Funding Opportunity: Cooperative Research Centre Project (CRC-Ps) now open

Published in the Research School of Physics Event Horizon
Vol43 Issue27 24–28 July 2017

Funding Opportunity: Cooperative Research Centre Project (CRC-Ps) now open

The call for applications to the Cooperative Research Centre Project (CRC-Ps) are now open.

The Programme is open to all industry sectors and research disciplines and funding is available to organisations from all industry, research and community sectors.

CRC-P grants support short term industry-led collaborations between industry, researchers and the community to develop important new technologies, products and services. Up to $3 million over three years is available for each CRC-P. The CRC-P collaboration must at least match the amount of grant funding sought through cash and/or in-kind contributions. In-kind contribution means non-cash resources provided by a participant to conduct the activities of the CRC. They may be staff or non-staff resources.

CRC-Ps aim to:

improve the competitiveness, productivity and sustainability of Australian industries, especially where Australia has a competitive strength solve industry problems and deliver tangible outcomes. deliver outcomes in line with government priorities encourage and enable small and medium enterprise (SME) participation in collaborative research foster high quality research to help solve industry specific problems through collaborative research partnerships between industry entities and research organisations.

Further information can be found on the website and attached are the CRC-P Guidelines, FAQs and a sample application form. Applications close on 29 August 2017 5:00 pm (AEST).

 

For information please contact:

Nathan Crabe
Senior Research Management Officer
Science Administration – Jaeger Hub
Room 2.02 Jaeger 8 Building (Blg 142 – Research School of Earth Sciences)

Phone: +61 2 6125 0553 (x50553)
Email: Nathan.Crabe@anu.edu.au | science.jaeger.rm@anu.edu.au

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