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Current EPSRC Support by Department

Organisation: Imperial College London
Department: Dept of Chemistry

Grant TitlePrincipal InvestigatorValue (£)
A programmable, cell-agnostic DNA nano-technology platform for CRISPR gene editingDi Michele, Dr L 201,597
Anion exchange membrane water electrolysis for low-cost green hydrogen production (AEM-H2)Kucernak, Professor A 249,433
Biomineral-inspired mechanically tough perovskite solar cells with enhanced stabilityHaque, Professor SA 546,443
Centre for Rapid Online Analysis of Reactions (ROAR), Phase IIHii, Professor KK( 231,296
Designing New Phases of Molecular Porous Organic Materials: Liquids, Liquid Crystals, and GlassesGreenaway, Dr R 392,516
Development of a generally applicable catalytic direct amidation reactionRzepa, Professor HS 270,130
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Chemical Biology - Innovation for the Life SciencesCes, Professor O 6,160,070
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Next Generation Synthesis & Reaction TechnologyHii, Professor KK( 6,170,245
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Physical Sciences Innovation in Chemical Biology for Bioindustry and HealthcareCes, Professor O 4,671,360
FUNCTION THROUGH CHIRALITY IN ORGANIC ELECTRONIC MATERIALS AND DEVICESFuchter, Professor MJ 1,584,212
Green flexible organic photovoltaics for energy-autonomous electronicsPanidi, Dr J 378,139
Growing Carbon Chains on Organometallic NetworksCrimmin, Dr MR 423,568
Life at the ExtremesBrooks, Dr NJ 201,597
Multielectron photoredox catalysts based on charge accumulation in conjugated macrocyclesHaque, Professor SA 201,834
Next Generation Helix Mimetics - Probes for Target SelectivityBarnard, Dr A 480,447
PEPR - A centre for Pulse Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectroscopy at Imperial CollegeRoessler, Dr MM 2,288,049
Spins and superconducting circuits for advanced spectroscopy (SpinSUPER)Roessler, Dr MM 1,063,137
Towards a Parameter-Free Theory for Electrochemical Phenomena at the Nanoscale (NanoEC)Cucinotta, Dr C 1,291,989
Ultrafast Optoelectronic Nanoscopy of Biological and Optoelectronic SystemsBakulin, Dr A 192,114

Total Number of Grants: 19
Total Value of Grants: £26,998,175

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