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    Australian Biological Resources Study (ABRS) National Taxonomy Research Grant Programme: Research Grants

    The Research Grants stream provides support to Postdoctoral Fellows and established career researchers to undertake research relevant to the taxonomy and systematics of the Australian biota. Research and Postdoctoral Fellowship grants are available

    Due date: 2 November 2017

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    Safari Club International Foundation: Large Grant Program 2017

    The Foundation’s Large Grants are awarded to projects with strong potential to contribute to the sustainable management of natural resources or the advance of constructive wildlife research.

    Research topics may include:

    • population surveys;
    • monitoring projects and species inventories;
    • species habitat associations, habitat quality and habitat modelling;
    • behaviour and ecology of a species;
    • development and testing of techniques;
    • studies of hunters and their interactions with wildlife and with each other; and,
    • genetics, diseases, and parasites.

    Due date: 31 October 2017

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    Nature Foundation of SA Research Grants

    Nature Foundation SA is a non-profit organisation that raises funds to conserve and sustain South Australia’s natural biodiversity. Since its inception, the charity has raised many millions of dollars for on-ground projects, land conservation, education programs and research

    Due date: 27 October 2017

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    Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES): 2018 Science and Innovation Awards

    Science and Innovation Awards encourage young scientists, researchers and innovators with original projects that will contribute to the ongoing success and sustainability of Australia’s agricultural, fisheries and forestry industries. Applications are open to young people between 18 and 35 years of age, who are working, employed or studying in agriculture, fisheries or forestry related industries.

    Due date: 13 October

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    Premier’s Research and Industry Fund (PRIF) Research Consortia Program

    The Department of State Development (DSD) Research Consortia Program will provide funding for significant research collaborations between universities, other research organisations, government and industry to tackle major challenges in areas of critical need and/or strategic importance to South Australia within the State’s Ten Economic Priority areas.

    Priority will be given in this round to research consortia that develop a specific research challenge that falls within one or more of the following broad research priority areas:

    • Energy
    • Water
    • Agriculture (including food and wine).

    Due date: 14 November 2017

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