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    Award Field Details

    Below is an explanation of fields that may be returned in an award record, if available:

    Title

    Name of the research project as provided by funder

    Funder

    Name of main funding body

    Year

    Year award was made, generally based on the decision date, unless otherwise specified in the awards data information

    Amount

    Provided in the currency of the funder country. Any alternative currency amounts have been converted to the target currency.

    Principal investigator

    Name as provided by funder 

    Recipient organization

    Institution award was made to

    Recipient department

    If applicable

    Co investigator names

    If applicable

    Funder reference

    Funder’s internal award reference

    View abstract

    Link to abstract, if available

    Start date

    As provided by funder. Where this is announced, as opposed to actual, the record is annotated

    End date

    As provided by funder. Where this is announced, as opposed to actual, the record is annotated

    Duration

    As provided by funder. Where this is announced, as opposed to actual, the record is annotated

    Decision date

    As provided by funder

    Funding opportunity

    Internal RP link, if opportunity is open or recurrent. Opportunities may be linked to a different funder than the awarding funder

    Sponsor name

    Sponsoring PI or institution, generally associated with studentships and fellowships

    Original call

    As provided by the funder. This may differ from the name of a linked funding opportunity on RP

    Mechanism, Programme, Scheme, Category and Area

    As funders are not consistent in how they classify this information, we have not attempted to standardise their meanings. The information is presented as supplied by the funder

    Panel

    The name of the awarding panel. The names of panel members are not provided

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