BridgeTech Program — EOIs close 1 June 2018

The BridgeTech Program specialises in the commercialisation of medical technology, including medical devices and diagnostics. The 2018 offering of the BridgeTech Program is now open and Expressions of Interest are being accepted. The program will select 100 participants from across Australia to take part in face-to-face and online training in the scientific, legal, financial, clinical, regulatory and … Read more “BridgeTech Program — EOIs close 1 June 2018”

ANFF-Q clients awarded $4.4 million in Human Frontier Science Program Grants

Three of the four Australian university scientists to win 2018 Program Grants from the Human Frontier Science Program are ANFF-Q clients. Their international collaborative projects have been awarded more than $US3.4m ($A4.4m) from the highly competitive global program. AIBN researcher, Associate Professor Vickers is part of an international team studying how enzymes work inside living cells. “Thanks … Read more “ANFF-Q clients awarded $4.4 million in Human Frontier Science Program Grants”

Falling Walls Venture — applications now open!

Are you a scientist-entrepreneur with an outstanding start-up company based on scientific research? Or a university or research institution looking to showcase your most promising academic spin-off? We got the perfect stage for you! Falling Walls Venture is a global platform for the next generation of outstanding science based start-ups. We are giving a stage … Read more “Falling Walls Venture — applications now open!”

Advance Queensland Ignite Ideas Fund now OPEN!

The Ignite Ideas fund provides grants of up to $250,000 to support startups and small to medium Queensland businesses to commercialise market ready innovative ideas. Round 4 is now open and accepting applications until 2pm on Wednesday 9 May 2018. Get professional help in preparing your application through Innovate Queensland’s webinar: Ignite Ideas Fund – Round 4. … Read more “Advance Queensland Ignite Ideas Fund now OPEN!”

$1,000 ANFF short-term visit grants from ANN

Postgraduate students and early career researchers can apply to the Australian Nanotechnology Network for funding support – up to $1,000.00 – for travel and accommodation expenses associated with ANFF Short Term Visits. The Australian Nanotechnology Network (ANN) is dedicated to substantially enhancing Australia’s research outcomes in nanotechnology by bringing together key groups working in this area to … Read more “$1,000 ANFF short-term visit grants from ANN”