Research Development and Support
College of Science and Engineering Internal Grants/Schemes
- RHD Student International Travel Grant
- Start-up Funding
- Major Equipment
- Outside Studies Program
- Overseas Conference Scheme
- Visiting Researchers' Funding
- Visiting Research Student Scheme
- RHD Forms and Guidelines
Science and Engineering External Grants
Flinders University has a subscription to Research Professional. Research Professional is a database which can be used to search for funding opportunities in specific discipline or areas of interest. The College has a home page in Research Professional and a number of specific bookmarks have been set up which can also be used to find grant opportunities. To login please go to OKTA.
The Australian Academy of Science invites applications from Australian early career researchers for the France-Australia Science Innovation Collaboration Program Early Career Fellowships.
The FASIC program is a joint fund to support high calibre Australian and French early career researchers (ECRs) nominated by their institutions, to expand research and innovation activities and to initiate substantial research networks and linkages to support both countries' research and innovation priorities.
The Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education Prime Minister's Prizes for Science are offered to Australian citizens or those who hold permanent residence status in Australia.
These prizes are a key element of the Inspiring Australia national initiative to recognise and reward the achievements and successes of Australians in the sciences.
The Young Tall Poppy Science Award recognised excellence in South Australian early career research across the entire STEM sector - Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics - alongside a passion and capacity to communicate science to the community.
The awards are open to nominees's working in all fields of science, including biomedical, engineering, mathematics, technology and other applied or cross disciplanary sciences.
CRCs are formed through partnerships between publicly funded researchers and end users - private, public or community sectors that can deploy research outcomes.