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FUTURE SKILLS
The future of work, skills and employability in the knowledge economy. Global labour markets. Graduate employability. 40m
Philip Brown

PUBLIC LAW
Developments in public law over recent decades. Changes brought about through parliamentary devolution. Legal career choices. 41m
David Lambert

CONSERVATION
Conservation work on corrosion of iron, wood, glass and fibres. The restoration of the SS Great Britain. 41m
David Watkinson

ANALYSING EXPERTISE
The nature and sociology of scientific knowledge. Public understanding and science education. The nature of skills, expertise and experience. 43m
Harry Collins & Rob Evans

DNA DAMAGE AND REPAIR
DNA is damaged by radiation, chemicals and its metabolism. A human daily has one trillion DNA damage events. 13m
Raymond Waters

EPIDEMIOLOGY
Research into dementia and cognitive decline with age. Developing large scale studies to provide definitive answers to research questions. 13m
John Gallacher

FUTURE DENTISTRY
Research into bone biology & tissue engineering to find if it is possible to make decayed teeth repair and regenerate themselves. 31m
Alastair Sloan

SOCIAL SCIENCES
Research, teaching and tutoring in social science. American social and cultural history. Counterculture. Sociology of education. 32m
Richard Watermeyer

GENETIC DISORDERS
Social aspects of genetic disorders. The sociology of everyday life. Family narratives. Social theory of time. Genetic counselling. 26m
Maggie Gregory

CANCER RESEARCH
Pathology, histopathology and oncological pathology. Biomarker analysis in breast cancer & colorectal cancer. Cancer vaccines. 23m  
Bharat Jasani

CO-INFECTION BIOLOGY
Parasites are a major source of production loss and animal welfare issues worldwide. Mathematical and statistical modelling techniques. 24m
Joanne Lello

CRITICAL CARE
Development of interdisciplinary distance learning courses in critical care. Anaesthetics & Intensive care medicine. Nursing careers. 13m
Sharon Norman

EUROPEAN STUDIES
Expanding the definition of security from a purely military perspective to encompass freedom from poverty, ill heath or government intrusion. 14m
Claire Malcolm

FISH PARASITES
Fish parasites devastated the Norwegian salmon industry. Now a study is examining a similar issue affecting ornamental fish. 13m
Tracey King

JAPANESE STUDIES
Identity and symbolism in Japan. The Shinkansen high speed railway. Japanese education system. Chatham House. 18m
Christopher Hood

MARKETING AND STRATEGY
Scenario networks to uncover the strategies for organizations to plot their paths through complex and changing sets of futures. 23m
John Powell

MEDICAL TRAINING
Identifying and managing the difficulties in making educational progress experienced by doctors in training posts. 40m
Heather Payne

OCCUPATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Effects of stress, fatigue, caffeine, alcohol and drugs on health, safety and well being at work. Nutrition and behaviour. 12m
Andrew Smith

PHYSICS OF MAGNETISM
Research aimed at producing a unified approach to characterisation of energy efficient soft magnetic materials. 15m
Stan Zurek

PLANT CELL CYCLE
Regulation of the plant cell cycle. Interdisciplinary research with mathematics and computing. DNA replication in plants. 24m
Dennis Francis

PSYCHIATRY
Child and adolescent psychiatry. Street children in India. Involving carers and patients in the future development of care services. 15m
Alka Ahuja

PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE
Psychiatric genetics research involving schizophrenia and alzheimer’s disease and developmental dyslexia. 19m
Julie Williams

SUPPLY CHAINS
How retailers keep stocks of the products you want to buy whilst controlling costs and workflow. The bullwhip effect. Logistics. 18m
Steve Disney

SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE
Sustainable architecture. Experimental dwelling systems. Urban design. Sustainable smart design and construction. 23m
Cristian Suau

TUBERCULOSIS RESEARCH
Tuberculosis is responsible for 2 to 3 million deaths worldwide each year. Collaborative research programme to devise vaccines. 19m
Douglas Lowrie