1. Establishing the UK’s first high-energy proton therapy service at the Christie Hospital Manchester and University College London Hospital.

    Hywel Owen (Participant), Robert Appleby (Participant), Ranald Mackay (Participant), Karen Kirkby (Participant) & Roger Barlow (Participant)

    Impact: Health and wellbeing, Economic, Technological

  2. Making drinking water safe by enabling ‘smart’ water distribution networks

    Stephen Boult (Participant) & John Gaffney (Participant)

    Impact: Economic, Health and wellbeing

  3. Making industrial installations safer and more efficient by identifying real and false alarms

    Timothy Butters (Participant), Stefan Guettel (Participant), Nicholas Higham (Participant) & Jonathan Shapiro (Participant)

    Impact: Economic

  4. Radio astronomy and big data - bringing STEM training to the developing world

    Rob Beswick (Participant), Anna Scaife (Participant), Benjamin Stappers (Participant), Peter Wilkinson (Participant), Rene Breton (Participant) & Anita Richards (Participant)

    Impact: Economic, Policy

  5. Establishing and directing the World’s most significant radio astronomy infrastructure investment: the Square Kilometre Array

    Andrew Faulkner (Participant), Simon Garrington (Participant), Keith Grainge (Participant), Michael Kramer (Participant), Anna Scaife (Participant), Richard Schilizzi (Participant), Ralph Spencer (Participant), Benjamin Stappers (Participant) & Peter Wilkinson (Participant)

    Impact: Policy, Economic

  6. Development of radioactive effluent management strategies at Sellafield delivers economic and environmental benefits

    Katherine Morris (Participant), Samuel Shaw (Participant), Jonathan Lloyd (Participant), Kurt Smith (Participant), Lynn Foster (Participant) & Thomas Neill (Participant)

    Impact: Health and wellbeing, Economic, Environmental

  7. Arsenic research identifies avoidable health risks from groundwater arsenic informing increased awareness, policy change and mitigation

    David Polya (Participant), Jonathan Lloyd (Participant), David Vaughan (Participant), Bart Van Dongen (Participant), Jianxin Pan (Participant), Laura Richards (Participant), Samuel Shaw (Participant), Victoria Coker (Participant), Christopher Boothman (Participant), Christopher Ballentine (Participant), John Charnock (Participant) & Paul Lythgoe (Participant)

    Impact: Health and wellbeing, Policy, Environmental

  8. Affecting change of UK public health policy on vitamin D, sun exposure, skin cancer and vitamin D supplementation

    Ann Webb (Participant) & Lesley Rhodes (Participant)

    Impact: Society and culture, Health and wellbeing, Economic, Policy

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