Funding opportunities and grants provided by CBA
The CBA Ignition Grant program aims to 'ignite' novel collaborative research and develop new capabilities across the ANU, CSIRO and University of Canberra.
We are looking for:
High impact syntheses and reviews of existing data or concepts; and/or
Collaborative grant proposals; and/or
Policy/management outcomes via knowledge exchange between biodiversity scientists and policy makers/managers.
CBA Synthesis Groups (SG) will need to:
Diversity Arrays Technology (DArT) is a global leader in DNA sequencing, genome profiling and biological data management. They work with thousands of organisms/species of plants, animals and microbes providing services to thousands of customers from around 70 countries.
Founded in 2001, Diversity Arrays Technology Pty Ltd (DArT) is internationally recognised for its pioneering work in affordable genome profiling in the agricultural and ecological sectors.
Who are DArT looking for?
DArT is looking for PhD students to undertake a fully-funded internship to help them develop new and exciting products and services in DArT’s areas of operation. DArT would particularly like to hear from students with backgrounds in:
The CBA can help facilitate ANU and UC students spending time in CSIRO labs, providing valuable exposure to CSIRO scientists and research. Co-supervised honours projects also afford an excellent opportunity to develop collaborative linkages between CSIRO staff and university researchers.
The CBA may provide up to $15,000 for operational expenses and stipends for a honours student enrolled at ANU or University of Canberra with a CSIRO co-supervisor.
One of the major objectives of the CBA is to build capacity through training of postdoctoral and postgraduate researchers.
So we want to hear from you!
The CBA welcomes input from Early Career Researchers and PhD students regarding the types of training activities you need to address your specific research requirements and interests.
The aim of this funding is to enhance collaboration and training opportunities by supporting external researchers to visit ANU, CSIRO and/or the University of Canberra.
Proposed visitors should be nominated by a lab leader(s)/research groups from at least one (or preferably more) CBA partner institutions, ie. ANU, CSIRO, UC, and plan to collaborate with researchers from these institution(s) during their time in Canberra (or other CSIRO sites).