Funding is available to support development and commercialisation of cutting-edge new medical devices to address unmet clinical needs.
Funding is available to support organisations in the disability and aged care sectors in their transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Round 2 now open and close 8 November 2019.
Funding is available to help small Australian food and grocery producers, farmers and manufacturers to innovate and grow their business. A new round of funding is expected to open in early 2020.
Funding is available to support meritorious therapeutic development projects that specifically relate to drug discovery through screening of small molecule libraries against drug targets.
Cellmid received $840,000 for the research and development expenditure incurred by the company in relation to its midkine and FGF5 inhibitor programs.
Delta Electronics received $210,000 to help further test and fine tune these next generation electric vehicle charging systems, which also include battery storage, in real-world applications.
Funding is available to undertake feasibility studies into more reliable, secure and cost effective energy supply for regional and remote communities in Australia.
Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity (A2EP) received $460,500 to help businesses make the switch to renewables.
Funding is available to improve local community participation and contribute to vibrant and viable communities. Applications extended until 17 October 2019.
Up to $50,000 is available to support and contribute to LGBTI events in Victoria.
9 projects received a total of $1.6M to test and develop new markets for recovered materials in Victoria.
Australian Government is investing $8 million in world-class clinical trials focusing on conditions affecting the heart, preterm baby lungs, the brain, infection control and dementia.
Funding is available to support agricultural communities and enhance the promotion of livestock and agricultural activities.
Funding is available to support local community-based road safety programs and projects targeting local road safety issues. Round 2 closes 30 October 2019.
Funding is available to keep Indigenous heritage values of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park strong, safe and healthy.
Funding is available to support the running of an agricultural show on regional showgrounds.
Funding is available to help businesses enter Asian markets, develop Asia business capability and create jobs.
The Morrison Government will review the Export Market Development Grants scheme as part of its commitment to continue growing the number of Australian exporters and the total value of Australian exports.
Funding is available to support locally relevant stewardship projects which provide accessible opportunities for the community to contribute to caring for the Reef.
Xtek received $1M funding to establish production facilities for XTclave to make combat armour.