Important funding application dates
1. ARC linkage LP 15 information
Funding rules for ARC linkage program 2014-2016
The funding rules for the ARC Linkage Program schemes commencing in 2014-2016 are now available on the ARC website at http://www.arc.gov.au/pdf/LP15/Linkage%20Program%20Funding%20Rules%202014-16.pdf .
The LP15 scheme is scheduled to open in RMS in Mid-September. Closing dates and internal deadlines are TBA.
If you have any queries regarding the Linkage Program please contact email@example.com .
ARC Linkage Project (LP15) Applications
Call out for Grant Expression of Interest (GEOI)
If you are considering applying for an ARC Linkage Project in the upcoming round, please complete the Grant Expression of Interest (GEOI) form found at http://federation.edu.au/research-and-innovation/research-funding/grants-forms. This form requires Executive Dean/Director sign off before submission to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Researchers intending on developing a Linkage proposal are strongly encouraged to speak with their Exec Dean/ADR/Head to discuss plans, funding partners, budgets, etc. as well as internal Faculty deadlines.
GEOI forms due to email@example.com: Thurs 31st July 2014
LP15 Applications Open in RMS: TBA (Approx. End of September 2014)
LP15 Applications Close in RMS: TBA (Approx. Mid-November 2014)
ARC guidence material and funding rules can be found at http://www.arc.gov.au/ncgp/lp/lp_default.htm .
If you have any questions or concerns please contact the Research Funding Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
2. The CASS Foundation – medicine/science grants 2014
Applications for the 2014 CASS Science/Medicine grant round are now open. If you are interested in applying for this funding opportunity, please read the funding rules and application form found at http://www.cassfoundation.org/index.php/grants-3/medicine-science/status . The deadline dates for this round are as follows:
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Please email any queries to email@example.com .
3. AINSE research awards
Applications for Research Awards - 2015 Round 1 - NOW OPEN
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AINSE provides funds to assist researchers employed at member universities and institutions to gain access to the national facilities at ANSTO and other AINSE facilities. Funding is provided for one year. 2015 Round 1 funding runs from 1st January 2015 to 31 December 2015.
AINSE offers two rounds to access research funding per year:
Round 1 – funding runs from 1st January to 31st December
Round 2 – funding runs from 1st July to 30th June of the next year
SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION
All 2015 Research Award online applications must be submitted via the AINSE Portal, http://grants.ainse.edu.au/ , including scanned signature pages of the online application. Please liaise with the Research Funding Team to arrange approvals and signatures.
Please note that students are not eligible to be the Chief Investigator on the application form and therefore cannot submit this form. The form must be submitted by the Chief Investigator who can list students under their supervision.
If you have any questions please contact the Research Funding Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close Sunday 31st August 2014Please note: if you would like to apply for access to the OPAL neutron scattering instruments and the National Deuteration Facility, you must apply through ANSTO'sBragg Institute portal.
4. R&D project funding opportunities
Forest and Wood Products Australia Limited (FWPA) - Expressions of Interest
Forest and Wood Products Australia Limited (FWPA) invites the submission of research proposals, including multi-year partnerships & addressing identified industry research priorities.
FWPA is an unlisted public company (limited by guarantee) that provides national, integrated promotion, research and development services for the Australian forest and wood products industry.
As a rural research and development corporation, the Company receives matching funds from the Commonwealth government for its R&D activities. FWPA is also listed on the Australian Competitive Grants Register and is rated as a Category One R&D funder.
FWPA's activities are driven by its 5-year strategic plan, annual operating plan and R&D investment plans. Each investment plan provides details of industry outcomes expected from successfully completed projects in addition to guidance regarding the level of available FWPA funding within each priority area.
Total FWPA R&D funding of $10-12 million is potentially available over the next five years.
Preference will be directed towards proposals that strongly align to FWPA's corporate mission and contain significant levels of co-investment by project partners and collaborators.
Initial expression of interest applications must outline areas of interest, key competencies and alignment to FWPA's investment activities.
The Research Funding Team internal dates for this expression of interest application are as follows:
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Please note that this Expression of Interest will be treated similarly to a formal funding application. Please submit a Grant Expression of Interest (GEOI) form for approval prior to beginning work on this submission. A Grant Approval Coversheet form however will NOT be required until full application stage.
More information can be found at http://www.fwpa.com.au/news-and-events/latest-news/417-r-d-project-funding-opportunities-expressions-of-interest.html If you have any questions please contact the Research Funding Team on email@example.com
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Last updated: 28/08/2014