Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsImpacts of ongoing stress on mental health and wellbeing, and implications for policy seminar at Flinders in the City

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Join the Southgate Institute for Health, Society and Equity Policy Club to reflect on how chronic stress influences adults’ and children’s mental health and wellbeing, and what policy responses are needed at their seminar, "Impacts of ongoing stress on mental health and wellbeing, and implications for policy". 

Chronic stress is a key pathway by which social factors get 'under the skin' to affect physical or mental health and wellbeing. Chronic stress is an equity issue because exposure to stressors is more frequent among people experiencing higher socioeconomic disadvantage. With the establishment of Wellbeing SA, there is the potential to explore possible policy responses to address chronic stress. 

When: 5.15pm to 6.30pm Tuesday 11 February 2020 (followed by refreshments and nibbles)

Where: Flinders in the City, corner Flinders Street and Victoria Square, Level 2 Room 2.1


If you are unable to attend, the seminar will be livestreamed via the following link:

Professor Fran Baum, Director, Southgate Institute for Health, Society and Equity, will Chair the seminar. The speakers will be: 

  • Dr Leila Morsy: "Toxic stress and children's outcomes"
  • Mrs Jane Fitzgerald: "How urban planning / environment policies can reduce or avoid the impacts of stress"
  • Dr Matt Fisher: "Toward public wellbeing: Society, chronic stress and mental health"

New OpportunitiesHeart Foundation Partnership Engagement Grants round one 2020 now open

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Partnership Engagement Grants enable researchers to partner with the Heart Foundation to apply to NHMRC, ARC and other funding bodies for large-scale cardiovascular research projects. Success in this grant provides the applicant partnership support when applying for the large-scale funding.

The program is predominantly aimed at NHMRC Partnerships for Better Health Projects (Partnership Projects) and ARC Linkage Projects, however other partnership grant types will be considered. 

By partnering with the Heart Foundation, researchers benefit from association with a large, reputable organisation that will enhance their ability to attract further funding. The award provides financial, reputational and in-kind support. A successful application would be one that aligns with the Heart Foundation’s strategy, priorities and values. 

Applicants may request a financial contribution, an in-kind contribution, or a combination of both. If requesting a financial contribution, the amount requested must be equal to or less than $150,000.

Round One applications close on 20 March 2020. The Flinders internal closing date for a completed final draft application is 6 March 2020. For application advice and assistance, contact Gareth Rees, Senior Research Grants Officer (NHMRC and Health).

For more information, including eligibility criteria, visit the Heart Foundation website.

New OpportunitiesMohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund - round 1 now open

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The Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund (MBZ Fund) is an innovative philanthropy providing small grants to boots-on-the-ground, get-your-hands-dirty, in-the-field species conservation projects for the world’s most threatened species.

Through innovative micro-financing, the MBZ Fund empowers conservationists to fight the extinction crisis instead of bureaucracy and red-tape. To date the Fund has awarded over 2000 grants to a diverse range of species across the world.

The MBZ Fund has been established to provide targeted grants to individual species conservation initiatives, recognise leaders in the field and elevate the importance of species in the broader conservation debate. Its focus is global and eligibility for grants will extend to all plant, animal and fungi species conservation efforts, without discrimination on the basis of region or selected species.

Round one closes 29 February 2020. The Flinders internal closing date for a completed final draft application is 14 February 2020. Please note that the MBZ Fund advises not leave it until the last minute to submit your application but do so well ahead of the deadline. 

Round two closes on 30 June 2020. The Flinders internal closing date for a completed final draft application is 16 June 2020.

Round two closes on 31 October 2020. The Flinders internal closing date for a completed final draft application is 16 October 2020.

For grant writing and administrative support, please contact Denise Caretti, Trust & Foundations Coordinator - Alumni & Advancement, Office of Communication, Marketing & Engagement. For more information, including frequently asked questions, visit the MBZ Fund website.

New OpportunitiesL’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Fellowships 2020 Climate Edition

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The world needs science and science needs women.

Applications for the 2020 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Australian & New Zealand Fellowships are now open. This year, the program will be supporting solely women researchers tackling issues around climate change.

Each year the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science program recognises the achievements of outstanding female scientists in over 100 countries. Since 1998 over 2,500 women have been awarded Fellowships to support their continued research.

In 2020 five For Women in Science Fellowships worth $25,000 - four for Australia and one for New Zealand, will be awarded. Eligible candidates must be within five years of completing their PhD and an Australian or New Zealand citizen or permanent resident. Applicants must undertake research contributing to issues associated with climate change.

Applications are due Monday 2 March 2020. The Flinders internal closing date for a completed final draft application is 17 February 2020. For application advice and assistance, contact Dr Marina Delpin, Manager: Research Training, Development and Communication.

More information and the online application form can be found at

New OpportunitiesCalling for new members to join the 2020 BLiSS Adelaide EMCR committee


BLiSS was founded with a vision to break down walls between disciplines to design a more ambitious research for tomorrow by empowering EMCRs to form multidisciplinary collaborations.

The inaugural BLiSS*Adelaide EMCR Collaborative Symposium was held on 4 October 2019. The BLiSS*Adelaide committee is now looking for passionate and highly motivated early- and mid-career researchers (EMCRs) to join the 2020 committee to make the next event even bigger and better!

The Adelaide symposium brought together researchers from across Adelaide to meet, share and grow new ideas. In 2019 attendees came from diverse STEMM backgrounds such as biomedical engineering, life sciences, applied linguistics and photonics biosensing, to name a few.

BLiSS*Adelaide attendees found the event useful for creating links across disciplines – 100% of attendees indicated they had met new EMCRs outside their discipline on the day, and 40% thought it likely they would develop a new collaboration with one of these connections. Delegates praised the unique format of talks and discussions, and 98% of attendees said they would recommend BLiSS events to colleagues and friends.

Build your CV and skills set. If you would like to play a role in shaping the research landscape in Adelaide, whilst working with highly talented and motivated E/MCRs in Adelaide, you can apply to join the team by downloading the application form and applying by 3 February 2020.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsDepartment of Industry, Innovation and Science Entrepreneurs’ Programme - Innovations Connections

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Are you engaging with an Australian business that has operated for at least three consecutive years, and within the current or previous two years had an annual turnover of at least $1.5m (or $750,00 for remote or northern Australia)?

You may be able to access Innovation Connections - a non-competitive program that funds research activities. It encourages and assists small and medium businesses to access knowledge, engage with researchers and foster innovation.

Join an information session by David Monck, Innovation Connections facilitator, at Flinders Bedford Park, Monday 10 February, 11 am – 12 noon. Register now through ienrol - Research to attend.

Innovation Connections facilitators provide guidance to match businesses with researchers to address knowledge or research related issues. David will be available to answer your questions in addition to providing insight into the program.

Activities that can be funded through this ongoing program are: 

  • Researcher Placement: the placement of a Researcher in the business to work collaboratively on a specific Innovation Connections project in order to develop and implement a new idea with commercial potential (up to a maximum of $50,000, matched by business partner);
  • Business Researcher Placement: the placement of a Participants’ own research employee into a Publicly Funded Research Organisation to work collaboratively on a specific Innovation Connections project and access to research infrastructure (up to a maximum of $50,000, matched by business partner);
  • Graduate Placement: the employment of a graduate or post graduate into the Participant’s business to undertake a specific Innovation Connections project collaboratively with a Publicly Funded Research Organisation (up to a maximum of $30,000, matched by business partner).

Researchers of any discipline can be involved in this program; the funds provide support to businesses operating in the Growth Sectors, as well as the Enabling Technologies and Services to the Growth Sectors.

If you are interested in finding out more information about this opportunity please contact Mary Lyons, Senior Research Grants Officer (IGII).

New OpportunitiesNominations now open for the 2020 Prime Minister's Literary Awards

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The Prime Minister’s Literary Awards (the Awards) is an annual program which accepts books published in the previous calendar year. The Awards celebrate the contribution of Australian literature and history to the nation’s cultural and intellectual life.

The Awards play an important role in supporting a national appreciation of Australian literature. Entries are sought for books of high literary merit, and in the case of Australian history, scholarly accomplishment.

The Australian history category recognises outstanding work that contributes significantly to an understanding of Australian history.

They provide acknowledgement and prizes to the authors and illustrators that have published the best works of Australian literature each year.

The Awards are administered through an open competitive process. Awards are presented in six categories; fiction, non-fiction, young adult literature, children’s literature, poetry and Australian history. Up to $100,000 will be awarded in each category—$80,000 for the winning entry and $5,000 each for a maximum of four shortlisted entries. All prizes are tax-free.

Nominations close on 28 February 2020. The Flinders internal closing date for a completed final draft application is 14 February 2020. For application advice and assistance, contact Dr Marina Delpin, Manager, Research Development, Training and Communication.

For more information, including the eligibility criteria, visit the Awards website.

New OpportunitiesExpression of Interest – MRFF Grant Assessment Committee

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The Department of Health is seeking interest from a range of stakeholders to assist in the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) grant review and assessment processes as a member of a Grant Assessment Committee for a number of 2019-20 MRFF grant opportunities. 

The MRFF helps shape the future of health and medical research, improve lives and contributes to an innovative and sustainable health system. It has a particular focus on collaborative and translational research and utilises grant assessment processes that embrace diverse perspectives, including alternative disciplines, industry, health care and consumer experience.

In line with the published MRFF Grant Opportunity Guidelines, MRFF grant assessments have a strong focus on impact and value and the Department of Health is interested in hearing from people with translation, implementation, and a health and medical consumer focus, who can demonstrate experience and/or expertise in the following areas:

  • Translation of research into clinical practice
  • Commercialisation of health research
  • Transdisciplinary research, e.g. collaboration and/or engagement between researchers, consumers, patient groups, those involved in health service delivery and industry
  • International research projects, including clinical trials.

It is not essential to have a research qualification to contribute to MRFF grant assessment.

Please note that NHMRC administers some MRFF grant opportunities on behalf of the Department of Health. As such, participation as a member of an MRFF Grant Assessment Committee is independent of, and should be considered separate to, any existing NHMRC peer review responsibilities.

To register your interest, visit the Grant Assessment Committee online portal.

New OpportunitiesNature Research Awards for Driving Global Impact 2020 now open

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Science is critical in solving global challenges. In 2020 Nature Research are inviting applications from early career researchers.

The winner will receive a grant of USD $30,000, coverage on and on the Award’s website, and an expenses paid invitation to attend the prize presentation ceremony at the 2020 Tencent WE Summit, to be held in Beijing in November 2020. The two runners up will each receive a grant of USD $10,000 and coverage on and on the Award’s website.

Applications are sought from ECRs working in one or more of the following areas:

  • Food security, water security and/or energy security – ensuring a long term, sustainable supply of either food, water or energy.
  • Healthcare interventions – the assessment, improvement or promotion of human health.
  • Environmental protection – protection of the natural environment on land and water including the repair of damage.
  • Climate change – slowing climate change and adapting to what’s unavoidable.
  • Sustainable cities – building green, liveable cities that last.

They should hold a PhD or clinical doctorate, awarded not earlier than 1 January 2005, lead an independent research group established within the past 5 years as of 1 January 2020 and need to demonstrate that the application, or potential application, of their research will make a positive impact on one or more global challenges above.

Applications close on 27 March 2020. The Flinders internal closing date for a completed final draft application is 13 March 2020. For application advice and assistance, contact Dr Marina Delpin, Manager, Research Training, Development and Communication.

For further information, including the guidelines for applicants, visit the Nature Research website.

New OpportunitiesKidney Health Australia Research Medical and Scientific 2019-2020 funding round is now open

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Through their new research funding rounds, Kidney Health Australia, aims to reduce the impact of kidney disease on all Australians through the support of research.

The 2019-2020 Funding round will focus on research relating to making kidney transplants last longer in the basic science, psychosocial or clinical science/population health areas. The Grants scheme offers a once only amount of up to a maximum of $50,000 towards the cost of the project, with a total of 3 Awards available.

In 2016-2017 Kidney Health Australia conducted a review of the research grant system, and as a result of the review, research at Kidney Health Australia has undergone a transformation with a focus on community participation, a research agenda with structured programs of research endorsed by our community and organisational collaboration.

In line with its consumer focus, the Kidney Health Australia Research Grant Program will prioritise projects that clearly demonstrate consumer and/or community involvement or engagement at some or all stages of the research cycle. This includes:

  • Consumer input into research priority setting, conception, design and conduct of research ideas and studies
  • Consumers as part of the research team
  • Consumer input in dissemination of research findings
  • Consumer and community involvement in research translation and knowledge implementation

The deadline for funding submissions is Friday 14 February 2020. The Flinders internal closing date for a completed final draft application is 30 January 2020. For application advice and assistance, contact Mary Lyons, Senior Research Grants Officer (IGII). For more information, visit the Kidney Health Australia website. Applicants are advised to read the Kidney Health Australia Research Guide to Applicants before submitting their application.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsCambridge University Press - free Cambridge Core training in Adelaide

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The University of Adelaide Library has extended an invitation to Flinders University Library, academics, researchers, HDRs and professional staff to attend a series of three training sessions on the Cambridge Core platform on 18 February 2020.

The first session is focused on conducting research with the Cambridge Core Platform, while the second session concentrate on how to get published with Cambridge University Press and the third session provides an opportunity for questions and answers with the presenters.

Morning Tea will be served and sessions are estimated to run for 45 minutes. Further information, location and registration details are available via Eventbrite.

Please contact Mary Filsell, College and Research Services Librarian, Flinders university Library, if you have any further queries.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsDrug Discovery and Development SA Symposium

Drug Discovery and Development SA Symposium

The Drug Discovery and Development SA Symposium will provide an opportunity to showcase and share drug discovery and development expertise, strengths and resources in South Australia, in addition to excellent networking and poster display

Hosted by the UniSA Cancer Research Institute in conjunction with the Adelaide BioMed City, the symposium will be held on Monday 17 February 2020, from 8.30 am – 4.30 pm, at the UniSA Cancer Research Institute, North Tce, Adelaide.

Guest speakers include:

  • Professor Caroline McMillen, Chief Scientist for South Australia;
  • Dr Robert Williams, Chief Drug Development Scientist, Cancer Research UK Centre for Drug Development
  • Professor Ross McKinnon, College of Medicine and Public Health
  • and other speakers from SAHMRI, CALHN, and Universities in SA

Lunch will be provided for attendees (G/F and vegetarian options wil be provided). Drinks and networking to be held at conclusion of event.

Register via eventbrite.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsAdelaide Biomedical Translation Bridge Program Grants - Information Session

The Biomedical Translation Bridge (BTB) Program provides grants of up to $1 million to support the translation of new therapies, technologies and medical devices through to the proof of concept stage. Entities eligible for funding include universities, medical research institutes and SMEs. 

Register now to join representatives from the BTB partners on 5 February at the Royal Institution of Australia (RiAus) in Adelaide to learn more about the program, and the upcoming second round of funding which opens in February 2020.

The BTB Program is an initiative of the Medical Research Future Fund. The BTB program is operated by MTPConnect in partnership with BioCurate, UniQuest, the Medical Device Partnering Program and the Bridge and BridgeTech programs.

New OpportunitiesClosing dates for the 2020 Linkage Projects assessment rounds

Australian Research Council (ARC)

The Australian Research Council (ARC) is introducing improvements to the implementation of the Linkage Projects scheme. This includes moving to three assessment rounds per year. 

The changes are in response to an evaluation of the implementation of the continuous Linkage Projects process.

For the Linkage Projects round for funding commencing in 2020 (LP20), applications can be submitted at any-time up until 1 December 2020 and will be assessed within one of the three assessment rounds (detailed below). 

As Research Development and Support needs time to review applications, please ensure that any LP applications to be submitted to ARC in the LP20 assessment rounds are submitted to RDS for review in RMS by no later than the following dates: 

  • for assessment round 1 - 25 March 2020,
  • for assessment round 2 - 22 July 2020, or
  • for assessment round 3 - 17 November 2020.

Please also send any ARC written evidence forms to and complete the Flinders University certification form and co-investment form (if applicable) by those dates. For further information on support available on applications to the ARC, visit the Flinders' ARC schemes webpage.

Flinders Research NewsAnnouncing amendments to the Gene Technology Regulations 2001

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Amendments to the Australian Federal Government Gene Technology Regulations 2001 came into force on 8 October 2019. These amendments are broad ranging, with the focus to clarify the regulatory status of organisms generated using genome editing technologies.

Importantly for researchers, the amendments have changed the lists of organisms that are and are not genetically modified organisms. These lists now better clarify the regulatory status of genome editing techniques, RNA interference (RNAi) techniques, and of null segregants. The amendments also now make it clear that dealings with gene drive GMOs will require a licence from the OGTR. Further minor amendments to existing dealings with gene technologies also apply.

It is important to note, the amendments relating to the deregulation of some genome editing technologies, including CRISPR, are highly specific. The majority of uses of these technologies continue to be regulated, including the use of guided genome editing techniques such as base editing and prime editing techniques. 

Amendments ensure that the new technologies are regulated in a manner commensurate with the risks they pose.

To provide a full overview of the amendments to the Gene Technology Regulations 2001, information sessions for researchers with IBC approvals will be held in early 2020. Keep an eye out for an invite coming soon to your inbox. In the interim, if you are planning a grant application that may be affected, please don’t hesitate to contact the Flinders University Institutional Biosafety Committee for advice on regulatory status.

Flinders Research NewsDraft of Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification

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Feedback is sought on the ANZSRC Review Consultation Draft which is now available on the Australian Research Council (ARC) website. The proposed changes to both the Fields of Research (FoR) and Socio-Economic Objectives (SEO) classifications are now available for comment.

Flinders University will be submitting a University wide response to this review. Please email feedback to by CoB Friday, 31 January 2020.

Feedback is sought on:

  1. Whether the revised classifications accurately capture the current Australian and New Zealand research landscape. 
  2. Whether any errors or ambiguities have been introduced in the drafting process. 
  3. Concordance between the old and revised ANZSRC classifications, including
      1. where codes have been deleted, where would that research be classified in the revised ANZSRC? 
      2. where new codes have been created, where would that research have been classified in ANZSRC 2008?

Feedback should directly address corrections that are required to the draft classification to ensure the classification reflects research practices in Australia and New Zealand. If you identify issues with the draft, please provide specific suggestions as to how they could be resolved. Please consider your response in the context of disciplinary research practice, the multiple uses of ANZSRC and the information provided in the ANZSRC Consultation Draft Paper or ANZSRC Review Consultation Draft: Indigenous Research. To assist in a balanced evaluation of the draft, submissions in support of changes are also welcomed.

Flinders Research News2020 Flinders' Research FastStart - enrol now

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Flinders’ Research FastStart ™, our researcher induction program, provides an overview of the structure, function and support provided by Flinders' partners in research support.

While aimed at researchers new to Flinders, this program is also an excellent refresher for existing, established researchers who would like to be informed on the latest research related services, platforms, enablers and support across the university. You can enrol now if you wish to join us on 6 February 2020.

This one-day program introduces the research processes at Flinders and connects members of Flinders’ research community.

Research FastStart ™ covers:

  • research integrity
  • identifying research funding opportunities
  • research funding support - application, contracts and financial management
  • research ethics - approval processes and systems
  • research administration support
  • researcher training and development
  • records management
  • HDR student supervision
  • Flinders Library
  • media and research communications

In addition, you will be introduced to Flinders’ online systems and access areas of the Flinders website that will support your research endeavours.

The first Research FastStart ™ will be held on 6 February 2020. To register your interest in attending, visit ienrol - research. For further information, contact

Highly regarded by those who've participated, researchers have described the following benefits and strengths of Research FastStart ™:

‘Broad range of speakers and information made the course applicable to a wide audience of researchers at any career stage’
‘Short, clear, relevant presentations’
‘Good opportunity to meet key researcher support staff and other Finders researchers’
‘Hands-on sessions’
‘All the presentations were good, informative and the presenters were engaging’

New OpportunitiesAustralian and New Zealand Society of Blood Transfusion Research Fund 2020


The Australian and New Zealand Society of Blood Transfusion (ANZSBT) seeks expressions of interest for the ANZSBT Research Fund for the calendar year 2020. The Society is offering a total of AUD $75,000 comprising either a single grant of $75,000 or smaller grants totalling $75,000.

The ANZSBT Research Fund supports basic, clinical and translational transfusion research in Australasia to investigators at all levels of their careers. The aim of the Research fund is to support the advancement of research in transfusion medicine and science and to promote and develop research in related medical knowledge and science.

The Society maintains broad interests in clinical practice improvement, patient blood management and haemovigilance.

In addition, the ANZSBT Council has nominated the following research priorities for 2020:

  • Transfusion in rural and remote settings;
  • Transfusion in the fetal, neonatal and paediatric settings;
  • Transfusion in indigenous populations or minority groups of Australia or New Zealand; or
  • Transfusion in the elderly.

Grants will be available for research projects and are intended for researchers who have not received significant funding from other sources for the nominated project. Applications that seek funding to provide service delivery are unlikely to be funded.

Consideration will be given to applications that support a candidate to obtain an academic degree and/or to conduct research work or gain professional expertise at a centre of excellence relevant to the field of blood transfusion.

Applications are due 28 February 2020. The Flinders Internal closing date is 14 February 2020 for a completed final draft application. For grant writing and administrative support, please contact Denise Caretti, Trust & Foundations Coordinator - Alumni & Advancement, Office of Communication, Marketing & Engagement. 

Flinders Research NewsMedical Research Future Fund – Currently Open Initiatives January 2020


The Medical Research Future Fund has recently announced grant schemes covering a number of research areas under the strategies and priorities of the fund. 

Details of the current opportunities, application agency and corresponding closing dates are found below. 

If you are interested in applying for any of the above opportunities, please contact the NHMRC and Health Research Grants team in the very first instance to discuss your application and internal deadlines.


Currently Open Schemes with applications to be lodged through NHMRC’s RGMS system are:

Emerging Priorities and Consumer Driven Research Initiative – closing 31 January 2020 (No minimum data)

Cardiovascular Mission – Minimum data due 29 January 2020, closing 12 February 2020

Indigenous Health Research Fund – Minimum data due 29 January 2020, closing 12 February 2020


Currently Open Schemes with applications to be lodged through the grant application portal are:

National Critical Infrastructure Initiative – Closing 3 March 2020


Forecast Opportunities with applications to be lodged through the grant application portal are:

Frontier Health and Medical Research – Opening 30 January 2020, closing 26 March 2020

National Critical Infrastructure Initiative – Opening 11 February 2020, closing 3 March 2020

Brain Cancer Mission - Opening 11 February 2020, closing 3 March 2020


Grant Documents for each of the above schemes can be found through GrantConnect. If you are interested in applying for any of the above opportunities, please contact the NHMRC and Health Research Grants team in the very first instance to discuss your application and internal deadlines.

Flinders Research NewsARC Discovery Project evaluation survey – advanced notice for current and former holders of Discovery Projects

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The Australian Research Council (ARC) is conducting an evaluation of the effectiveness of the Discovery Projects scheme.

The ARC have requested that Administering Institutions inform current and former investigators under the Discovery Projects scheme of the survey in advance to assist with the review of its largest funding scheme.

The aims of the survey will be to evaluate:

  • the effectiveness of the Discovery Projects scheme in supporting excellent basic and applied research and research training, enhancing research collaboration, expanding Australia’s research capability and supporting research that benefits Australia, and
  • of the appropriateness of the Discovery Projects scheme and its role within the Australian Government’s overall investment in research and innovation.

The ARC has commissioned Kantar Public Division (Kantar), an independent research company, to conduct the stakeholder surveys and interviews with Research Offices and peak bodies as inputs into the evaluation.

Please note that all survey participant contact details are being provided confidentially to Kantar and will be destroyed once the service is complete, and participants will not be personally identified as part of the evaluation process.

Kantar Public Division will directly contact Chief Investigators and Partner Investigators with a web link to a short online survey in early February 2020. The surveys will be distributed to Chief Investigators and Partner Investigators who have participated in at least one research project funded under the Discovery Projects scheme since 2002. 

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