2019 Alok Kanungo; support towards publication of 'North Indian Glass Crafts'.

2019 Rose Broadley; support for colour photographs for the publication 'The Glass Vessels of Anglo-Saxon England'.

2019 Andrew Mayfield towards the illustration of an Islamic glass vessel from Randall Manor, Kent.

2019 Suffolk Archaeology Community Interest Group towards the conservation of medieval window glass.

2018 Mubariz Ahmed Rabbani for research into beads from the site of Barikot in the Swat Valley, Pakistan.

2018 David Govantes Edwards towards analysis of 8th-11th century glass from Volga, Bulgar.

2017 Anastasios Antonaros towards the publication of Roman and early Byzantine glass from Thessaloniki.

2017 Tim Penn for work on post-AD79 Roman Glass from Campania: the assemblage from the villa baths at Pollena Trocchia, on the north slope of Mt. Vesuvius.

2016 Abidemi Babatunde Babalola towards the investigation of early glass production in south-west Nigeria.

2016 Almudena Vela Gala towards the analysis of Roman window glass from Spain.

2016 Tom Derrick to travel to Rome to study a Roman glass assemblage from Spolverino.

2016 David Govantes towards research on Early Medieval glass furnaces in the Iberian Peninsula.

2015 Sally Haden towards travel to and research on Kogyosha and Shinagawa Glassworks, Japan.

2015 Julie Anne Denton for attending a symposium in Luxembourg.

2015 Laura Adlington for travel to the September AIHV Conference.

2015 Helen Spencer for travel to the September AIHV Conference.

2015 Andrea Ceglia for travel to the September AIHV Conference.

2014 Rebecca Wallis for attending the Glass Circle Tour of the USA May 2015.

2014 Monica Ganio for travel to the Nov AHG Study Conference.

2014 Tassos Antonaros for travel to the Nov AHG Study Conference.

2014 Daniel Schavelzon for publishing and exhibiting British and Spanish glass from 17th century Argentina, excavated 2011-2013.

2014 Martina Bertini for a study on Iron Age toggle beads from Atlantic Scotland.

2014 Matt Phelps to investigate evidence from Israel for glass production between the late Byzantine and Islamic periods.

2014 Sarah Maltoni to attend a conference to present two posters on glass tesserae and glass-working in Italy.

2013 Ceri Lambden to fund a glass specialist for material from St Algar's, Somerset including glass-working material.

2013 Carrie Swann for analyzing glass bracelets from Hisn al-Tinat Egypt.

2013 Juanita Navarro for a project identifying hybrid all-glass vessels of Venetian and Fašon de Venise glass in the collections of the Louvre and la Musee de la Renaissance, Ecouen.

2013 Elizabeth Hippisley-Cox for attendance at ICOM-CC 'Recent advances in Glass, Stained Glass and Ceramics Conservation' in Amsterdam.

2013 Chloe Duckworth for a project examining the remains of glass furnaces in southern Spain.

2013 Anna Hodgkinson for fieldwork at Tel al Armana, Egypt.

2013 Matt Phelps to attend a conference in Israel.

2013 Kuan-Wen Wang for the study of Iron Age glass beads in Taiwan.

2012 Jules Osbourne for restoring stained glass in Coventry.

2012 Chloe Duckworth, to allow presentation of a paper on 'ToF-SIMS examination of ancient and historic opaque glasses' at NARNIA conference and workshop in Brussels, April 2012

2012 Teresa Medici, PhD student, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, for attendance at ICOM Glass 2012 meeting, New York, Corning and Toledo, USA, June 2012

2011 Tanja Tolar, Phd student at SOAS, for study of Islamic enamelled glass and its connection with Byzantium and Venice.

2011 Monica Ganio, PhD student at K U Leuven, researching primary glass production in Roman Italy. She was funded to travel to Cranfield to analyse glass as part of her research.

2011 Elizabeth Schech, PhD student at Durham University, studying Iron Age beads in their social context.

2011 Elizabeth Dent, MA student University of York, for study of documents relating to the 16th century series of 39 heraldic stained glass panels from Fawsley Hall, Northants.

2011 Jane Draycot for research on glass lenses in Egypt during the Roman period.

2011 James Peake, PhD student at Cardiff, to allow attendance and presentation of a paper on opaque yellow glass from Tarbat, Scotland at the 'Neighbours...' conference.

2011 Ceri Lambin to fund a glass specialist to write a preliminary report on glass excavated from St. Algar's Farm Roman Villa, Somerset.

2011 Mia Leljak to allow attendance and presentation of a paper on late Roman glass from south Pannonia at the 'Neighbours ...' conference.

2010 Liz James for the analysis of Romano-British mosaic tesserae.

2010 Martina Bertini for the analysis of Iron Age beads from NE Scotland.

2010 Claire Finn for a research trip to the Netherlands to study the material culture of drinking and social identities in the 17th century Dutch Republic.

2009 Hugh Willmott for travel to Williamsburg, USA to undertake research on Table Glassware of Colonial Williamsburg.

2009 Astrid van Griffen to present an oral presentation at the 18th AIHV Congress in Thessaloniki entitled 'The Harvard (Blaeshke glass) flowers revisited: a technical study of the composition and deterioration process'.

2009 Carolyn Swan to present a poster presentation at the 18th AIHV Congress in Thessaloniki entitled 'Spatial and temporal considerations of technical change: examining early Islamic glass from Ayla, Jordan'.

2008 For the production of short films based on experimental work by Mark Talyor and David Hill (Roman Glassmakers) in 2005 and 2006 on The Roman Furnace Project (http://www.romanglassmakers.co.uk/furnace1.htm#2006).

2008 Nathaniel Urb-Satullo (Cranfield University) for travel to Leuven, Belgium to conduct isotopic analysis by TIMS of second millennium glass from Nuzi Near Eastern Glass.

2007 Vera Evison for colour plates in her publication the Catalogue of Anglo-Saxon Glass in the British Museum, published as British Museum Research Publication No. 167.

2007 Suzanna Kirk (Cranfield University) for collection of glass samples from Nuzi held at the Harvard Semitic Museum in Boston to study effects of deterioration of ancient glass.

2007 Broadfield House Glass Museum as a contribution towards the purchase of the Jack Haden Glass Archive.