Research Incentive Grant helps to find ‘Overlooked and misunderstood’ gene linked to schizophrenia
Research Incentive Grant has helped to discover new evidence strengthening the link between a previously misunderstood gene and major mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression and autism.
The First Book from the Research Incentive Grants
The Trust is pleased to share the first book published from research funded through the Research Incentive Grants scheme.
Carnegie Grant Holder Taking Part in European Researchers Night
Dr Anita Quye, senior lecturer in conservation science at the University of Glasgow is presenting her work as part of Explorathon, the European Researchers' Night.
Screening of Carnegie-Cameron Bursary Holder’s BAFTA Winning Film
Robin Haig received a Carnegie Cameron Postgraduate Masters Bursary in 2014-15 to complete a MFA Advanced Film Practice at Screen Academy Scotland/Edinburgh Napier University. For her dissertation she co-wrote and directed the short film Hula. Hula, starring Blythe Duff (Taggart, The James Plays), won Best Drama at the BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards (14th April, in Glasgow).