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Bartlett interdisciplinary research secures £30,000 funding

20 December 2011

Six interdisciplinary research projects, each involving significant Bartlett collaboration, have been awarded nearly £30,000 of funding.

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The awards, part of UCL's Sustainable Cities Grand Challenges Small Grants Programme, were announced on 20 December 2011. In all six successful projects, Bartlett researchers acted as lead applicant, main collaborator or additional collaborator.

The projects, which received £29,452 in total, demonstrate the Bartlett's commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration both within the Faculty and across UCL. In many cases, partners in industry and other UK universities were also involved.

The successful applications included:

These awards will enable the Bartlett to develop its world-leading research, as well as expand its multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary activity.

The UCL Grand Challenges Small Grants Programme funds projects that lead to, or support, cross-disciplinary collaboration under the broad headings of Global Health, Sustainable Cities, Intercultural Interaction and Human Wellbeing.