Inspiring Research

August 2015

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NEWS FROM THE RSO

ORCID PILOT PROJECT AT FLINDERS
A four week pilot project to implement ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is being undertaken at Flinders by the Research Services Office and the Library, with the support of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research).

 

RESEARCH NEWS AND SUCCESSES

FLINDERS EXCELS AT SA SCIENCE EXCELLENCE AWARDS
Flinders dominated at the SA Science Excellence Awards ceremony held at the Adelaide Convention Centre on 13 August 2015.

UNSUNG HEROES OF SCIENCE AT FLINDERS
Each year during National Science Week the Unsung Hero Awards are named. The Awards aim to recognise quiet achievers who have not previously been recognised for their work.

AUSTRALIA’S SOARING $3BN HANGOVER BILL
Flinders University’s National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction have published a paper today showing the soaring coast of hangovers to the economy.

HONOURS FOR FLINDERS RESEARCHER
Professor Pam Sykes, Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer, has been appointed by the Assistant Minister for Health, Fiona Nash, as a Member of the Radiation Health and Safety Advisory Council.

NEW BOOK: CRIME AND AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
A new book Crime and Autism Spectrum Disorder: Myths and Mechanisms from Professor Neil Brewer and Associate Professor Robyn Young, School of Psychology has been published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

FARM ECOSYSTEMS IN GLOBAL SUMMIT
A United Nations initiative to share scientific knowledge on agriculture and the environment provided Dr Harpinder Sandhu, from Flinders’ School of the Environment, the opportunity to speak in Rome in early August.

SCIENCE WEEK AT FLINDERS
It powers our homes, dictates when and how well we sleep – and can even be harnessed to map the environment around us. However you look at it, there’s just no making light of light.

 

NEW OPPORTUNITIES

AUSTRALIA-INDIA STRATEGIC RESEARCH FUND
The Australia-India Strategic Research Fund has recently opened for applications with a closing date of 15 October 2015.

ARC AND NHMRC EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR 2017
To support researchers in the planning of timely and quality NHMRC and ARC 2017 Grant applications, the RSO request that intending applicants to ARC and NHMRC grant rounds for funding in 2017 provide an Expression of Interest (EOI), outlining the summary details of their proposed application/s.

 

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