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Proposal Processing Panel


Panel Name: Physical Sciences Materials - Feb
Date of Panel: 09 February 2011
Panel Contact: Stear, Natalie


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Panel Members:
Gregg, Professor JQueen's University of BelfastPanel Chairperson
De Leeuw, Professor NHUniversity of LeedsObserver
Donohoe, Professor TUniversity of OxfordObserver
Schofield, Professor AJAston UniversityObserver
Bell, Dr RUniversity College London 
Berry, Professor FJUniversity of Birmingham 
Chalker, Professor PRUniversity of Liverpool 
Coleman, Professor KUniversity of Liverpool 
Langridge, Professor SSTFC - Laboratories 
Saiani, Professor AThe University of Manchester 
Snaith, Professor HJUniversity of Oxford 
Stear, NatalieEngineering and Physical Sciences Research CouncilPanel Contact

 Outcomes Summary By Number
Funding rates may change over time until all decisions are finalised
Funding Priority ListFundedUnfundedReferred to a later panelDecision still awaitedFunding rate
(% of grant number)
Standard71200 36
 Including:
First Grants 3 2 0 0 60
Main List 4 9 0 0 30
Signpost 0 1 0 0 0
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 Outcomes Summary By Value (£)
Funding rates may change over time until all decisions are finalised
Funding Priority ListFundedUnfundedReferred to a later panelDecision still awaitedFunding rate
(% of grant value)
Standard3,477,2195,043,16300 40
 Including:
First Grants 305,121 199,923 0 0 60
Main List 3,172,098 3,990,332 0 0 44
Signpost 0 852,908 0 0 0
Spacer Image5338 Please click on relevant Funding Priority List for a full rank ordered list.