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We have a history of strong grant-capture, with over £63m in research grant income since 2014.

This is a sample of some of our funded research projects.

Investigator(s) Funded Title Dates Amount (£)
Prof M Williams, Dr P Burnap (School of Computer Science)US Department of Justice Understanding online hate speech as a motivator and predictor of hate crime 01/01/2017 to 31/12/2019 £103,958
Dr C Girvan Commission of the European Communities Educational robotics for STEM01/10/2015 to 30/09/2018 £175,237
Prof D Forrester, Dr R Evans, Dr G Moore, Prof M Robling (School of Medicine), Prof J Scourfield, Prof A Kemp (School of Medicine) Department for EducationWhat Works Centre for Children's Social Care 01/09/2017 to 31/03/2020 £4,846,354
Prof H SampsonLloyd's Register FoundationImproving health and safety on board: A SRIC proposal to transform research findings into effective change15/01/2018 to 14/01/2020£250,000
Prof K Henwood, Prof N Pidgeon (School of Psychology) Natural Environment Research Council CoastWEB : Valuing the contribution which coastal habitats make to human health and wellbeing, with a focus on the alleviation of natural hazards 01/08/2016 to 31/07/2019 £216,730
Prof I Jones, Prof P Chaney, Mr S Davies, Dr N Johns, Dr K Moles, Prof S Power, Prof C Taylor, Prof A Cole (School of Law and Politics), Prof D Wincott (School of Law and Politics), Prof J Anderson (School of Geography and Planning), Prof P Milbourne (School of Geography and Planning), Dr S Orford (School of Geography and Planning), Mr O Davies, Prof M Jones (Cardiff Business School) Economic & Social Research Council WISED/Civil Society: Devolution, social and economic change and the local and regional landscapes of civil society 01/10/2014 to 30/09/2019 £6,173,186
Prof H Collins Royal SocietyA laboratory with many bookkeepers: Scientific research on the international space station 01/03/2018 to 29/02/2020 £99,000
Dr J Lyttleton-Smith, Prof D ForresterWelsh Government (HCRW)Talking changes: Developing best practice in co-producing well-being outcomes with looked-after children in Wales01/10/2017 to 30/09/2020£290,493
Dr J Verbruggen, Prof A RobinsonEconomic & Social Research CouncilIntegrating the longitudinal study of intimate partner perpetration within life course criminology01/01/2017 to 31/12/2018£140,555
Dr S Stanley, Dr P HemmingThe Leverhulme TrustBeyond personal wellbeing: Mapping the social production of mindfulness in England and Wales01/10/2017 to 30/09/2020£214,376