Grants and funding
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = AMS
Found in 93 Collections and/or Records:
Application for a Royal Society research grant, 6 November 1992
Scope and Contents Grant application submitted by R.P. Ambler and rejected by the Royal Society. THe topic of the application is 'A comparision of electron transport protein and ribosomal rRNA phylogenies for Gram-nagative bacteria.'
Dates: 6 November 1992
Application forms for BBSRC research grants for the proposed projects 'Nuclear and chromatin structure in cloned embryos' and 'Nuclear assembly and reprogramming in cloned mouse embryos', January 2002
File — Box CLX-A-1497: Series Coll-1320/2, Box: data_value_missing_df41b2623a0a33471ec60b3e0b9b4af8, Box: data_value_missing_ac6920afb878d11be2b81a578216d0a9
Scope and Contents Original file marked 'Not accepted.'
Dates: January 2002
Application to the Wellcome Trust, 29 August, 1995
Scope and Contents Grant application submitted by R.P. Ambler and rejected by the Wellcome Trust. The topic of the application is 'Bacterial species and their evolution.'
Dates: 29 August, 1995
Applications for licenses for various projects within the Large Animal Unit, with papers relating to MAFF project proposals, 1991-1999
File — Box CLX-A-1498: Series Coll-1320/2, Box: data_value_missing_c1c8cf94c890645f0f2e8d94b45a51ba, Box: data_value_missing_9f1e7dfbf0e3e43ffa6cb79773253d7a
Scope and Contents File 1 contains: project proposal for 'Role of cell cycle in development after nuclear transfer';correspondence concerning MAFF open contracts, including project proposals and appraisals. File 2 contains: application form for license for project 'Evaluating the role of the PrP gene in sheep', together with floppy disc labelled 'Home Office license PrP gene final draft copy Ian Wilmut 26/11/99'; application form for license for project 'Large Offspring...
Applications to the Medical Research Council, 1 January 1973 - 5 July 1994
Scope and Contents Grant applications filed by R.P. Ambler and submitted to the Medical Research Council. Topics of the applications include 'Investigation of protein from bacteria and Drosophila', 'Structural investigation of beta lactamase proteins and genes', 'A central facility at the University of Edinburgh for high-sensitivity protein sequencing', 'The structure and genetic study of the alcohol dehydrogenase of Drosphilia melanogaster', 'Amino acid sequence determination of bacterial proteins by automatic...
Dates: 1 January 1973 - 5 July 1994
Applications to the Natural Environment Research Council, 21 June 1994 - 21 January 1997
Scope and Contents Grant applications rejected by the Natural Environment Research Council. Topics of the applications include 'A Comparison of the occurrence of genes in the true pseudomonads', 'Investigation of protein survival in ancient bone from archaeological sites', and 'Factors involved in the time degradation of proteins'.
Dates: 21 June 1994 - 21 January 1997
Applications to the Royal Society , 23 March, 1994
Scope and Contents Application for a research grant from the Royal Society submitted by R.P. Ambler. The topic of the application is 'Protein Survival Through Time'.
Dates: 23 March, 1994
Applications to the Science and Engineering Council, 12 September 1984 - August 1991
Scope and Contents Grant applications submitted by R.P. Ambler and rejected by the Science and Engineering Council. The topic of the applications are 'The specificity of intercellular protein degradation in bacteria' and 'Survival of gene sequence information through archaeological and geological time.'
Dates: 12 September 1984 - August 1991
Applications to the Science Research Council , 1973-1984
Scope and Contents Grant applications submitted to the Science Research Council by R.P. Ambler and others. Topics of the applications include 'Gene Transfer and Bacterial Evolution' and 'Tertiary Structure of Bacterial Proteins'.
Applications to the the Nuffield Foundation, 12 February, 1988
Scope and Contents One grant application and related papers submitted to the Nuffield Foundation by R.P. Ambler. The topic of the application is the identification of species of origin of proteins recovered from dried blood stains on stone implements.
Dates: 12 February, 1988