Royal Society of South Australia: Small Research Grants Scheme 2019

The aim of this scheme is to promote high quality natural history research that is unlikely to be funded through larger nationally competitive schemes.

In 2019 the Royal Society will be awarding small grants for research work in the following fields: ecology, botany, zoology, geology, geomorphology, palaeontology, geophysics, anthropology, biophysics, soil science, environmental science, environmental remediation, and archeology.

Funding & Duration

Applicants may apply for up to $2,500.


The Primary Applicant must be a member of the RSSA for 2019 (other named applicants do not have to be members). If the applicant is a student member of the RSSA, one of their supervisors must also be a member of the RSSA.

Research with direct commercial application will not be supported.

Please refer to the Application Form / Funding Rules [Word doc] for details

Submission Requirements & Due Date

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