Register for Regional Collaborations Programme COVID-19 Digital Grants

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the Australian Embassy, Bangkok, has offer “Collaborations Programme COVID-19 Digital Grants” for Thai researcher. The grants support work on projects that utilize digital methods of collaboration to address a shared regional challenge related to the COVID-19 pandemic response and recovery.

Eligible project applications must:

  • be led by an Australian researcher
  • include one or more partners from a regional economy on the Asia–Pacific region list, in addition to Australia as the lead project partner (Thailand is included)
  • utilise digital resources and tools to work collaboratively to address a regional challenge of significance to Australia, that either directly, or indirectly, contributes to the COVID-19 pandemic response and recovery
  • commence activities after grant recipients are announced and conclude by 31 January 2022.

Applications are to be submitted online by Monday, December 14, and involve completing a project proposal summary templateproject budget template, referee report (see information for referees), and a supporting letter from partner organisation(s) (read a sample letter of support).

 

Further information on assessment criteria, eligible budget items, intellectual property and reporting requirements are available on the Australian Academy of Science’s website: https://www.science.org.au/supporting-science/awards-and-opportunities/regional-collaborations-programme-covid-19-digital-grants

 

 

Written by: Natakon Naowarojna

 

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