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Issue No. 287 - 20 November 2014
Top of the News
A Special Thank You from Swinburne Research
My colleagues and I would like to express our appreciation for the tremendous amount of love and support
we've felt coming from the Swinburne community over the past two days.
George was greatly cherished, both within our office, the University and wider community.
His fine example has made it possible for us to band together and inspired us to work together in honour of
his memory. This has been a terribly painful time for us, but also taught us the value of an honourable mentor.
We thank you for your continued support.
Yours sincerely - Matthew Bailes Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research).
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Special Announcements
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ARC
ARC Announces Chairs for ERA 2015
The ARC recently announced the appointment of the Research Evaluation Committee (REC) Chairs for ERA
2015.
Included is our own Professor Leon Sterling, who will Chair the Mathematics, Information and Computing
Sciences Committee. Congratulations, Leon!
A listing of the Chairs for ERA 2015 RECs is available online.
ARC - Discovery Projects/Discovery Early Career Researcher Award/Discovery Indigenous Deadlines (website)
Both the internal and external deadlines for the 2016 rounds of the following ARC schemes are now available
on the Swinburne Research website:
Discovery Projects
Discovery Early Career Researcher Award
Discovery Indigenous
ARC - Discovery Program Cross-scheme Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) (website)
The Cross-scheme Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document is now available for the following
schemes under the ARC's Discovery Program:
Australian Laureate Fellowships
Discovery Early Career Researcher Award
Discovery Indigenous
Discovery Projects
Thank You to ARC Linkage Projects Applicants
Last Wednesday was the submission deadline for the ARC's Linkage Projects scheme. Swinburne submitted 10 proposals:
six from FSET
two from FHAD
two from FBE
This scheme requires industry partners who must commit cash and/or in-kind resources.
Some facts:
Total ARC funds request is $3,360,712
21 partner organisations have participated on proposals (this does not include any other universities)
The partner organisations have committed to $848,027 cash and $2,664,011 in-kind if the applications are
successful
A sincere thank you to all applicants and the teams responsible for putting together proposals.
NHMRC
NHMRC - RGMS: Now Available (website)
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The NHMRC's Research Grants Management System (RGMS) has been successfully upgraded and is now
available for use.
Key changes include:
Navigation:
In addition to the standard tabs (Applicant, RAO, Assessor, etc) available on the home page, RGMS now
features a new menu bar to assist with navigation. This includes Home, Back, Recent and Favourites
links. Hovering over the Home link also gives access to all pages
Links once found in side menus can now be found under drop-down menus. For example, all application
menu options (General, Part A and Part B) now appear under a drop-down menu on the Applications
Properties tab. Drop-down menus on other Properties tabs (e.g. Profile and CV, etc) operate in a similar
way
The Submit button has been replaced by a Save and Return button, which saves the actions on the
current page before returning to the previous page
Lookups and Editing:
Users can now type directly into lookup fields (e.g. Administering Institution, Research keywords,
Research team members , etc) to get auto-suggested results, avoiding the need to use the binocular icon
to search for and select results
In-line editing is now possible for some assessment fields (e.g. Panel/Spokesperson Assessment Selection
Criteria fields), avoiding the need for assessors to put RGMS into “Edit Mode”
Quick Reference Guides, User Guides, and eLearning modules can be found on the RGMS Training webpage.
NHMRC - 2015 Deadlines (website)
The NHMRC have released the deadlines for all 2015 rounds - both the internal and external deadlines for the
2015 NHMRC rounds are now avilable on the Swinburne Research website.
Read Updates on Initiatives to Improve Clinical Trials
The following updates on initiatives to improve clinical trials are now available:
A report on a ‘Good Practice Process’ for the site assessment and authorisation phases of clinical trials
research governance
A report on the concept for a national application form for research involving humans
An updated review of laws and regulations for research involving humans in Australia
Other News
Ian Potter Foundation - Expressions of Interest Now Open
The Ian Potter Foundation is currently accepting Expressions of Interest for funding in the following programs:
Arts
Community Wellbeing
Education
Environment & Conservation
Health & Disability
Medical Research
For more information, please see the items in the ARC, NHMRC & Other Major Initiatives section of this edition
of the Research Bulletin.
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Transurban - Innovation Grants
Transurban has opened its inaugural Innovation Grants round.
For more information on the Transurban Innovation Grants, and the Transurban Community Grants, please see
the items in the Grants section of this edition of the Research Bulletin.
Research Seminar: Social Media and Research (website)
In this seminar, former Swinburne academic and business strategist, Joanne Jacobs, will deliver a seminar on
how to build a research profile using social media, and how to avoid social media #FAILs. All researchers, supervisors and academic support staff are encouraged to attend:
When: Friday 21st November 2014
Venue: AGSE207
Time: 2:00pm – 3:30pm with tea/coffee provided
More information is available on the Swinburne Research website.
Altmetric Launch Seminar (website)
Swinburne Research has recently adopted the online platform Altmetric for Institutions to help us track,
monitor, and report on the social media attention generated by research published by our academics.
We are launching our subscription to Altmetric with a seminar on 26 November. A representative from Altmetric
will give an overview of the system and a short tutorial on how to use its core features.
The seminar will run from 2.00 - 3.00pm in AMDC 912/913.
If you would like to come along, please register your interest in attending.
Department of Industry - Industry Growth Centres Initiative Consultation Sessions (website)
The Department of Industry is holding two Industry Growth Centres Initiative consultation session webinars:
Friday 28 November: 12.00 - 2.00pm
Thursday 4 December: 12.00 - 2.00pm
If interested in attending one of the webinars, please register your interest with the Department.
The Industry Growth Centres Initiative is the centrepiece of the Government’s new industry policy direction and
part of the Industry Innovation and Competitiveness Agenda.
The Initiative will initially focus on five growth sectors in which Australia already has a competitive advantage:
Food and Agribusiness
Mining Equipment, Technology, and Services
Medical Technologies and Pharmaceuticals
Advanced Manufacturing
Oil, Gas, and Energy Resources
EU Horizon 2020 Information Session (website)
An information session is being held on Thursday 4 December 2014 to discuss opportunities for collaboration
with the European Union under the EU Horizon 2020 program with representatives of the Directorate General
for Research and Innovation from the European Commission in Brussels.
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The strategic benefits to Australian researchers of being engaged in Horizon 2020 will be discussed as will the
practicalities of participation using examples of past collaborations and joint research investment.
The session will run from 9.00 - 11.45am at the University of Melbourne.
Registration is essential.
Australian-German Research Collaboration Forum Information Session (website)
The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the German Embassy, and the University of Melbourne
EU Centre on Shared Complex Challenges are running a forum on Monday 8 December from 2.00 - 5.00pm
outlining:
Germany's multifaceted research landscape
Opportunities for Australian research collaboration with German universities and research organisations
Practical information on German funding for joint research projects and fellowships for early career and
senior researchers
Presenters include representatives from:
German Federal Ministry of Education and Research
Research organisations – Fraunhofer Society and Helmholtz Association
Research funding organisations – German Research Foundation, German Academic Exchange Service,
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Registration is essential.
Research Bazaar Conference (website)
The Research Bazaar (ResBaz) is a free three day (February 16 - 18 2015) conference aiming to kick-start a
training programme in Australia assuring the next generation of researchers are equipped with the digital skills
and tools to make their research better!
The event will blend the best of both academic and social graduate life and will be held at the University of
Melbourne.
First round registration closes 30 November.
More information, including registration details, is available online.
Australia-China Science and Research Fund (ACSRF) - Joint Research Centres (JRCs) (website)
New Joint Research Centres (JRCs) will be supported under the extension of the Australia-China Science and
Research Fund (ACSRF).
The call for applications to the next round of JRCs is expected to occur in the first quarter of 2015.
With the renewal of the ACSRF, JRCs will be required to include a Chinese partner as well as an Australian
industry partner to maximise application and commercialisation of research outcomes.
High Commission of Canada Research Funding Presentation
The Academic Relations Assistant from the Canadian High Commission recently gave a presentation at the
University of Melbourne on research funding opportunities in Canada.
Canada’s three major federal research councils fund projects aimed at international collaboration.
Foreign nationals are eligible to be principal applicants, and under certain circumstances, money is able to be
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transferred to Australia.
Slides from the presentation are available - please contact Sally Fried ( [email protected] / ext. 8145 ) to
obtain a copy.
Research Library News
New to Swinburne Commons: PhysCasts
First came the popular MathsCasts and StatsCasts series.
Now the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology has introduced PhysCasts.
PhysCasts are narrated screen video recordings explaining physics concepts and their application to problemsolving. The series is part of an ongoing collaborative research project to develop high quality resources and
investigate the effectiveness of screencasts to support learning.
Contributors include Emily Cook, Brenton Hall, Wayne Rowlands and Tom Edwards.
PhysCasts are open access, made available under a Creative Commons licence.
Find them in Swinburne Commons, YouTube, iTunes U and Swinburne Library search.
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Ethics & Biosafety
New Ethics & Biosafety Announcements
SHESC and SUHREC Appraisal Deadlines - For current deadlines please visit the Swinburne
Research ethics website.
Human Ethics Application Deadlines (website)
The next deadline for applications for SHESC review is Monday 24 November.
The next deadline for applications for SUHREC review is Friday 28 November.
Lay Member Vacancy - SUHREC (website)
Expressions of interest are invited for lay membership of the Swinburne University Human Research Ethics
Committee (SUHREC). Further details are available online.
Cell Lines: Do You Need SBC Approval for Working with Cell Lines? (website)
Cell lines (or subclones) in themselves do not necessarily present a risk. However, some cell lines contain
pathogenic organisms. Therefore, for every cell line that is manipulated in a laboratory, at a minimum you need
to make a detailed risk assessment in order to ensure that appropriate precautions and practices are followed. Please consider some of the following: 1. Do you know the source of the cell line?
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mammalian primate*
mammalian non primate avian
invertebrate
2. What is the type of cell line? primary cell* continuous intensively characterised
3. Where did the cell line come from? Has it been authenticated and have a Certificate of Analysis (CoA)?
found in the freezer (i.e. unknown source)*
another institution with no CoA*
another institution that has a CoA Commercial culture bank (e.g. ATCC, CelBank Australia) If you have answered ‘Yes’ to any option with the asterix(*), then you will need to seek SBC approval.
For the next steps, please see the website.
Membership Call for Subcommittees of Swinburne's Human Research Ethics Committee (SUHREC)
Expressions of interest are invited from Swinburne academic staff to serve as members on Subcommittees
(SHESCs) of Swinburne's Human Research Ethics Committee (SUHREC). Membership can be sought and/or
offered as either regular or alternate/additional appointments. A regular Subcommittee meets 6-9 times per
annum depending on the number of ethics clearance applications received.
Current membership comprises academic members from diverse disciplines and backgrounds including the
following academic/research areas: qualitative research; behavioural sciences, preferably psychology; and
business/management disciplines, etc.
Confidential expressions of interest should include a short CV and explanation relevant to the brief duties of
membership statement. The membership statement is available from the Research Ethics Officer. As these
positions carry significant responsibility and commitment, applications should include the support of their Dean
or equivalent.
Applications should be sent c/- Research Ethics Officer, Swinburne Research (H68) or to
[email protected] as soon as practicable, preferably no later than Friday 28 November 2014.
Subcommittee appointments are made by SUHREC.
Enquiries on research ethics administration can be directed to Dr Astrid Nordmann, Research Ethics Officer on
ext 3845.
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Swinburne Research Student News
2014 Trans-Tasman 3MT - Three Minute Thesis Competition - Final - University of Western Australia
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What is 3MT?
Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is a research communication competition developed by The University of
Queensland (UQ). Doctor of Philosophy students have three minutes to present a compelling oration on their
thesis and its significance. The first 3MT was held at The University of Queensland in 2008 with 160 RHD
students competing. Enthusiasm for the 3MT concept grew and its widespread implementation by universities
has led to the development of an international competition.
Trans-Tasman 3MT Final
The Trans-Tasman 3MT – Three Minute Thesis Competition final was held on Thursday 3 November at the
University of Western Australia in Perth. This year Swinburne’s grand finalist, Javeria Jalal from the Faculty of
Science, Engineering & Technology, gave a fantastic presentation along with 48 doctoral finalists from
Universities in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong.
The winner of the Trans-Tasman Final was Sarah Marley from Curtin University and her talk was “Say what?
Coastal dolphins and noisy environments.” The Runner up and also Peoples’ Choice award, was Rosanna
Stevens from the ANU with her talk “Now you see it”. The 3MT story and competition was filmed by the ABC’s program, Lateline and is scheduled to air on
Wednesday 19 November. Once the story has gone to air, the Swinburne Research training website will be
updated with links to the story here: http://www.research.swinburne.edu.au/research-students/training/.
Swinburne University Finals
The 2014 University Final for the 3MT Competition was held on Tuesday 22 July in the ATC Auditorium,
Hawthorn Campus.
Three finalists from each Faculty and one Finalist from the Sarawak Campus competed for the first time with a
total of 10 competing – two guests presented from the Sarawak Campus. Approximately 100 staff & students
participated in the voting for the People’s Choice Award.
Judges: Prof Leon Sterling, PVC Digital Frontiers; Mr Tom Hyland, Director of Communications, Ms Jane Ward,
Director, Collaboration & Partnerships
University Finalists
Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
Winner: Javeria Jalal –Ultrasound is skimming cream/milk fat from milk
Runner Up: Sahar Sohrabi – Preventing burn-outs in the cloud
People’s Choice: Emma Carland – Optical Fibre Tumour Detection Sensor
Faculty Finalists
Faculty of Health, Arts & Design
Winner: Christina Ting – Ecological footprint and China-born migrants in Australia
Runner Up: Eugen Bacon – Writing Different
People’s Choice: Sanjib Goswami – Challenges to Social Cohesion in India’s Northeast: Towards a new
paradigm
Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
Winner: Javeria Jalal - Ultrasound is skimming cream/milk fat from milk
Runner Up: Sahar Sohrabi - Preventing burn-outs in the cloud
People’s Choice: Emma Carland - Optical Fibre Tumour Detection Sensor
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Faculty of Business & Enterprise
Winner: Stephanie Cadeddu – Frugal solutions for low-income and rural people
Runner Up: Till Klein – The role of proximity for innovation in the Australian medical device industry
People’s Choice: Nusrat Sharmin – Switching behaviour in the Australian consumer banking sector: influcence of
the new banking reforms
Sarawak Campus
Finalist: LinShen Liew – Indoor Positioning system (IPS): Never get lost again
Guest: Mohammud Irfaan Peerun – Tunnelling Works in Malaysia
Guest: Soh Brendard Nji – Inter-user interference in body area networks
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ARC, NHMRC & Other Major Initiatives
Search the full list of current opportunities in the funding opportunities database
Fund Name
Fund Type Closing Date Details *external closing date
Ian Potter Foundation - Expressions of Interest
Ian Potter Foundation - Medical Research
Expressions of Interest
ARC, NHMRC 11 December
or Major
2014
Initiative
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ARC, NHMRC
or Major
Initiative
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4 February
2015
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Grants
Swinburne Research has specific procedures that relate to the review and submission of research grant
applications. Please visit the Swinburne Research website for more information.
Generally, research income other than donations and income from schemes listed on the Australian
Competitive Grants Register will incur a levy. Please refer to the 'Divisional Overhead Recovery' policy for
more information on this levy, including the definition of 'donation' in this context and further instances of
levy-applicable/levy-exempt funding.
Please note that Research funds are assessed for inclusion in the annual HERDC research data collection
only where funds are lodged in a research account opened by Swinburne Research as part of the funds
acceptance process.
All new funding applications submitted to Swinburne Research must be accompanied by an Application
Coversheet. Please visit the Swinburne Research website to download the Coversheet.
Search the full list of current opportunities in the funding opportunities database
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Fund Type Closing Date Details *external closing date
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New South Wales Department of Primary
Industries (DPI) - Recreational Fishing Trusts
Grants
1 December
2014
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National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Pilot
Research Grants
Grants
18 December
2014
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Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International
Scholarly Exchange - Conference and Seminar
Grants
Grants
7 January
2015
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Grants
15 January
2015
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Garnett Passe and Rodney Williams Memorial
Foundation - Grant-in-Aid (Supplementation)
Grants
20 January
2015
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Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art Research Support Grants
Grants
21 January
2015
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National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Research
Grants
Grants
27 January
2015
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Fritz Thyssen Foundation - Conference Grants
Grants
30 January
2015
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Found Animals Foundation – Michelson Grants
in Reproductive Biology Letters of Intent
Grants
Ongoing
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Grants
Ongoing
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Grants
Ongoing
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Transurban - Community Grants
Transurban - Innovation Grants
Japan Foundation - Japanese Studies Mini
Grants
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Fellowships
Search the full list of current opportunities in the funding opportunities database
Fund Name
Fund Type Closing Date Details *external closing date
Parkinson's Disease Foundation (PDF) - Postdoctoral Fellowships for Basic Scientists Letters of
Intent
Fellowships
21 November
2014
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Brown University: John Carter Brown Library Short-Term Fellowships
Fellowships
1 December
2014 *
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Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship (SARF)
Fellowships
1 December
2014 *
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Smithsonian Institution Fellowship Program
Fellowships
1 December
2014 *
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Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler
Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution - Anne van
Biema Fellowship
Fellowships
15 December
2014 *
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Lalor Foundation - Post-doctoral Fellowships
Fellowships
7 January
2015
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Durham University - Policy and Enterprise
Fellowships
Fellowships
9 January
2015 *
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Durham University - Durham International
Senior Fellowships
Fellowships
9 January
2015 *
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Brown University: John Carter Brown Library Interdisciplinary Cluster Fellows (ICFs)
Fellowships
15 January
2015 *
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Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI)
- Short-Term Fellowships
Fellowships
15 January
2015 *
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Smithsonian Libraries - Margaret Henry Dabney Fellowships
Penick Resident Scholar Program
15 January
2015 *
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Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Verville Fellowship
Fellowships
15 January
2015 *
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Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art Senior Fellowships Grants
Fellowships
21 January
2015
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Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art Rome Fellowship
Fellowships
21 January
2015
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Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art Mid-Career Fellowships
Fellowships
21 January
2015
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Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art Post-doctoral Fellowships
Fellowships
21 January
2015
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Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art Junior Fellowships
Fellowships
21 January
2015
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Boston College - African & African Diaspora
Studies Dissertation Fellowship
Fellowships
31 January
2015 *
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Comparative Media Studies/Writing (CMS/W) Visiting Fellowships
Scholars
Ongoing *
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Center for Jewish History - Visiting Scholar
Program
Fellowships
Ongoing *
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European Molecular Biology Organization
(EMBO) - Short-Term Fellowships
Fellowships
Ongoing *
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Travel
Search the full list of current opportunities in the funding opportunities database
Fund Name
Fund Type Closing Date Details *external closing date
Campus Travel - Travel Grant
Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) - Del
Jones Memorial Travel Award
Royal Aeronautical Society - Aerospace
Travel
30 November
2014 *
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Travel
15 January
2015 *
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29 January
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Speakers Travel Grants (AeSTG)
Houghton Trust - International Travel and
Subsistence Grants
Travel
Travel
2015
5 February
2015
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Scholarships
Search the full list of current opportunities in the funding opportunities database
Fund Name
Fund Type Closing Date Details *external closing date
French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and
International Development - Eiffel Scholarships
Scholarships
9 January
2015 *
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Palliative Care Research Network Victoria
(PCRNV) - Research Masters or PhD Scholarship
Scholarships
21 January
2015
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Great Artesian Basin Coordinating Committee
(GABCC) - PhD Top-up Scholarships
Scholarships
Ongoing
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Prizes & Awards
Search the full list of current opportunities in the funding opportunities database
Fund Name
Fund Type Closing Date Details *external closing date
Borlaug Global Rust Initiative (BGRI) - Gene
Stewardship Award
Prizes and
Awards
15 January
2015 *
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History Council of New South Wales - Max Kelly
Medal
Prizes and
Awards
31 January
2015 *
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Society for Histochemistry - Robert Feulgen
Prizes and
Awards
31 January
2015 *
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Geneva Association - Ernst-Meyer Prize
Prizes and
Awards
31 January
2015 *
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Lasker Foundation - Awards
Prizes and
Awards
2 February
2015 *
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Prizes and
Awards
Ongoing *
More
Prize
Gender Identity Research and Education
Society (GIRES) - Recognition of Gender Identity
and Intersex Research Award
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Other Funding Resources
Websites
Previous issues of The Research Bulletin
Research Professional a comprehensive funding opportunities database, with all funding opportunities
eligibility verified for Australian researchers.
Grants.gov
Philanthropy Australia
Victorian Government Tender Site databases
JASON (Joint Academic Scholarships On-line Network)
Swinburne Business and Industry
Publications held in the Swinburne library to assist researchers in
the grant application process
The below links will take you to a list of library resources that have relevance to the following key words:
Grant Funding
Philanthropy Australia
Research Grants
Philanthropy Grants
Proposal Writing
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