School of Natural Sciences Researcher wins highly prestigious ERC Consolidator Award
Four researchers from Trinity have won highly prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Awards.
These awards, announced annually and valued at €2 million each go to emerging research leaders who are at the stage of growing their own independent research teams or programmes on the global stage.
One of the winners, Marcus Collier, Assistant Professor in Urban Nature-based Innovation (Discipline of Botany, School of Natural Sciences) will lead project NovelEco: Societal Attitudes to Urban Novel Ecosystems.
Other winners include Dr .Thomas Chadefaux (School of Social Sciences and Philosophy), Dr. Stephen Dooley (School of Physics) and Dr. David O’Shaughnessy (School of English).
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