Up to $100,000 is available to support South Australian scientific and technological research.
The International Research Grants program acknowledges that international collaboration builds capacity, facilitates access to new knowledge and expertise, attracts foreign capital, and grows South Australia’s research reputation globally.
The intent of the International Research Grants is twofold: to support and facilitate South Australian scientific and technological research being conducted with an international partner and; second, to target research activities with outputs that directly relate to the State’s seven priority areas and are of strategic benefit to South Australia.
The objectives of the International Research Grants are to:
- Seek solutions for complex and significant problems of direct relevance to South Australia,
- Support existing or facilitate new collaborative, leading-edge research activities between South Australian and international research organisations in areas of strategic importance to the State,
- Facilitate access for local researchers to the global research and development system, including providing opportunities for the next generation of researchers,
- Develop new and increase existing research capabilities and capacity within South Australia, and
- Improve South Australia’s research performance as evidenced by successful leveraging of Commonwealth, industry or other competitive research funding.
Funding, to a maximum of $100,000 per year, will be available to facilitate and support the research work of the collaboration.
Funding Applications under the International Research Grant will be accepted from South Australian based public or private research,
educational, or other organisations (including universities, research institutes, and Commonwealth research organisations).
The organisation which submits the Proposal will be the Administering Organisation.
Have at least one existing or proposed international collaborative partner. This partner can be a public or private research organisation or institute, university or business with significant research and development capacity.
Applications for the International Research Grants close 14 January 2013.
Writing a good quality grant application is a critical element in the application process. An application needs to be well thought through, written concisely, have clear objectives and purpose, and show clear links to the objectives of the grant guidelines.
The grant application must answer all questions, provide all required information and respond to the merit criteria. It should also reflect your organisation’s business strategy.
Writing a good application takes time and effort, and requires particular writing skills.
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- Demonstrating the identified need;
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- Complete the Project Plan and Budget Projections;
- Identify Outcomes that are measurable;
- Detail the applicant organisation’s experience or expertise in undertaking the project/s;
- Calculating the value for money; and
- Demonstrating capacity to deliver quality outcomes