Funding


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

Current funding:

  • £1,081,437 INTERREG CALIN
  • £128,789 Knowledge Exploitation Skills Scholarships
  • £128,789 Knowledge Exploitation Skills Scholarships
  • £128,789 Knowledge Exploitation Skills Scholarships

Previous funding:

2017

  • £58,528 NRN Nanolayer Materials
  • £4,100 INTERREG CALIN and Sêr Cymru – Life Sciences and Health NRN
  • £4,753 Cancer Research Wales

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

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

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News: December 2017

We have another postdoc post available please see our jobs and opportunities page

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News: December 2017

Gwenin - Applied Research in Chemistry and Public Health (ARCH)Dr Robert Hobbs will be attending the UK HealthTech conference delivered by Mediwales that will be held in Cardiff on 5th December. It is hoped that new valuable links and collaborations can be formed at the event for the both the ARCH research group and CALIN. The event promises to provide the latest insights and strategic trends for both the life science and health technology communities.

News: November 2017

Dr Robert Hobbs was invited to present at the Academic Grand Round held at Ysbty Gwynedd on 10th November.

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News: October 2017

New clinical health board links have been formedNWCRC