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Leverhulme

William Hesketh, 1st Viscount. 1851--1925, English soap manufacturer and philanthropist, who founded (1881) the model industrial town Port Sunlight
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We're thrilled with the success of REP Foundry and, thanks to the generous support of the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and the Leverhulme Trust, we are able to further our capacity to discover, develop and help promote more new theatre talent.
She said: "I am delighted that the Leverhulme Trust has decided to make such a major investment in our work here at Dundee.
Professor Steve McLaughlin, Head of the School of Engineering and Physical Sciences said: "The Philip Leverhulme Prize is awarded only to researchers who have made outstanding achievements and whose careers are exceptionally promising.
On behalf of the Bank, I warmly welcome Martin Callanan, I look forward to seeing the results of his work, and I thank the Leverhulme Trust and University College London for generously sponsoring his work.
Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship awards enable well-established and distinguished researchers in the humanities and social sciences to devote themselves to a single research project of outstanding originality and significance.
The group, in collaboration with mima, has been awarded the Leverhulme Trust artist in residence grant for its mental health research for young people's (MEHRY) Youth Speak programme.
The Leverhulme Trust was established in 1925 from the will of the first Viscount Leverhulme, the maker of Sunlight soap.
The Leverhulme Trust was established in 1925 under the Will of the first Viscount Leverhulme.
The lecture is part of the Before Depression 1660 - 1800 research project, which is based at Northumbria University and funded by the Leverhulme Trust.
The volumes provide tested and validated procedures, reviews on classes of catalysts, assessments of all types of catalysts, and expertise from the Leverhulme Centre for Innovative Catalysis, Liverpool, UK.
The residency is designed as a snapshot of a year in the life of BCMG and Richard is the first person to be appointed as its Apprentice Composer in Residence under a three-year scheme supported by The Leverhulme Trust.
Supported by the Leverhulme Trust and the Arts Council, Nelson's interest is in the physical depiction of landscapes through maps, and also how maps can both reveal and hide deeper physiological meanings.