Australia-India Strategic Research Fund

Published in the Research School of Physics Event Horizon
Vol46 Issue26 5–9 July 2021

Applications must have a primary Indian partner who has submitted, or is in the process of submitting, a corresponding application to India’s Department of Science and Technology or Department of Biotechnology.

The eight priority areas for Round 14 of AISRF are:

Indo-Australian Science & Technology Fund (administered by DST in India) 

  • Quantum technologies
  • Earth observation remote sensing
  • Groundwater resources management
  • Downstream processing, recycling and tailings reclamation of critical minerals.  

Indo-Australian Biotechnology Fund (administered by DBT in India)

  • COVID-19 long-term health impacts
  • Infection prevention and control
  • Digital health and telemedicine
  • Biomaterials (including bioplastics). 

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