Flinders Research NewsResearch Activate and Communicate – the 2019 June Flinders’ Research Intensive

Research Activate and Communicate

"Research Activate and Communicate" is an initiative to bring Flinders’ research community together to inform, inspire and share strategies that drive research success.

You can now access the full “Activate & Communicate” program and enrol at ienrol-Research for research training and development workshops being run during this intensive in the week of 24 June.

Sessions will cover a breadth of topics core to: 

  • research funding applications and research-group development strategies; 
  • exploring the commonalities of successful funding applications;
  • informing publication strategy; 
  • publishing with impact – making the most of your outputs; 
  • benchmarking your career; 
  • academic profile management; 
  • working with the media. 

In addition, we are welcoming external experts to lead training in:

  • establishing yourself as a thought leader; 
  • engage and captivate - persuasive presentation skills; 
  • social media for researchers; 
  • searching for research funding – a masterclass.

The full program and enrolment details will be launched in the next edition of Inspiring Research.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsWhat's on in ienrol research - 16 May to 30 May 2019

Proactively Supporting our Research

ienrol research lists all training and development opportunities related to developing skills core to the research process and doing research at Flinders University. You can book to attend workshops, information sessions, and/or seminars that aim to facilitate the ongoing development of all researchers.

This regular posting in Inspiring Research will update you as to what’s on offer in the coming weeks, listing current opportunities that you can participate in and book into now.

Click on the links below to view the course details.


Drop-In Session: Social and Behavioural Research Ethics - College of Education, Psychology, and Social WorkWednesday, 22 May 2019

Drop-In Sessions: ARC grantsWednesday, 22 May 2019

Drop-In Sessions: NHMRC grantsWednesday, 22 May 2019

Flinders University Innovation Partnership Seed Grant Information SessionWednesday, 22 May 2019

Drop-In Sessions: Industry, Government, International & Internal grants, Tuesday 28 May 2019

Drop-In Sessions: ARC grantsTuesday 28 May 2019

Drop-In Sessions: NHMRC grantsWednesday, 29 May 2019

Formalising a research partnership, Thursday 30 May 2019



Further courses scheduled for later in the month and beyond are available at ienrol research.

Flinders Research NewsAustralian Academy of Science call to support diversity and inclusion in Australian science

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The Australian Academy of Science (the Academy) is committed to supporting excellence in science. To achieve this, they have recognised that the research community must celebrate and embrace diversity and inclusion in all its forms.

The Academy are asking for your support and assistance in their goal to ensure that excellent Australian researchers are recognised for their contributions. Who can you nominate or encourage to apply for opportunities such as Academy Fellowship and awards?


Academy Fellowship

The Academy is deeply committed to improving the diversity of the Academy Fellowship. Of our 544 Fellows, 80, or 15%, are female. In recent years, they have developed and implemented a range of initiatives to ensure that the outstanding contributions of women in STEM are being recognised. This is having an effect, but there is more to do to achieve true diversity across the Academy.

They have appointed more than 20 Champions of Diversity within the Academy as ambassadors across all scientific disciplines. The Champions identify diversity candidates, encourage others to propose candidates for nomination, and support diversity candidates through the Fellowship nomination process.

The Academy’s President is inviting over 400 leaders in the STEM and tertiary sectors across Australia to suggest diversity candidates. They are encouraging all their Fellows to nominate diversity candidates.

Find out more at the Academy website or contact them if you have any questions about Fellowship nominations at fellowship@science.org.au.


By 30 June—diversity candidates identified to fellowship@science.org.au.

During July—Fellows are identified to nominate diversity candidates.

By 31 July—new nominations registered by Fellows.

By 31 August—full nominations submitted by Fellows.


Academy awards

The Academy has a wide range of awards that recognise and support achievements across disciplines and career stages, including for early- and mid-career researchers.

They also fund research and assist researchers by supporting travelling fellowships and conferences.

The Academy strongly encourage all women in science to consider applying for the Academy’s awards.

Find out more at the Academy website or contact them if you have any questions at awards@science.org.au.


By 1 June—research awards, research conferences and travelling fellowships. (See the recent article on these opportunities)

Honorific awards for 2019 have closed.

New OpportunitiesFlinders' Innovation Partnership Seed Grant now open

Flinders University

The Flinders University Innovation Partnership Seed Grant (IPSG) scheme is now open for applications.

IPSGs are internal grants designed to encourage new partner organisation-linked research, and provide seed-funding to assist in developing long-term research engagement with partner organisations leading to high quality external grant applications.

Funding of up to $25,000 may be awarded for a project, provided an equivalent or greater cash contribution is committed by the external partner organisation(s). Typically, a project will be expected to run for 12 months.

Form and guidelines are available on the Flinders' Research Development and Support website.

Any queries regarding the scheme should be directed in the first instance to Mary Lyons, Senior Research Grants Officer (IGII) via email or phone 08 8201 2045. 

The final deadline for submission of applications is 5pm, Monday 15 July 2019

New OpportunitiesHCF Research Foundation Expressions of Interest now open

HCF Research Foundation

The HCF Research Foundation’s mission is to improve the delivery of health services in Australia for the benefit of its members and for all Australians. They fund research projects that focus on new ways to provide high quality care to improve patient outcomes.

The HCF Research Foundation is making its 9th annual call for research projects to deliver $1 million in funding to the research community in health care areas that provide opportunity to significantly improve health services.

Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from research teams interested in funding for health services research to begin in 2020 are being sought.

EOI’s are invited for research projects that specifically address the following topics:

  • Innovative health care models that encourage the right care in the right setting with a particular emphasis on providing safe and high quality alternatives to hospital based care which facilitate consumer choice and access;
  • Research projects that provide a solution to reduce known health care variation in hospital care as demonstrated in The Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation Series published by the Australian Commission for Safety and Quality in Health Care.

Applications involving collaborations between investigators from a range of backgrounds, including career researchers, practicing clinicians, policy makers, and the private sector are encouraged. Those proposals that demonstrate a considered approach to translation of the findings into practice will be given priority.

Research grants awarded by the HCF Research Foundation for 2019 ranged in value from $80,000 to $275,000.

Applications will be assessed on scientific merit as well their ability to affect meaningful change to health services provision.

Applications that demonstrate a strong opportunity and considered approach for translation of research outcomes into practice will be considered favourably.

The closing date for EOIs is 5:00pm AEST, Thursday, 27 June 2019. The Flinders internal closing date is 13 June 2019 for a completed final draft application. For application advice and assistance, contact Gareth Rees, Senior Research Grants Officer, NHMRC and Health.

For more information, and to access the EOI forms, visit the HCF Research Foundation website.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsEMCR Engagement Program - Science at the Shine Dome 2019

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Science at the Shine Dome 2019 is being held in Canberra on 28 to 30 May, and there is still time to register for this three-day celebration of Australian science.

The event offers unique opportunities for Early- and mid-career researchers (EMCRs) to meet and exchange ideas with renowned scientists and to hear from newly elected Fellows and 2019 awardees about their latest research across a range of science disciplines.

Science at the Shine Dome is a valuable networking opportunity for Australian Academy Fellows, EMCRs, government representatives, politicians, media, science associated organisations, and the science-interested general public. Australia’s most influential scientists gather at the Shine Dome in Canberra to celebrate science and to honour outstanding achievements in science.  

This year's symposium focuses on sustainable energy creation in Australia titled 'Power Up Australia, the sustainable way'. The symposium will cover different facets of energy research from diverse scientific disciplines.

This year, the event also features a dedicated EMCR engagement program to allow EMCRs even more opportunities to connect with their peers and build meaningful networks. In addition to the main events held at the Shine Dome, EMCR attendees have the opportunity to attend events at University House at the ANU.

Tuesday 28 May 

  • EMCR Masterclass: work–life management in STEM
  • Networking Dinner  

Thursday 30 May 

  • EMCR Professional development workshop series

EMCRs will take part in high-quality professional development opportunities by joining one of four workshops available:

  • Leadership development
  • Industry engagement
  • Grant writing
  • CV writing and interview skills.

Support is available for full attendance at Science at the Shine Dome for EMCRs. The support is available for $3000 (ex GST), and covers the cost of registration, accommodation and travel expenses. Visit the Australian Academy of Science to find out how to access this support.

Seminars Conferences and Workshops2019 International Mental Health Conference

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The 2019 International Mental Health Conference will be held from Wednesday 31 July – Friday 2 August at Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast.

Featuring Australia and New Zealand’s leading clinical practitioners, academics, and mental health experts, the 2019 International Mental Health Conference continues in its 20th year to network, share research, projects and formulate ideas for change for those living with mental health conditions.

Enjoy a three-day program of inspiring keynote addresses, speaker presentations, workshops, poster presentations and ample networking opportunities.

Register before 19 June 2019 for Early Bird rates. To register and for more information, visit the conference website.

New OpportunitiesGenomics Health Futures Mission - Pathogen Genomics


The Genomics Health Futures Mission (GHFM) is the centrepiece of the Australian Government’s $1.3 billion National Health and Medical Industry Growth Plan that was announced in May 2018.

Funded through the Medical Research Future Fund, the Genomics Health Futures Mission (GHFM) will engage with communities to help save or transform the lives of more than 200,000 Australians through research into better testing, diagnosis and treatment. 

The external closing date for applications is 11 July 2019. The Flinders internal closing date is 27 June 2019 for final completed draft applications. For application advice and assistance, contact Gareth Rees, Senior Research Grants Officer (NHMRC and Health).

This grant opportunity is the first round of the Flagships stream and provides researchers with grants of up to $10 million for large-scale pilot research studies into pathogen genomics late in the research and development pipeline aiming to demonstrate clinical and/or public health utility, cost-effectiveness, and capacity for translation of genomics in the clinic, in recognition that such evidence is critical to the adoption of genomics in mainstream healthcare.

The objectives of this grant opportunity are to:

  • fund large scale pilot research studies into pathogen genomics late in the research and development pipeline aiming to:
    • demonstrate clinical and/or public health utility, cost-effectiveness, and capacity for translation of genomics in the clinic, in recognition that such evidence is critical to the adoption of genomics in mainstream healthcare.
  • The minimum grant amount is $1 million.
  • The maximum grant amount is $10 million.

The grant amount will be up to 100 per cent of eligible project costs.

The maximum project period is four years.

For further information, including the guidelines and application form, visit business.gov.au.

Flinders Research NewsNominations for the 2020-23 membership of the Gene Technology Advisory Committees

Office of the Gene Technology Regulator

Nominations for the 2020-23 membership of the Gene Technology Technical Advisory Committee (GTTAC) and the Gene Technology Ethics and Community Consultative Committee (GTECCC) are being sought from suitably qualified individuals.

With a view to increasing female representation on committees, suitably qualified women are particularly encouraged to nominate.

The GTTAC is a statutory committee of up to 20 members established under the Gene Technology Act 2000 (the Act) to provide scientific and technical advice to support the national scheme for regulating genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in Australia. A key function of GTTAC is to provide advice on applications and risk assessments for environmental release of GMOs, including GMOs for agricultural and medical purposes. Further information on the current membership and work of the Committee can be found on the GTTAC webpage.

The GTECCC is a statutory committee of up to 12 members established under the Gene Technology Act 2000 (the Act) to provide advice on ethical issues relating to gene technology and on community consultation and risk communication. Further information on the current membership and work of the Committee can be found on the GTECCC webpage.

Further information about the Committees and the appointment process, including links to the nomination forms, is available on the Office of the Gene Technology Regulator (OGTR) website.

Nomination forms must be submitted to the OGTR by 21 June 2019

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsSociety for Ambulatory Assessment Conference abstracts now open

Society for Ambulatory Assessment

The Society for Ambulatory Assessment (SAA) will hold a conference in Australia for the first time in January 2020.

The conference will take place in the historic Old Arts precinct of the University of Melbourne from 15 - 18 January 2020.

The SAA2020 conference will include symposia, regular and flash talks, and poster presentations with a pre-conference on Wednesday 15 January.

Keynote speakers will be Professor Nicholas Allen, University of Oregon, Professor Simine Vazire, University of California, Davis, and Professor Andrew Campbell, Dartmouth College.

The organisers are now inviting abstract submissions for presentations. Abstract submissions will close on the 15 July, 2019. Please submit your abstract via the conference website.

If you have any questions, please contact the organisers at saa2020aus@gmail.com.

For further information on the flash talks and posters, individual talks, and symposia, visit the conference website.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsRegistrations open for Business-Research Match-up

CRC Association

The CRC Association (CRCA) invites researchers to attend Australia’s leading event for business-research collaboration “Business-Research Match-up” at Collaborate | Innovate 2019, CRCA’s annual conference, 29-30 May in Adelaide.

Attendees will have the opportunity to book 20-minute meeting time slots with any business, researcher or any conference attendee.

Collaboration doesn’t happen by itself - there are many challenges. For a business seeking deep technological expertise, the first challenge might simply be: where do we start? For researchers, understanding the culture of an industry will be vital to any collaboration. Collaborate | Innovate | 2019 is about breaking down those barriers and starting or improving on our collaboration to deliver better, faster innovation.

The program of Collaborate | Innovate | 2019 is packed with expertise on how to access funding; the best ways of collaborating, how to avoid the pitfalls in intellectual property and protect design and social licence.

Business, researches, postgraduates and investors are all encouraged to attend the most stimulating meeting on collaboration and research impact that will be held in Australia during 2019.

Each year the Cooperative Research Centres Association (CRCA) holds its annual conference in a different city across the country. The conference is an ideal opportunity for researchers, educators and industry people to network with CRCA members while gaining valuable insights regarding the nature of cooperative research ventures.

Industry Growth Centres will attend the “Business-Research Match-up”, and will be hosting a breakfast on the morning of 29 May 2019. The Australian government funds six growth centres in sectors of competitive strength and strategic priority. These centres aim to drive innovation, productivity and competitiveness and include: Advanced Manufacturing, Cyber Security, Food and Agribusiness, Medical Technologies and Pharmaceuticals, Mining Equipment, Technology Services (METS) and Oil, Gas and Energy Resources.


Don't leave to the last minute - the earlier you register, the more time you have to secure the match-up that will benefit you most! 

For more information, see the Collaborate | Innovate 2019 website.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsOpportunity to Present at the 2019 Workplace Mental Health Symposium

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The Australian & New Zealand Mental Health Association are looking for colleagues who would be interested in sharing their latest workplace mental health research or ideas as a presenter at the 2019 Workplace Mental Health Symposium.

The Workplace Mental Health Symposium will be held at Mercure Brisbane from 2 – 3 September 2019.

Presentation topics include:

  • Role of technology in workplace mental health
  • HR process: case studies – lessons learnt and best practices
  • Workplace design
  • Environmental design
  • Social determinants of mental health
  • Wellbeing
  • Fairness and leadership
  • Big data analytics
  • Legal

This opportunity is perfect to increase public relations, lead generation and researchers' networks. There is also the chance to present individual research and ideas, learn from others and stand alongside some of the best in the sector.

For more information visit the conference website and submit prior to Friday 31 May 2019.

New OpportunitiesYitpi Foundation Research Awards and Grants-in-Aid

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The Yitpi Foundation has been established to encourage and promote research and education in the fields of crop science, particularly in relation to the wheat industry in southern Australia; and social science in linguistics of Australian languages and studies of the cultures of Australian Aborigines, particularly in relation to land usage.

The name Yitpi is a Kaurna word for seed or soul.

Guidelines for applications are attached below and grants will fall within the three categories listed below;

  1. Crop science research
  2. Agricultural education
  3. Studies of the linguistics and culture of Australian Aboriginal peoples

Requests for <$15k will have greater chance of success but larger grants will be considered. Further, applications which have a high probability of having an impact on the relevant community in the short term will be given more favourable consideration.

The closing date for applications for the Research Award or Grants-in-Aid is 13 June 2019. The Flinders internal closing date is 30 May 2019 for a completed final draft application. For application advice and assistance, contact Mary Lyons, Senior Research Grants Officer (IGII).

Yitpi Foundation Guidelines for applications

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsBRAVE lecture – Dying Matters

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Few of us like to think too much about the end of our lives – however death is a part of life. One Australian dies every 3 minutes and 17 seconds, with 52% dying in acute hospitals, and the death rates is projected to double in the next 25 years as the ageing population increases.

Join Associate Professor Kim Devery, at this free event, in a discussion on what clinicians can do to improve the quality of end-of-life care to benefit patients and their families.

The lecture Dying Matters: Improved End of Life Care will be held in Level 1, Room 1, Flinders Victoria Square on Wednesday, 22 May 2019, 5:30 -7:30 pm.

To register to attend, visit the Registration page.

Through its education and research programs, Flinders encourages new ways of thinking, and supports experimentation and daring, with the mission to contribute on an international scale through ‘changing lives and changing the world’. So we invite you to share and collaborate with us on our BRAVE journey. We will impart our knowledge and new discoveries, elevate discussion and inspire debate; all with the view to facilitate the betterment of our society. To find out more about the BRAVE series, please visit the Flinders website.

Be BRAVE, be bold, be at Flinders.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsWomen in Innovation event - Space - The opportunities are boundless

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You might have a secret aspiration to become an astronaut ... but what about all the opportunities here on Earth?

From the obvious to the not-so-obvious, join Women in Innovation SA for the next Women in Innovation event, featuring Flinders researcher Dr Alice Gorman, to discover what opportunities the space industry brings to South Australia.

They will be exploring topics including research and development, space entrepreneur development, defence including earth observation, satellite communications and space-based position, navigation and timing, space technologies for the Internet of Things, and not to forget about the space junk that we forgot to tidy up!

Find out how these apply to our local space industry, and how these might apply to your own career or business.

Women in Innovation SA have brought together a great panel to present their diverse views of space and answer your questions:

  • Flavia Tata Nardini, Co-Founder and CEO Fleet Space Technologies
  • Professor Andy Koronios, Head of SmartSat Cooperative Research Centre
  • Dr Alice Gorman, Space Archaeologist, Space Debris, Flinders University
  • Nicola Sasanelli, Director, South Australian Space Industry Centre

When: Wednesday 29 May 2019

From: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Where: Bradley Forum, Level 5 Hawke Building, City West Campus, UniSA, North Terrace, Adelaide

Cost: Free for members/ $25 for non-members (deductible if you join on the night)


Catering by Food According to Bree and wine by Zonte’s Footstep.

Get your tickets here

New OpportunitiesInternational Collaboration opportunities with Temple University, USA

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Flinders University New Venture Institute (NVI) will be hosting around 20 US-based academics from 15 to 24 July 2019, providing a unique opportunity for Flinders' researchers to develop international collaborations with US College academics from Temple University and other East Coast USA Colleges in the areas of innovation, internationalisation, advanced manufacturing, defence-led innovation and regional economic transformation.

There will be three main components of the visit.

These include:

  1. Global best practice innovation and enterprise experiential training, delivered by NVI Program Director Assoc. Professor Margaret Ledwith;
  2. Site visits to growth small to medium enterprises (SMEs) in Southern Adelaide and Western Sydney (in collaboration with UWS) focused on innovative manufacturing, internationalisation and regional economic growth;
  3. Comparative case study development with Flinders researchers on issues of business internationalisation, regional economic transformation, innovative manufacturing

NVI are currently inviting expressions of interest (EOIs: closing 28 June 2019) from Flinders' researchers who wish to be involved in exploring partnerships with these visiting academics with the aim to: co‐develop case studies; white papers; journal articles; conference and grant submissions. 

Successful researchers will need to be able to commit to a minimum of two of the following four sessions during the visit:

  • Monday 15 July 1:30pm - 5:00pm
  • Tuesday 16 July 11:30 - 1:00pm
  • Wednesday 17 July 11:30 - 1:00pm
  • Thursday 18 July 9:00 - 11:00am

Flinders' researchers will also be able to participate in site visits to local SME’s to hear about their journey toward internationalisation and the role of innovation in their development.

Temple University (Philadelphia, USA) have strong links with large defence primes in their region, and supply chain participation by growth focused SME’s has been a hallmark of their economy over many years. It is therefore anticipated that there will be interest in government‐led development through recent defence procurement, which parallels with Philadelphia’s own economic transformation. Temple's Enterprise Consulting Unit recent win of a US Department of Education Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) grant has opened up this opportunity for Flinders' researchers.

Please direct queries and EOIs to Ms Emily Canale, NVI CIBER Program Manager, referencing "CIBER Program JULY 2019" and your specific interest. EOIs close on Friday 28 June 2019.

Further information on the program available at the Temple University website.

This opportunity showcases the ongoing relationship between Flinders NVI and the Fox School of Business at Temple University. 's 

New OpportunitiesGlobal Connections Fund - 2019 Bridging Grants

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Bridging Grant eligibility testing will open 3 June 2019, until 17:00 17 June 2019, Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).

Bridging Grants (BG) are a program of assistance that targets early stage proof of concept and knowledge transfer, product development and market testing, innovation and commercialisation activities.

They are designed to support international small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs)-Researcher partnerships grow beyond an initial level of engagement such as might be developed during a Priming Grant funded process, into a strong collaboration which leads to the translation of research knowledge and intellectual property into market ready products or services.

Bridging Grants applications can be prepared and lodged any time after 3 June, only if you have received notice of approval to proceed and supplied a Bridging Grant Application number (BGA Number). If you have been supplied with a BGA number, please contact Mary Lyons, Senior Research Grants Officer (IGII) of your intent to apply for a Bridging Grant.

Please note that the Global Connections Fund will only support multiple EOI applications from university research groups, departments or schools, provided the proposed projects are employing distinctly different technologies and/or are in different areas of research endeavour. In these cases, the proposed SME partners must also be different for each project proposal.  

The closing date for eligibility testing for Bridging Grant applications is 17:00 17 June 2019 (AEST). Applications can be prepared and lodged once  eligibility is approved and the closing date for full applications is 17:00 1 July 2019 (AEST). The internal Flinders closing date is 17 June 2019 for a completed final draft application. For application advice and assistance, contact Mary Lyons, Senior Research Grant Officer (IGII).

For full details on the application process, guidelines and FAQ guidance, please visit the Global Connections Fund website.

New OpportunitiesAustralian Synchrotron 2019/3 Proposal Round – Now accepting proposals


The Australian Synchrotron is accepting proposals for the third round of 2019 (September - December) for beamtime.

The proposal deadline is 11.59 pm 21 May 2019 (Melbourne time). It is strongly encouraged that the proposal is submitted well before 11.59pm Melbourne time as the proposal system may experience heavy use in the time leading up to the deadline.

 The beamtimes are offered on the following:

IRM       Infrared Microscope as-irm@ansto.gov.au
THz THz / Far-Infrared as-farir@ansto.gov.au
PD Powder Diffraction as-pd@ansto.gov.au
SXR Soft X-ray Spectroscopy as-softxray@ansto.gov.au
SAXS Small and Wide Angle Scattering as-saxswaxs@ansto.gov.au
XAS X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy as-xas@ansto.gov.au
XFM X-ray Fluorescence Microscopy as-xfm@ansto.gov.au
IM Imaging and Medical as-imbl@ansto.gov.au
MX Macromolecular & Micro Crystallography       as-mx@ansto.gov.au


Applicants are advised to contact beamline staff at the email addresses above to discuss the technical details of the proposal well before the proposal deadline, if any assistance is required. All other questions are to be directed to the User Office - Victoria.

For experiments using live animals, please refer to the animal ethics approval process.

Submitting Your Proposal via the Portal

You need to submit all proposals via the Australian Synchrotron Portal, https://portal.synchrotron.org.au.

Please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions page, for more information.  

Please note, for security and privacy requirements, the Australian Synchrotron can only action account change requests made in writing (email preferred).

New OpportunitiesAINSE Early Career Researcher Grant 2019


AINSE Limited (the Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering) are announcing a new funding opportunity available to Early Career Researchers at AINSE Member Institutions and/or Organisations.

The Early Career Researcher Grant (ECRG) is offered by AINSE to suitably-qualified persons holding a postdoctoral position at an AINSE Member Institution and/or Organisation and wishing to undertake work in collaboration with ANSTO.

Applications will be received up to 11:59pm AEST 1 July 2019. The Flinders internal closing date is 17 June 2019. For application advice and assistance, contact Mary Lyons, Senior Research Grants Officer (IGII).

The AINSE ECRG is a one-time payment offered to scholars who are in the first five years of employment as an Early Career Researcher, with allowances made for career breaks of a reasonable time frame. The recipient must have been awarded a proposal to work at an ANSTO facility, or be listed on an approved proposal to commence work at an ANSTO facility within 6 months of receiving the grant.

The award provides a grant of A$10,000 excl. GST that can be spent on travel, accommodation and consumables relating to the recipient’s approved ANSTO proposal, and carer requirements, subject to AINSE discretion. The grant will be delivered to the host institution and placed into the recipient’s research account. Responsibility for establishing taxation liability lies with the grant recipient.

An application form with Terms and Conditions, and an ANSTO Capabilities & Facilities Guide, can be found on the AINSE website: www.ainse.edu.au.

New OpportunitiesTender call - City of Marion Community Needs Analysis

A tender has been called for a Community Needs Analysis by the City of Marion.

The purpose of this project is for Council to gain an in-depth understanding of the City of Marion’s liveability.

The Call closes on 2.00 PM Wednesday 22 May 2019. For advice, documentation, and tender application assistance, please contact Daniela Tyson, Senior Contracts Officer (Research).

This project will provide evidence-based findings and recommendations that will enable council’s future directions and investments to be targeted to meet community priorities in the most informed, equitable, and effective way to enable healthier and more liveable communities. It will also inform Council’s suite of Community Indicators.

The project will identify current and potential future issues, barriers and opportunities that can be commonly experienced by members of the City of Marion community that impact on a person’s quality of life.

This will be achieved through identification and analysis of data and information to identify current and potential future community issues and opportunities within the City of Marion.


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