Bentham-Moxon 2009/2010 grants
Awards for field work and overseas travel
- Ana Aaraujo, £1,300 (part cost) for field trip to collect Calyptranthes and its allies from the”cerrado” vegetation of Brazil.
- Dr Gemma Bramley, £500 for airfare to attend the World Gesneriad Research Conference in 2010.
- Xander van der Burgt, £1,700 for field research and collection in Ebo Forest, Cameroon.
- Frances Crawford, £1,060 for collaborative field work and vegetation studies in Ethiopia.
- Marcella Corcoran, £2,022 to carry out horticultural training and conservation field work in Cameroon.
- Richard Lewis, £3,200 towards the cost of field work on the Falkland Islands.
- William Milliken, £1,000 for cost of airfare for a senior member of the Tropical America team research trip to Bolivia.
- Dr Paula Rudell, £2,500 to carry out research on angiosperms at Oxford University.
- Michele Sanchez, £3,400 to enable two members of the UKOTs Science Team to undertake field work and training in the Bahamas and Turks & Caicos Islands.
- Dr.T.Utteridge, £2,850 towards the cost of the mapping of the vegetation of Biak Island, New Guinea.
- AETFAT Conference, £9,000 towards the cost of six RBG Kew staff attending.
Botanists visiting and working at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
- Dr Gabriel Ameka, £700 airfare to work on the DNA barcoding of medicinal plants in Ghana.
- Bakoly Andrianaivoravelona, £1,900 for training and work on the Madagascar Conservation Database.
- Drs.Lidia Cabrera and Gerardo Salazar, £1,300 for airfares from Mexico to present a paper and posters at the Linnean Society Conference.
- Dr Jenny Edmonds, £3,000 to complete her work on the Flora of Tropical East Africa: Solanaceae.
- Dr Rafaela Forzza, £2,700 to visit Kew to work on the Brazilian Flora Checklist.
- Dr T Gole, £1,700 to visit Kew from Ethiopia, to work on climate change and conservation of Arabica coffee
- Dr McGonigle and M.Stockel, from Canada and Germany respectively, £2,355 to travel to Kew to work on Centaurium.
- Sichamba Mpande, £1,150 for airfare to visit Kew to work on the development of a computerized Herbarium database for the Kitwe Forest Herbarium, Zambia.
- Alfonso Orellana, £2,900 to visit the Herbarium for work on the Peruvian South Coast flora.
- Prof.Dmitry Sokoloff and Dr Margarita Remizowa, £700 towards travel costs from Russia to present papers at the Linnean Society Conference.
- Dr Mijoro Rakotoarinivo, £3,850 to visit Kew to work on Madagascar palms.
- Himmah Rustiami, £2,350 to visit Kew and Leiden from Madagascar to work on the rattans of Sulawesi.
- Alexis Vidal, £250, the rail cost of travel from Paris to visit the Jodrell Laboratory to continue work on a collaborative project on morphogenesis of eudicot pollen.
- Dr Nguyen Van Du and Mr Vu Tien Chinh, £3,500 to visit Kew to work on the flora of Vietnam.
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