Funding


We welcome any communications regarding funding. For further information please contact us: email: c.d.gwenin@bangor.ac.uk

Current funding:

  • £4,100 INTERREG CALIN and Sêr Cymru – Life Sciences and Health NRN
  • £4,753 Cancer Research Wales
  • £1,081,437 INTERREG CALIN
  • £128,789 Knowledge Exploitation Skills Scholarships
  • £128,789 Knowledge Exploitation Skills Scholarships
  • £128,789 Knowledge Exploitation Skills Scholarships
  • £58,528 NRN Nanolayer Materials

Previous funding:

2016

  • £65,000 Sêr Cymru – Life Sciences and Health NRN

2015

  • £62,729 Research Impact Award – Sêr Cymru – Life Sciences and Health NRN
  • £88,068 Sêr Cymru – Life Sciences and Health NRN
  • £104,677 Sêr Cymru – Life Sciences and Health NRN
  • £4,621 Sêr Cymru – Life Sciences and Health NRN
  • £6,000 Santander studentships
  • £5,000 Industrial donation

2014

  • £154,631 Sêr Cymru – Life Sciences and Health NRN
  • £6,000 Research Development Fund LSTM
  • £71,583 HPC Wales
  • £3,223 Technical and Commercial Feasibility Fund WEFO
  • £41,086 A4B Public Health Monitoring
  • £200,850 ACADEMIC EXPERTISE FOR BUSINESS (A4B) Knowledge Transfer and Collaborative Industrial Research
  • £31,174 Welsh Government: Gold coated magnetic particles

2013

  • £85,000 Welsh Government: Botulinum detection
  • £532,961 ACADEMIC EXPERTISE FOR BUSINESS (A4B) Knowledge Transfer and Collaborative Industrial Research
  • £2,000 Royal Society of Chemistry Health interactions workshop
  • £7,700 Equipment grant: Welsh Government

2012

  • £600,000 ACADEMIC EXPERTISE FOR BUSINESS (A4B) Knowledge Transfer and Collaborative Industrial Research
  • £20,000 Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
  • £50,000 Welsh Government: Cancer therapy

2011

  • £121,000 Knowledge Exploitation Skills Scholarships with Morvus
  • £7,000 Wales European Collaboration Fund

2010

  • £121,000 Knowledge Exploitation Skills Scholarships with IPSEN
  • £121,000 Knowledge Exploitation Skills Scholarships with Elysium
  • £50,000 Welsh Assembly: Proof of Concept – TB Sensor (with Prof Baird)

2009

  • £360,000 Bangor share of €11M EU Grant NANOSECURE
  • £120,000 Knowledge Exploitation Fund for the UKs first NanoArrayer

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Gwenin - Applied Research in Chemistry and Public Health (ARCH)

School of Chemistry, Bangor University, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2UW, UK

Direct Line: 0044 1248 383741   email: c.d.gwenin@bangor.ac.uk

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News: September 2017

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The bisosensors workshop speakers helping to form a new network

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News: August 2017

Congratulations to Alison her PLOS one paper has now been accepted

News: July 2017

Dr Hobbs presented at the Welsh Medicines Research Symposium 2017

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