Monthly Archives: January 2019
CSIRO Synthetic Biology Future Science Platform (SynBioFSP): Fellowships Scheme – Call for Applications
CSIRO’s Synthetic Biology Future Science Platform (SynBio FSP) is pleased to announce the opening of the third round of CSIRO Synthetic Biology Future Science Fellowships. The scheme aims to attract outstanding national and international early- to mid-career postdoctoral researchers (equivalent to Australian Academic Levels A and B, or in exceptional circumstances, Level C) to expand […]
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Negotiation Course for Research Engagement
New 2 day course for the University of Adelaide’s academic and professional staff Executive Education has worked with Adelaide Enterprise to design a brand new course aimed at the needs of the University’s researchers and supporting professional staff. It aims to upskill those involved in developing research partnerships and negotiating industry engagements, in the key […]
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ARC Final Reports now available in RMS
The next round of ARC Final Reports are now available in RMS (DP17, DE17, LP17, FL14, FT15, IC15, IH14, IN17, LE18 and CE14). Instructions on how to navigate and complete Final Reports in RMS can be found in the Instructions available on the ARC website. Applicants should note that carry forward requests may effect project […]
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NHMRC participation in the next e-ASIA call for research
Applications for the NHMRC e-ASIA Joint Research Project (JRP) Program Grants scheme for funding in 2019 will open in RGMS on Friday 18 January 2019. Information about eligible topics A workshop for researchers to assist in developing collaborative research proposals for submission to the e-ASIA JRP health call is scheduled on 4-5 March 2019 in […]
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ORCiD HDR Competition Outcome
Your ORCiD (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is the digital identifier which distinguishes you from every other researcher and helps people to find your work. Entrants in the 2018 ORCiD competition (and their supervisors) created and registered an ORCiD with the University of Adelaide. Congratulations to the winners, who were randomly selected by Professor Mike […]
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Applying for ARC funding? Introducing the National Interest Test.
On 27 November 2018, Minister for Education Dan Tehan announced the new National Interest Test (NIT). Under the new National Interest Test (NIT), only those applications that meet the NIT definition and score highly in the competitive grants process will be recommended to the Minister for funding. Applicants must describe (1,125 characters maximum, approximately 150 […]
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Writing your ARC grant application? Importing your publications to RMS.
In order to present research outputs in an ARC application, researchers are now required to list the outputs within their user RMS (Research Management System) Person Profile. This can be done through uploading a BibTeX file, linking an ORCID account, adding in the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) or manually creating them in RMS. Once the […]
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ARC Linkage Infrastructure Equipment and Facilities (LIEF) Applications for Funding Commencing in 2020
The LIEF scheme provides funding for research infrastructure, equipment and facilities that can be shared between higher education organisations and also with industry. Important notices: Please read the University’s Information Sheet for LIEF Applications. As at 19 December 2018 – ARC Grant Guidelines for LIEF (LE20) (for applications to be submitted in 2019 for funding in […]
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Clarification on recent changes to the Research Grants, Contracts, and Consulting Policy
Recent changes to the Research Grants, Contracts & Consulting Policy have brought about numerous enquiries by academic and professional staff alike. Clarification on the four key changes to the policy and their implications in the financial set up of contract research and consultancy projects is outlined below. If you have further questions please don’t hesitate […]
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