Our funders

The Institute operates as an independent charity, with funding provided by the UK government through UK Research and Innovation, managed by UKRI-EPSRC.

 

Our partners

The Institute has been formed by a group of ten university partners from across the UK, Diamond Light Source, and the research council UKRI-STFC.

 

 University of Birmingham

University of Birmingham case study 2020

Member representative: Professor Tim Softley

 Diamond Light Source

Diamond Light Source case study 2020

Member representative: Professor Andrew Harrison

University of Edinburgh

University of Edinburgh case study 2020

Member representative: Professor Andy Mount

Imperial College London

Imperial College London case study 2020

Member representative: Professor Nick Jennings

Kings College London

Kings College London case study 2020

Member representative: Chris Mottershead

University of Leeds

University of Leeds case study 2020

Member representative: Professor Lisa Roberts

University of Manchester

University of Manchester case study 2020

Member representative: Professor Martin Schroder

University of Oxford

University of Oxford case study 2020

Member representative: Professor Patrick Grant

University of Southampton

University of Southampton case study 2020

Member representative: Professor Peter J. S. Smith

 University College London (UCL)

University College London case study 2020

Member representative: Professor Giuseppe Battaglia

UKRI-STFC

STFC case study 2020

Member representative: Professor Neil Geddes

Researchers from partner universities are encouraged to discuss with their member representative any collaborations or projects of interest with the Rosalind Franklin Institute.