We  actively support and encourages emerging collaborations across the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York through our Collaboration Fund. We are delighted to announce the latest successful projects from our 2014 Autumn Call which are about to start a range of exciting activities.

The funded projects were

Roughness modulation of Greenland Ice Sheet hydrology and ice-flow dynamics

Governance, identity and political economy in the North of England

Identifying and managing perinatal mental health in male partners using the Born and Bred in Yorkshire (BaBY) cohort –
A White Rose Collaboration in Gender and Perinatal Mental Health

Reduced-order spatio-temporal dynamical modelling and simulation of periprosthetic bone remodelling for joint replacements

Controlling diffuse pollution in urban areas using biofiltration systems

Hearts of Oak: Caring for British Woodlands

You can see all our funded Collaboration Fund Projects here

We are always pleased to see the diverse and innovate projects that are submitted to this scheme especially those which look to develop collaborations in research areas where there are no or few existing White Rose links.

The next call will be opened in February 2015 so if you are thinking of applying then do start thinking about potential collaborators now.

If you would like to discuss your ideas for a collaborative project then please contact the White Rose Project Development Manager based at your University or Dr Nadia Gopichandran who administers our Collaboration Fund.

Craig Walker (York)
Claire Pickerden (Sheffield)
Nadia Gopichandran (Leeds)

Or for general enquiries please contact
Joanne Hutchings