437
Approaches to generating and maintaining health and effectiveness of interventions at individual, community and population levels


Prof GH Williams (with University of  Wales Bangor & University of Wales Swansea)

Welsh Assembly Government 
£173,718
Support for the development of health impact assessment in Wales


Dr ML Williams, Dr AL Robinson

Welsh Development Agency
£17,984
The Stonewall Cymru survey of lesbian, gay and bisexual communities in Wales 2006


Dr B Wu

Universita Degli Studi Di Padova
£20,400
A study of Chinese migration into the Veneto region of Italy


Total: £2,528,736