The ARC’s Discovery Projects scheme provides grant funding to support research projects that may be undertaken by individual researchers or research teams.
The Discovery Projects scheme objectives are to:
The intended outcomes of the Discovery Projects scheme are:
Grants from the ARC are made to organisations and provides project funding of between $30,000 and $500,000 per year for up to five consecutive years.
CBNS researchers were well represented in the latest rounds of Discovery grants with 7 grants across 14 members.
|CBNS Member||Project||Organisation||ID number|
|CI Professor Chris Porter||Developing new tools for chemical biology||Monash||DP200100796|
|CI Professor Matthew Kearnes||Designing illicit drug policy solutions: the role of participation||UNSW||DP200100909|
|CI Dr Angus Johnston, Dr Nicholas Veldhuis, Dr Daniel Poole||Caveospheres: A versatile peptide delivery system.||Monash||DP200100475|
|Dr Michael Whittaker||Antibacterial Material Design via Mechanism-Based Mathematical Modelling.||Monash||DP200102829|
|Dr Thomas Hall, CI Professor Robert Parton||Making muscle: molecular dissection of membrane domain formation.||UQ||DP200102559|
|Director Professor Thomas Davis; Dr Nghia Truong Phuoc; CI Professor Stephen Kent; Dr Athina Anastasaki||Bespoke nanomaterials for understanding nano-bio interactions under flow.||Monash||DP200100231|
|Deputy-Director Professor Frank Caruso; Dr John Quinn||Macromolecular Engineering of Functional Metal–Ligand Materials.||UoM||DP200100713|