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Current EPSRC Support by Department

Organisation: University of St Andrews
Department: Chemistry

Grant TitlePrincipal InvestigatorValue (£)
A New Liquid-state 400MHz NMR Spectrometer for Molecular CharacterisationBrown, Professor CTA 925,000
Accessing pharmacophoric space via asymmetric protonationWatson, Professor AJB 399,956
Catalytic Hydrofluorination for the Assembly of Chiral Fluorinated Building BlocksJohnston, Dr C 415,207
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Critical Resource Catalysis - CRITICATSmith, Professor AD 4,437,577
Exploiting Chalcogen Bonding and Non-Covalent Interactions in Isochalcogenourea Catalysis: Catalyst Preparation, Mechanistic Studies and ApplicationsSmith, Professor AD 736,798
Exploring interactions of polar fluoroaliphatic motifs with biomolecules.O'Hagan, Professor D 632,666
High efficiency reversible solid oxide cells for the integration of offshore renewable energy using hydrogenIrvine, Professor J 276,887
Industrial CASE Account - University of St Andrews 2023Woollins, Professor JD 104,903
Industrial CASE Account-University of St Andrews 2022Woollins, Professor JD 177,724
Multi-resonance TADF materials for highly efficient and stable OLEDsZysman-Colman, Professor E 909,901
Next Generation Advanced Materials - Structure-Property RelationshipsGibbs, Dr A 1,196,714
Nitric Oxide-Releasing Materials to Prevent Catheter Related Thrombosis and InfectionMorris, Professor RE 2,072,678
NMR at 1.2 GHz: A World-Leading UK Facility to Deliver Advances in Biology, Chemistry, and Materials ScienceAshbrook, Professor SEM 23,907
Power to Liquids Research FacilityWebb, Dr P 1,774,557
Supramolecular structure predictions validated from sparse experimental dataBode, Dr BE 454,684
The UK High-Field Solid-State NMR National Research FacilityAshbrook, Professor SEM 30,069
ZeoMOFsMorris, Professor RE 805,762

Total Number of Grants: 17
Total Value of Grants: £15,374,991

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