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The University Of Newcastle

www.newcastle.edu.au


The University Of Newcastle

ABN 15736576735
Other Names
Established 31 December 1964
Registered 03 December 2012
HPC/PBI
Size: Large
Responsible Persons 20
University Drive CALLAGHAN NSW 2308
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Number

Value

168

$148,180,951


Summary by Agency

PeriodNumberAgencyValue
17-18-19-2066AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH COUNCIL$63,607,689
16-17-19-2052NATIONAL HEALTH AND MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL$47,115,673
18-19-19-204DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH$27,969,808
18-19-18-192DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY$4,800,380
17-18-18-194DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING$1,774,209
17-18-19-2035DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND SCIENCE$1,630,154
17-18-17-181DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES$959,597
17-18-17-181DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER AND CABINET$282,000
18-19-18-192DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE$37,941
19-20-19-201DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, SKILLS, SMALL AND FAMILY BUSINESS$3,500

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Recipient Program Purpose Delivery Area Value
ARC Linkage Linkage Projects This project aims to improve sugar production and electricity cogeneration capabilities in the sugar industry by utilising novel control ideas for boiler units. In the sugar industry, sugarcane residue is used as biofuel for boiler units. Boilers use steam to crystallise sugar and generate electricity. However, variable steam demand and poor fuel consistency severely hinder production. The project aims to improve safe operation of boilers, reduce downtime, and maximise electricity generated to the grid. This will provide significant benefits to sugar manufacturing and, more broadly, biofuel energy generation in Australia. $240,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Early Career Researcher Award This project aims to identify biomarkers of stallion fertility and early pregnancy in thoroughbred and Standardbred horses using biochemistry, proteomics and ribonucleic acid analyses. Responding to industry calls for improved methods of detecting and managing infertility in both stallions and mares, this project will connect Australian horse breeders and international clinical experts with the world renowned reproductive Priority Research Centre with the intended outcome of novel reproductive technologies and diagnostic tests. This should both secure international competitiveness and significantly enhance profitability and employment in this culturally significant industry. $365,058
ARC Discovery Discovery Early Career Researcher Award This project aims to develop and test a contextual emotion regulation model, positing that effective regulation depends on how -who-, -when-, and -why- emotions are regulated. This project will combine naturalistic smartphone assessment with lab techniques to develop a generative and comprehensive theoretical model. Using this model, this project expects to reshape how emotion regulation is studied, and understand how emotion regulation shapes well-being. The findings will have implications for well-being, and provide a basis from which to develop community programs. $365,994
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to develop a new way of improving mineral flotation recovery of coarse particles. In mechanical cells, coarse particles can be detached due to high power input needed to suspend the solids. Fluidised beds provide a much gentler environment, but the flotation process cannot be optimally controlled because the bed conditions are determined by the incoming feed. This project will propose the addition of foreign particles that can be tuned to generate optimal conditions within the fluidised bed that maximise rate of capture of selected particles whilst minimising their tendency to detach. This new approach is expected to increase the size range of floatable particles resulting in a major reduction in grinding energy requirements. $488,418
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to determine how genetic manipulation of cell wall invertase (CWIN) activity could regulate pollen germination, elongation and fruit set under heat stress using tomato as a model. Plant reproductive processes are highly susceptible to heat stress, which often leads to pollination failure and fruit and seed abortion, hence irreversible yield loss. Research has established that CWIN-mediated sugar metabolism and signaling may play crucial roles in pollen growth and fruit set under heat stress. The intended outcome is the generation of critical knowledge that will advance understanding on reproductive development under heat stress, thereby providing significant benefits, such as novel ideas and solutions for improving crop yield. $412,121
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to investigate how people value time during decision making. Using an innovative combination of carefully designed experiments and state-of-the-art mathematical cognitive models, this project expects to generate new knowledge regarding how efficiently people allocate time when making decisions, the factors that allow people to perform optimally and those that lead to suboptimal performance. The anticipated outcome of the project is a new framework for understanding the optimality of human decision making. This outcome has the potential benefit of providing insight into decision mechanisms across a range of contexts, particularly ageing and models of applied decision making. $327,019
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to develop novel computational methods for predicting failure rates in geographically distributed pipeline networks affected by ground movements, one of the main triggers of bursts and leakages in buried pipe infrastructure. The project will be based on a blend of experimental work and development of simulation tools to quantify the coupled effects of pipe deterioration, poor backfilling and ground movements in aged and new pipelines. The results will feed towards the formulation of a framework for the large'scale stress analysis of segmented and continuous pipes, capable of using as input high-resolution geospatial observations and predictions of ground movements. $365,812
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to redevelop the most commonly used social cost of carbon dioxide (SC-CO2) modeling framework using the best available scientific data and state-of-the-art uncertainty quantification techniques, providing government and industry decision-makers with a robust tool to tackle a carbon-constrained future. This project will deliver improved, robust estimates of the SC-CO2, a proxy for a price on carbon emissions that is used by governments, businesses, and financial bodies. This will enable Australia to play a leading and proactive role in the international pursuit of significant and sustained reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. $357,999
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to investigate how floods have varied over the past 2000 years. Floods are a recurrent and natural part of Australia's hydroclimate and are influenced strongly by climate variability. However, these influences are not yet completely understood or accounted for. This project will use novel insights from 2000 years of climate reconstructions to generate new knowledge about how bad flooding can get and what causes flood frequency to change over time. A decision-making framework that allows for all the uncertainties associated with managing floods will also be developed. This will provide a critical evaluation of the accuracy of existing flood estimates, and also the reliability of infrastructure and policy based on those estimates. $333,267
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to clone and functionally characterise previously unknown membrane proteins that facilitate high rates of sucrose efflux from cells located at key transport bottlenecks regulating sucrose transport throughout the plant body and hence plant productivity. These aims will be realised through employing systems specifically designed to clone and functionally characterise sucrose efflux proteins encoded in plant genomes. Expected outcomes will be an understanding of sucrose transport throughout the plant body, build a valuable international partnership and open up new biotechnological opportunities to improve crop yield. $353,664
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to develop an improved understanding of the effects of wall-ties on structural behaviour and reliability of masonry wall systems. A comparison of structural reliabilities for new and existing construction will provide quantitative evidence of whether or not existing design criteria are inconsistent, too conservative in some cases, or incautious in others. The ability to more accurately evaluate the safety of existing masonry structures will likely allow authorities to avoid unnecessary demolition or rehabilitation of such structures, or to correctly identify when such measures are essential. A more efficient use of structural masonry can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and enhance the sustainability of construction. $473,315
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to investigate the Australian energy sector's responses to low emission pressures, comparing the role of different actors in the transition, and developing a model explaining the political dynamics of the transition. The project will provide policy-makers and industry leaders with the means to develop innovative policies and support best practice to assist Australia's transition towards energy competitiveness. This project expects to provide significant benefits such as new insights into the potential for a low emissions future for Australia. $184,426
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to contribute to understanding the molecular mechanisms of the role of a key protein, clathrin, in cell division. In doing so it expects to reveal new approaches to stop uncontrolled cell division and proliferation, the hallmarks of cancer. The outcomes could in the long term inform breakthroughs in cancer treatment, significant enhancements in life quality and a reduction in cancer death rates. $802,912
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to solve an intractable problem in froth flotation. Bubbles will be replaced by permeable, hydrophobic media, minimising the viscous hydrodynamic resistance that limits ultrafine particle recovery. The project expects to generate new knowledge relating the efficacy of the novel media to its underlying physical structure, composition, geometry, and interfacial structure. Expected outcomes include a framework for developing alternative, highly permeable, hydrophobic media, and new high performance separation technologies. This is expected to benefit large scale, low-cost, ultrafast processing of particulate suspensions in mineral processing and waste water treatment. $445,320
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to facilitate expanded wireless connectivity by designing novel random access strategies and multilevel channel codes to enable new massive multiple access communication strategies for cellular networks. The internet of things will play a fundamental role in the future of health monitoring and smart energy systems, critical components of human health and carbon emission reduction. Other domains including agriculture, manufacturing, home automation and smart cities will be revolutionized by embedded devices communicating wirelessly. This project aims to redesign cellular networks to accommodate billions of embedded devices and thus play an important role in facilitating the internet of things. $433,122
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project has three key aims. First, to test and contrast two empirical models of successful ageing. Secondly, to compare these empirical models with women's own perspectives of their ageing gained from prospective qualitative data. Thirdly, provide insights into women's experience of very old age through interviews with women in their 90s. In addition to interview data, the project will analyse data from the 1921-26 and 1946-51 cohorts of the Australian longitudinal study on women's health. The expected outcomes will provide significant benefits, such as projecting potential health trajectories as women enter their later years. $236,310
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to investigate the final stage of doctoral examination across institutions in Australia, with particular emphasis on examiner feedback, candidate engagement with feedback, and the decision processes involved. This project expects to generate new knowledge in the least visible yet critical end stage of the doctoral examination process and its impact on thesis quality and candidate development. The expected outcomes will inform future examination models and contribute new knowledge on the role of feedback in doctoral examination, and assessment practices more generally. $163,460
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to uncover new results for second order nonlinear elliptic partial differential equations via the use of uniqueness properties of solutions for related nonlinear parabolic partial differential equations. This will build on theory for fully nonlinear equations developed over the last 30 years. The project expects to generate new knowledge in the theory that will guide future research and have direct impact to applications in optimal transport, geometric problems and more applied areas including image analysis and mathematical finance. The project will enhance Australia's international reputation for research in the field and train some of the next generation of mathematical analysts. $297,478
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to investigate the path from professional development to changes in teaching practices and student achievement. As a randomised controlled trial, this study integrates sophisticated quantitative and qualitative methods, driving innovation in educational research. Expected outcomes include significant insights into how professional development can impact measurably in ways that benefit the ongoing renewal of Australia's teachers to enhance student outcomes. This project will provide evidence to inform teacher development policy and practice in order to enhance student outcomes. $567,574
ARC Discovery ARC Future Fellowships This project aims to provide a literary history of women's textual practice in the English Renaissance. This project will examine the scope, content and purpose of early modern women's writing to make new discoveries about reading, writing and book use in the period when book production and distribution was first appearing on a larger scale. It uses digital technologies to create open-access digital forms of this writing to extend access to it, and also to further Australia's position in both cutting edge digital scholarship and scholarship on the early modern period. $1,054,816
ARC Discovery ARC Future Fellowships This project aims to develop fundamental knowledge of the cell envelope in Gram-negative bacteria, which functions as a permeability barrier to small molecules. Combining innovative functional genomics with biochemistry, this project will determine how small molecules can pass across the cell envelope, and the chemical properties that they need to do so. Some Gram-negative bacteria are human pathogens and cause serious infections, whereas others are used in biotechnology for biosynthetic chemical production or bioremediation. This project expects to help the future development of new antibiotics and assist in the design of strains to be used in biotechnological applications. $874,125
ARC Linkage Special Research Initiatives This project aims to develop novel immobilisation, adsorption and/or thermal destruction methods for biosolids, soil and groundwater in current and legacy per- and poly-fluroalkyl substance (PFAS) sites receiving biosolids. Biosolids generated during waste water treatment carry an unknown potential risk of soil and groundwater PFAS contamination, through their application in agriculture and rehabilitation sites. This project will provide the first major investigation of the release, fate and remediation of perfluorinated compounds in relation to their environmental pathways through wastewater treatment plants in Australia. The data will be evaluated to determine if perfluorinated compounds should be further incorporated into Australian soil and water quality monitoring programs. The project will provide evidence of research advice and methodologies being successfully adopted by water industry end-users, government regulatory agencies and private remediation industries. $650,054
ARC Linkage Special Research Initiatives This project aims to investigate the thermal decomposition of per- and poly-fluroalkyl substances (PFAS). The project will focus on the catalytic destruction of PFAS reactions at elevated temperatures, which is expected to transform PFAS in a controlled and predictable way into benign products. By understanding the fate of these compounds during thermal decomposition, the project will allow the development of a new technology aimed at treating materials which have been contaminated with or have been used as absorbants for PFAS. The project will provide the technical underpinning of a new technology developed to treat fluorochemical-contaminated material and, in doing so, reduce the environmental impact of these contaminants. $940,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project will develop advanced digital control techniques to address security, resilience and robustness in complex networks and deliver fundamental advances in the technology for secure and reliable networks. The project will advance the theory on consensus of networked multi-agent systems to facilitate the fast adoption of the internet of things and the continuous growth of cyber-physical systems These systems in many cases work with high efficiency, stability, and low communication overheads. However, there are cases where disturbance amplification and cascading failures can arise from relatively small unforeseen events. The theoretical work will be complemented by detailed nonlinear networked simulations, using intelligent vehicle systems as a case study. $502,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to develop an accurate and efficient simulation framework that allows the consideration of realistic discrete behaviour in geomechanical models without the computational overheads of current models. New computational methods and open'source simulation tools will be developed which will enable the efficient and accurate dynamic simulation of large'scale problems in geomechanics, problems that had formerly been intractable because of their computational size. The unique combination of discrete and continuum methods will allow the economical solution of a range of important geotechnical problems such as the accurate prediction of dynamic effects due to tunnelling, underground workings and mining activities. The outcomes will lead to safer and more economic construction methods and a more accurate assessment of the environmental effects. $320,000
ARC Linkage Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities The Time-layered cultural map (TLCMap) of Australia is an online research platform that will deliver researcher driven national'scale infrastructure for the humanities, focused on mapping, time series, and data integration. The TLCMap will expand the use of Australian cultural and historical data for research through sharply defined and powerful discovery mechanisms, enabling researchers to visualise hidden geographic and historical patterns and trends, and to build online resources which present to a wider public the rich layers of cultural data in Australian locations. TLCMap is not a singular project or software application with a defined research outcome, but infrastructure linking geo'spatial maps of Australian cultural and historical information, adapted to time series and will be a significant contribution to humanities research in Australia. For researchers, it will transform access to data and to visualisation tools and open new perspectives on Australian culture and history. For the public, it will enable increased accessibility to historical and cultural data through visualisations made available online and in print. $420,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to create a ground breaking approach for the scale-free prediction of shear strength of large in'situ rock discontinuities. Failure of rock slopes or rock cliffs can have disastrous consequences for human life, infrastructure and the economy. The stability of a fractured rock mass is controlled by the presence and characteristics of discontinuities, and any rigorous stability assessment requires quantification of discontinuity shear strength. The issue of rock instability affects both the civil and mining sectors. Developing a design methodology that addresses the scale effect for rock slope stability will provide safer civil environments and will allow the optimisation of resource extraction. This project will have significant economical and societal benefits which will apply not only to Australia but also internationally. $370,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to propose a new conceptual design of an internal aircraft electrical system and its control, which minimises the issues of traditional power systems and takes advantage of contemporary control and technology advances to minimise weight/volume and maximise reliability. The project will target a specific design, which includes consideration of novel power electronic topologies, to achieve these goals. The results will be validated through simulation, experiments and field testing. It is anticipated that the ideas developed within this project will have a major impact on More Electric Aircraft technology, as well as on general interconnected energy resource systems, such as DC and AC microgrids. $255,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Indigenous This project aims to develop competitive anionic toxicity models for antimony, arsenic, molybdenum and selenium supported by detailed speciation information. Available ecotoxicological models for inorganic toxicants have exclusively focused on cations such as zinc, and ignored anionic toxicants such as arsenic and antimony. For available models on cations to be applicable to contaminated environments, it is essential for equivalent anionic toxicity models be developed. This project will develop the first such model, which will provide new insights on ecotoxicological modelling for inorganic anionic toxicants. The project will transform ecotoxicological modelling approaches for metals and metalloids in terrestrial systems and directly improve our ability to assess risks associated with environmental contamination. $496,166
ARC Discovery Discovery Early Career Researcher Award This project aims to understand the contraceptive decision-making practices of Australian women of reproductive age with chronic disease. To reduce high-risk unintended pregnancies in this vulnerable population, this project will develop a tailored educational app to support these women to make contraceptive choices and establish a reproductive life plan. The expected outcomes of the project are to assist women with chronic diseases safely plan pregnancies to ensure maternal personal, social and economic well-being and optimal birth outcomes. $342,338
ARC Discovery Discovery Early Career Researcher Award This project aims to develop advanced Janus nanosheets with organic carbon nitrides and inorganic metal phosphide semiconductors. These nanostructures offer both basic and tunable semiconducting properties that will be used for developing highly efficient devices for the conversion of carbon dioxide to clean fuels through a photoelectrochemical reduction pathway using water and sunlight. Density functional theory calculation coupled with synchrotron studies will be used to investigate theoretical understanding of the fundamental mechanisms of capture and conversion of carbon dioxide over these nanosheets. These low-cost nanostructures will help address clean energy generation and benefit manufacturing industries in reducing the emission of carbon dioxide to the environment. $408,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to fill a critical knowledge gap in the area of wall turbulence by investigating how a rough wall turbulent boundary layer responds to changes, such as wall suction and blowing. The economic and environmental costs caused by the roughening of surfaces on moving vehicles is staggering in the transport industry (roads, rails, air and sea) and ultimately for Australia. This project will generate new knowledge to ascertain whether or not turbulent flows over rough surfaces can be controlled or managed to achieve outcomes such as reducing the drag of a roughened bluff body, for example a ship whose hull is roughened by fouling. The project expects to improve understanding of wall turbulence control, and will lead to significant benefits such as improved control technologies and better prediction and description of wall turbulence. $550,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to identify protein changes on spermatozoa that are highly correlated with the fertility status of bulls. Bull fertility has approached an all-time low as breeding practice has focused predominately on milk production and beef tenderness. This project aims to understand the genetic causes that underpin bull and cattle infertility, and investigate better methods to predict the fertility status of bulls. This project expects to contribute to better clinical management of cattle. This information can then be used for the development of a better diagnostic assay for both the dairy and beef industry. $472,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Early Career Researcher Award This project aims to generate design guidelines to assist architects in creating better palliative care environments to mitigate the stress associated with end-of-life events for patients, their families and healthcare teams. Facing death, either one's own or that of a family member, is one of life's most difficult experiences. Targeted design interventions can encourage early engagement with palliative care, enhance communication and social support in palliative care environments and support staff to deliver optimal patient care. These factors have all been shown to contribute positively to wellbeing. This project will provide benefits for patients, their families and healthcare teams. $414,216
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to optimise long-term water trade-offs in inland wetlands on managed catchments, without compromising their environmental value. These managed wetlands compete for water allocations with irrigation and other uses. Realistic predictions of wetland status will be achieved through the development and integration of an ecohydrological model and a water management decisions model. Application of the tools will improve existing decision support models to help analyse the effects of individual local management decisions on the long-term evolution of the system and the effects of changes in operation policies and climate over the long term. The project will provide critical new information for the improved prediction of wetlands evolution and as a consequence better management. $505,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to develop new methods for integrating geophysical and geotechnical data in a statistically-rigorous framework, to reduce uncertainties in site characterisation and hence enable safer and more cost-effective designs for civil infrastructure. The project will develop new statistical methods and software for reducing uncertainties and managing risk in site characterisation. The research outcomes will not only advance the fundamental science in site characterisation, but also help engineers to deal with uncertainties and risk management. $168,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to increase the uptake of advance personal planning among people aged 65 years or over in the community by developing, implementing and evaluating a community action model. People have a legal right to engage in advance personal planning, a process that helps them discuss and document their financial, personal and health preferences, in case they later lose the ability to make or communicate decisions. Few people plan ahead, even though it can reduce the likelihood of financial exploitation, family conflict and unwanted medical care. This project aims to provide a model of community action to build capacity and collaboration across social services and improve the wellbeing of older people. $542,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to provide a new method of predicting the recovery of valuable metals such as copper, gold and lithium from ores using the flotation process. The project will provide new way of modelling the behaviour of individual flotation cells, and banks of cells in series. The project will provide benefits to existing operations such as the minerals and coal industries, which are heavy users of flotation technology. New insights into the behaviour of composite particles will lead to more efficient operations and a new way of scale-up in the design of full'scale plant, which will permit designers to optimise circuits and minimise capital and operating costs. $540,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to investigate how listeners use cues from the way speech sounds are produced to break the speech stream into individual, recognisable words. The project investigates Australian languages which show unusual patterns in the production of speech sounds to generate new knowledge about speech perception and production. Outcomes will include advances in theories of speech processing, informing the development of speech processing systems, and contributions to Indigenous cultural maintenance. $484,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to investigate how labour performed by young people in the hospitality industry contributes to the creation of economic value. The project intends to examine the specific practices through which hospitality workers create value as well as the personal capacities and forms of identity that allow young people to become a successful part of the hospitality labour force. The knowledge gained in this project will inform current social and political debate about working conditions, wages and penalty rates in the service economy. This project will enhance growth and job creation within the service sector together with the quality of Australia's service workforce. $197,433
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to address the cybersecurity problem of securing telecommunication networks to prevent data leakage. Current widely-adopted data-encryption approaches to secure communications will be broken with large'scale quantum computers, and existing information-theoretic approaches rely on the channel quality of the network. To circumvent these risks, this project proposes a new information security approach using information cached at devices to camouflage data. The project will future-proof secure communication systems against large'scale quantum computers, which threaten current encryption approaches. This should ensure that data transmitted over communication networks can never be revealed to interceptors or hackers, even in public WiFi. $420,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to exploit uncultured microorganisms to produce and characterise novel ultraviolet radiation-filter biosynthesis pathways. Current ultraviolet radiation-filtering compounds are toxic and persistent. There is a need for biodegradable, ultraviolet radiation filters that are safe for use across a variety of health and industrial applications. Over millions of years, the damaging effect of ultraviolet radiation has exerted selective pressure on organisms that has driven the evolutionary diversity of natural radiation-filtering compounds. This project expects to characterise and harness the microbial diversity of unique high ultraviolet radiation ecosystems via synthetic biology to produce industrially and pharmacologically useful ultraviolet radiation filters. $395,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to develop a particle scale microprobe to capture the transient dynamics of biomass compaction, dilation and associated airflow for pneumatic conveying and potentially beyond. Low velocity, dense phase pneumatic transport presents the ideal method for transporting delicate biomass feedstocks. However, without the fundamental understanding of the compactive and dilative response of biomass ensembles, pneumatic conveyors will be over-designed and energy intensive. This project will enable accurate measurement of the motion, inertia and force information at the particle scale, to produce more accurate design protocols for dense phase biomass pneumatic transport. $390,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to understand what governs the sensitivity of many technological and biological processes to the precise nature of the salt present in solution. The term -ion'specific- encompasses all the circumstances in which the influence of a salt in solution depends on the precise chemical nature of the salt, not just the electrical charge on the ions that form the salt. As such, ion'specific effects abound and have important consequences in most situations involving solutions, including cellular functions and battery technology. This project will enable us to understand and control the influence of specific ions, building on our recently described fundamental ion'specific series with colloid science experiments and quantum simulations. This project should overcome current challenges in predicting ion'specific effects leading to progress in a wide variety of applications of colloid and interface science, from sensor interfaces to self-assembly. $533,038
ARC Linkage Linkage Projects In 2015, State Library Victoria (SLV) received the bequest of the Emmerson Collection: a national treasure of over 5000 early modern rare books and manuscripts, the first and only early modern archive of scale to be held by an Australian institution. Bringing together experts in early modern studies and the digital humanities with specialist library staff, this project will uncover the contents and scope of the collection and promote its international scholarly significance to the wider world. In doing so, it will develop new digital tools designed to unlock the value of this unique public resource for a wide range of end-users. $247,000
ARC Linkage Linkage Projects Cyanobacterial blooms in wastewater treatment plants impact on effluent quality and the utility of recycled water, posing a significant risk to the economy, the environment and public health. To understand the causes of cyanobacterial blooms in pond-based wastewater treatment plants and the risk they pose, this project will use the latest molecular techniques to examine how the microbial communities within these systems interact with each other and their surrounding environment to form blooms and produce toxins and other harmful metabolites. Such knowledge will inform risk assessment and provide strategies for the mitigation of future bloom events, improving the security of our increasingly valuable recycled water resources. $456,527
ARC Linkage Special Research Initiatives This project is concerned with the development and advancement of the PFAS Harvester: a novel poly-generation thermal process for combined destruction and resource recovery from PFAS contaminated media. The proposed research seeks to determine the fundamental science underpinning the creation of the PFAS Harvester and identify operating conditions necessary to support its commercial rollout. The project will pay a special attention to field testing of a pilot'scale prototype of the technology using PFAS concentrates generated at an active remediation site. The project is expected to deliver the scientific building blocks necessary for development of the Harvester; representing a vital step towards an end-to-end PFAS remediation solution. $820,000
ARC Linkage Special Research Initiatives Previously the major means of dealing with per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) is by adsorption, to collect and remove PFAS from contaminated sites. However, PFAS still exist, non-degraded and waiting for destruction. Targeting slurry waste from current remediation / adsorption plants, this project aims to efficiently degrade PFAS by combining electrochemical oxidation with sono-chemistry to enhance degradation capacity, to accelerate PFAS desorption / transportation from slurry waste, to avoid electrode fouling and to detoxify PFAS. The expected outcome of this project is to clean up contaminated sites, including PFAS / precursors and other persistent organic pollutants, leading to significant environmental benefits. $589,007
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $49,562
Higher Education Support 2.3 Higher Education Support This grant is to assist universities with the cost of systems changes associated with implementing the Government's tranparency in higher education expenditure data collection $25,000
Higher Education Support National Disability Coordination Officer The NDCO Program builds links and coordinates services to ease the transition from school to tertiary education and subsequent employment, for people with disability. $582,021
Higher Education Support National Disability Coordination Officer The NDCO Program builds links and coordinates services to ease the transition from school to tertiary education and subsequent employment, for people with disability. $581,768
Higher Education Support National Disability Coordination Officer The NDCO Program builds links and coordinates services to ease the transition from school to tertiary education and subsequent employment, for people with disability. $585,420
Building Skills and Capability Skills Development The Program aims to improve skills and employment opportunities linked to priority industries in South Australia, by providing financial support for students to gain qualifications in state-based skills needs and receive industry based workplace learning $3,500
Public Diplomacy including IRGP grants Australia-Korea Foundation This project aims at enhancement of the existing collaboration network between UoN, PNU and KOSPO, with the ultimate goal of promoting research capacity on sustainable power generation and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions through workshops and student/researcher exchange. $26,941
Public Diplomacy including IRGP grants International Relations Grants Program AKC2018 will be a vibrant conference to showcase all aspects of science and technology in the Asia Pacific region $11,000
Health Workforce Rural Health Multidisciplinary Training Programme The Rural Health Multidisciplinary Training Programme aims to increase the rural health workforce by supporting universities to deliver quality medical, multidisciplinary and dental training in rural communities and promote/encourage rural careers $21,077,552
Health policy Research and Analysis Rapid Applied Research Translation Rapid Applied Research Translation $2,000,000
Health Policy Research and Analysis 2019 MRFF International Clinical Trials PRC1 funding commencing 2019 Surgical Site Infections (wound infections) affect at least 1 in 4 patients who have emergency abdominal (belly) surgery. New types of dressings might reduce infections, but they also usually cost more than older types. Single Use Negative Pressure Dresssings (SUNPD) have a pump within them that removes fluid from the wound, which may reduce the infection rate. This trial aims to test whether the extra cost of these dressings produces benefits for patients in reducing the infection rate. $782,256
Health Policy Research and Analysis 2019 MRFF Rapid Applied Research Translation (RART) funding commencing in 2019 Health and medical research $4,110,000
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $24,873
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $52,500
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $51,686
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $52,500
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $52,500
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $30,047
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $52,394
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $52,403
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $51,113
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $49,713
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $50,000
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $25,426
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $49,983
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $49,844
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $46,602
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $24,918
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $44,246
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $50,000
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $33,043
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $50,000
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $50,000
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $49,123
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $44,235
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $50,000
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $49,925
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $43,894
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $50,000
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $50,000
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $49,966
Families and Communities 3AP1 Perpetrators Seed funding for new, innovative community based projects that identify gaps in delivery of perpetrator services and trial of innovative solutions. $959,597
Management of Hazardous Wastes, Substances and Pollutants Per-and-Poly-Fluorinated Alkyl Substances Research Grant The Grant is being provided as part of the Remediation of PFAS (per-and poly-fluoroalkyl substances) contaminated soil and groundwater ad hoc grants.The objectives of the grant is to fund research to:- develop new effective technologies that can be applied to remediate PFAS contaminated soil and groundwater; in particular, soil and groundwater contaminated with perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS), perfluorooctanic acid (PFOA), perfluorohexane sulfonate (PFHxS) and precursors.- demonstrate the potential for the developed technologies to be practically deployed in the field to treat large volumes of contaminated environmental media. $4,734,000
Jobs Land and Economy Jobs, Land and Economy Strategic activities that focus on getting Indigenous Australians into work, fostering Indigenous business and assisting Indigenous people to generate economic and social benefits from effective use of their land, particularly in remote areas. $282,000
Health and Medical Research Postgraduate Scholarships This project seeks to develop a better understanding about patients without coeliac disease who are gluten or wheat sensitive, and help to inform clinicians which of these patients may benefit from a long term gluten free diet. In particular, this project will focus on the role of wheat and gluten in the generation of dyspeptic symptoms, and the condition functional dyspepsia. $89,198
Health and Medical Research TRIP Fellowships I am an emerging leader in research translation with over 15 years experience in health promotion service provision and a rapidly growing research track record. I have led implementation of interventions in diverse settings, with various partners and across multiple health topics. The proposed research translation project will assess the implementation of an intervention to improve antenatal care provider delivery of screening, brief advice and referral for alcohol use by pregnant women. $179,118
Health and Medical Research Targeted Research Dementia is a significant issue for Indigenous Australians which affects people living with dementia, their families and communities. Yet the issue of dementia in Indigenous communities remains poorly understood.This study will test a community-based intervention aimed at improving dementia diagnosis and care for Indigenous people in communities across Australia. $3,046,294
Health and Medical Research Career Development Fellowship Dr Tanwar's work is directed at elucidating the proteins involved in both normal and abnormal reproductive development and has demonstrated that molecular signals integral to reproductive tract development are the same signals that are disrupted during disease, driving the pathogenesis of ovarian and endometrial cancers. Based on this knowledge, he seeks to develop novel treatments for ovarian and endometrial cancers to improve clinical outcomes. $483,404
Health and Medical Research Research Fellowship Physical inactivity has been described as a -global pandemic- and less than 20 percent of young Australians are sufficiently active. School-based interventions can increase young people's activity levels, but only they must be delivered at'scale to improve population health. My vision for the next 5 years is to improve the health of the population by optimising the uptake and implementation of efficacious physical activity interventions in schools. $724,175
Health and Medical Research Research Fellowship My research aims to develop a better understanding of the physiological processes of poisoning and envenoming in patients and undertake studies to determine the effectiveness of antidotes and antivenoms in treatment of these conditions. Ongoing major areas of research include observational and interventional studies in envenomed patients in Australia and Sri-Lanka and multicentre research into the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of drugs in overdose. $792,275
Health and Medical Research Centres of Research Excellence Chronic diseases are the leading cause of morbidity and mortality globally and in Australia. While we know of ways to prevent chronic disease, these are often not adopted by services responsible for chronic disease prevention in the community. This CRE will bring together renowned researchers, policy makers and stakeholders, who will work together to develop knowledge, resources and strategies to help community services deliver the chronic disease prevention programs that we know work. $2,497,648
Health and Medical Research Early Career Fellowships This research aims to explore non-pharmacological strategies for smoking cessation to support Aboriginal mothers quit smoking during pregnancy. Through an analysis of current evidence for non-pharmacotherapy strategies to smoking cessation and engaging with Aboriginal women and communities using Indigenous research methodologies, this research will unite Aboriginal knowledges, wisdom and expertise with scientific knowledge validated through a cluster trial in Aboriginal Medical Services. $338,192
Health and Medical Research Career Development Fellowship Asthma is a chronic disease of the airways that afflicts 2.5 million Australians and poses a significant burden on the healthcare system. Environmental triggers of asthma induce airway destructive inflammation, which is orchestrated through epithelial cells. Investigations are aimed at understanding how a new type of airway epithelial cell and a novel metabolite regulate inflammation and disease and can be therapeutically targeted to reduce the severity of asthma. $437,036
Health and Medical Research Targeted Research Maintaining social connections as an individual ages is important to mental health. Older Australians living in rural areas are particularly at risk of social isolation, which may increase their likelihood of experiencing depression. The aim of this study is to develop and test the effectiveness of an online community in reducing depression among older Australians living in regional and rural adults. If effective, this study will provide a useful platform to combat social isolation. $503,180
Health and Medical Research Practitioner Fellowship Asthma remains a significant problem because it is common, and because of the burden of severe asthma. This research will address asthma prevalence in childhood by targeting asthma therapy in pregnancy to reduce childhood asthma. New targeted therapies in severe asthma will be assessed and their optimum use defined. $585,270
Health and Medical Research Early Career Fellowships Tobacco and alcohol use, inactivity, diet, and obesity are the main modifiable health risks for chronic disease in Australia. Effective school-based programs addressing these health risks are not routinely implemented. My research will generate evidence regarding the benefits, harms, cost and effective methods to implement these programs at scale, which is essential for policy makers to prioritise and improve the routine implementation of school-based chronic disease prevention interventions. $327,192
Health and Medical Research Early Career Fellowships The controlled death and replacement of cells in our bodies is critical for healthy physiology, development and resolving of inflammation. Many cells can -eat- other cells, and normally dead/dying cells are rapidly removed. Defects in this process contribute to chronic inflammation and disease. We aim to develop new drugs that enhance dead cell clearance, to better understand how it works and offer a new therapeutic approach for chronic inflammatory lung diseases of emphysema, COPD and asthma. $417,192
Health and Medical Research Research Fellowship The purpose of this research is to improve our understanding of the molecular and cellular processes regulating sperm function and to determine how these processes become so severely disrupted in cases of male infertility. This information will be used to identify novel diagnostic biomarkers of sperm function and develop innovative therapeutic strategies to alleviate the burden of male infertility. $649,175
Health and Medical Research Project Compared to normal cells, cancer cells utilise a different mixture of fuels to sustain high rates of growth. Thus a better understanding of cancer metabolism will uncover vulnerabilities that can be exploited in the clinic. We have discovered a molecular mechanism that coordinates two key metabolic processes essential for cancer cell survival. Our project involves colon cancer but because this mechanism is present in many other cancer types we anticipate broad significance of our work. $702,521
Health and Medical Research Project Premature birth is a major and growing health problem and can lead to serious behavioural and cognitive disorders in later life. Even moderately prematurely born children are at increased risk of developing these disorders. We propose that premature loss of support from growth promoting steroid hormones from the placenta lead to suboptimal development. This project will examine the effectiveness of replacing these hormones in prematurely born neonates for improving outcomes in childhood. $892,047
Health and Medical Research Project This project will explore the application of novel therapeutic strategies to mitigate the growing health burden of male infertility and in doing so, answer the long'standing call for evidence based medicine in andrological practice. $572,394
Health and Medical Research Project Male development, fertility, and lifelong health are fundamentally supported by testicular androgens. For decades we believed we fully understood how androgens are produced, however recent research has identified a second 'backdoor' pathway playing a key role in male development. We will selectively block either (or both) pathways in mice to determine how each promotes correct male development and function. The unique knowledge gained will underpin efforts to support lifelong male health. $507,127
Health and Medical Research Project This study will test whether vaporised nicotine products (VNPs) help people with drug and alcohol issues to quit smoking. $1,833,513
Health and Medical Research Project Mood disorders are a socially debilitating group of diseases including anxiety and depression, together constituting the most common mental health conditions suffered by Australians. We have identified a novel brain circuit that links emotional stress with mood disorders. This application seeks to now understand how best to manipulate this circuit to stabilise mood disorders such as depression, social withdrawal and anxiety. $751,653
Health and Medical Research Project Asthma exacerbations are triggered by infections or allergens and are often poorly responsive to therapy. The specific factors inducing episodes remain largely unknown but are linked to activation of innate immunity. We found that the cytokine IL-36 is linked to activation and expansion of innate lymphoid cells, which may regulate exacerbations. Our studies will further define involvement of these cells in the mechanism underlying exacerbation providing novel insights into new treatments. $1,266,560
Health and Medical Research Project This team has spent over 20 years developing specific dynamin inhibitors, and have now identified a single novel class of dynamin inhibitors that will be rapidly developed as the primary chemical series for combination therapy with cetuximab. In this project, we propose to advance our many years of work to develop this series of dynamin inhibitors to a pre-clinical lead candidate suitable for clinical development. $1,493,752
Health and Medical Research Project Emphysema is a major cause of illness and death and there are no good treatments. It is caused by smoking that induces lung inflammation and disease. Cellular respiration can become defective causing oxidative stress and inflammation and we think that these may drive emphysema. We have developed new treatments that restore cell respiration and stop oxidative stress. We will assess altered respiration and oxidative stress in emphysema and stop and/or reverse these changes with our new therapies. $886,504
Health and Medical Research Project Mobile phones have become an integral part of our lives. They rely on radiofrequency electromagnetic energy to communicate information. Despite the ever-growing exposure of our population to this form of energy, the potential effects on biological systems have not been resolved and are currently under active debate. Here, we shall exploit the unique properties of the sperm cell as a powerful model with which to improve our understanding of the effects of RF-EME on biology. $425,394
Health and Medical Research Project Impaired lung growth that results from respiratory infections in early life negatively impacts on respiratory health and may lead to the development of asthma and emphysema. The identification and exploitation of the factors that promote normal healthy lung development may lead to new strategies to prevent and treat respiratory diseases. We have identified a new type of cell that we think are critical for lung development. This may have substantial health and economic benefits in the future. $501,022
Health and Medical Research Project Kidney disease is a major contributor to the life expectancy disparity between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. Using non-invasive methods, this study will assess the impact of maternal kidney size, diabetes, alcohol, nutrition and smoking on a baby's kidney growth. $1,552,842
Health and Medical Research Project Preeclampsia affects 3-5 percent of all pregnancies and is associated with significant maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality. The pathophysiology of preeclampsia can be attributed to inadequate development of the placenta. This proposal builds on our recent data to investigate the role of the multi-functional membrane bound and soluble prorenin receptor (s(P)RR), in placentation, and the functional significance of the high levels of s(P)RR in the maternal circulation in women with preeclampsia. $578,528
Health and Medical Research Project Progesterone is currently a leading therapy for preventing preterm birth. Unfortunately, many women are insensitive to the relaxatory effects of progesterone. We discovered a dual-action agent that (1) maintains uterine progesterone receptor expression in a state that is consistent with progesterone sensitivity, and (2) directly inhibits uterine contractions. This agent has potential to increase the percentage of women that respond to progesterone, while exerting 'dual action' as a tocolytic. $461,473
Health and Medical Research Partnership Projects This study proposes a 3-year program that integrates technology (via the eCliPSE tool) into the management of mental health and alcohol/other drug use. It will test the impact of direct-to-consumer marketing with an integrated service translation model, which engages clinical services to sustainable integrate eClPSE into routine service provision. Uptake, impact, and service improvement for comorbidity will be the key outcomes for the study. $196,974
Health and Medical Research Partnership Projects This is the first RCT of its kind. It will test the effectiveness of a strategy to support childcare services with implementing continuous free play schedules where children have the opportunity to access outdoor areas whenever no structured activities are in place. Such schedules improve child activity and are consistent with national sector regulatory guidelines. The research will provide a model for supporting services with implementing health promoting guidelines at a population level. $941,275
Health and Medical Research Partnership Projects Although people with cancer can improve their quality and length of life by quitting smoking, few such patients are provided with the kind of assistance needed to help them quit smoking. This research trial will involve working with doctors, nurses and allied health staff in cancer centres to help them to integrate smoking cessation care into their current practice. $1,408,506
Health and Medical Research Partnership Projects Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) pathways can improve patient recovery after colorectal cancer surgery. However, there are a range of barriers which limit adherence to ERAS pathways. We will test the effectiveness of an interactive web-based program in improving patient quality of life and increasing days alive and out of hospital following surgery. The program has significant potential to improve quality of life for patients and to reduce health care costs. $298,835
Health and Medical Research Targeted Research Annual Health Assessments offer a promising mechanism for improving the health of Indigenous Australians. Despite Commonwealth funds to support this initiative for Indigenous Australians, Health Assessments are under utilised. This study will examine the impact of strategies aimed at supporting the delivery of Health Assessments for Indigenous Australians in general practice. $745,057
Health and Medical Research Investigator Acute myeloid leukaemia and diffuse intrinsic pontine gliomas are responsible for 20 percent of all cancer related deaths in Australian children. Although vastly different diseases, the protein machinery used by these cancers for their growth and survival can be identified using the same protein sequencing technologies. Revealing the proteins responsible for the survival of these cancers will allow for targeted treatments to be designed to reduce the disease burden of these deadly cancers. $627,250
Health and Medical Research Investigator Dietary intake is a leading risk factor for morbidity making it very timely to consider the dietary behaviours of individuals. The current food environment with unlimited food availability, constant food cues and food marketing make individuals feel hungry and consume food even when they are not. This program of research focuses on the investigation of compulsive overeating behaviours and trialing of novel interventions for weight management to improve mental health outcomes. $1,554,485
Health and Medical Research Investigator Unexplained gut symptoms affect one third of Australians. Identification and management is suboptimal, as diagnosis and treatment focuses purely on symptoms, not underlying causes. My research work has detected immune and microbial involvement in these gut disorders which may also impact the brain and other organs. This research program will create a bio-resource to characterise subgroups with unexplained gut symptoms, develop and test new diagnostic tools, and test novel treatments. $3,000,000
Health and Medical Research Investigator Compared to normal cells, cancer cells utilise a different mixture of fuels to sustain high rates of growth. Thus a better understanding of cancer cell adaption to cellular stress will uncover vulnerabilities that can be exploited in the clinic. We have discovered a molecular mechanism that control cancer cell glucose metabolism and drug resistance. As this mechanism is present in diverse cancer types, we anticipate broad significance of our work. $1,399,340
Health and Medical Research Investigator Musculoskeletal conditions including back pain and osteoarthritis are disabling and common health problems for adults and adolescents. While these conditions have close links with other chronic diseases and chronic disease risks factors, the care for each is often fragmented. This research will test new ways of optimising care across health systems to integrate better management of musculoskeletal conditions and associated chronic disease risks. $1,515,540
Health and Medical Research Centres of Research Excellence Functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGID) affect more than 1 in 3 Australians and are a major social and economic burden. Identification and management of FGID is suboptimal with diagnosis and treatment focused purely on patient's symptoms and not the underlying cause. Our recent work has detected subtle immune and microbiome involvement in FGID and our CRE will create a bio-repository to characterise these factors, leading to improved diagnosis and management approaches for these patients. $2,484,034
ARC Discovery Discovery Early Career Researcher Award This project aims to develop a library of novel and two-dimensional Ruddlesden?Popper phases layered perovskites with controlled architecture and tunable bandgaps for high-performance energy harvesting applications. The as'synthesized perovskites are highly crystalline and sandwiched with staggered organic and inorganic layers, which are compatible with layer-by-layer manner to build vertical heterostructure, satisfying the premise of a solar cell with both high power conversion efficiency and low-cost. Apart from springing out a series of high impact publications and patents, a few of these demonstrations have a great potential to be substituted for fossil fuels which will help address clean energy generation and environmental problems. $424,498
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects AIMS: To develop new computational methods and software for predicting the failure of civil infrastructure such as tunnels, roads, ports and foundations.SIGNIFICANCE: Australia will spend over $200 billion over the next five years on transport and other built infrastructure. This project will formulate new methods and computer programs to underpin the geotechnical design of this infrastructure. Emphasis will be placed on efficient computational schemes for three-dimensional problems and complex ground conditions, where current procedures are inadequate. EXPECTED OUTCOMES AND BENEFITS: International leadership in computational methods for designing cheaper and safer infrastructure, supported by scientific publications and software. $395,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects While natural gas (of which methane is the primary component) is an abundant source of energy, it is normally found in remote areas and for its successful exploitation it needs to be processed. The processing usually requires significant energy and resources input. In this project we will develop a fundamental understanding to a single step catalytic process that can utilise natural gas and nitrous oxide (both potent greenhouse gases) and oxygen to produce selectively methanol and hydrocarbons from a natural gas feedstream in a controlled manner. A single step process for natural gas conversion utilising waste green-house gases is expected to be of great benefit to the Australian economy, environment and energy security $528,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects The principal vision in this project is to gain a deeper understanding of the formation, growth and collapse of bubbles within micron'size droplets and, in doing so, provide the technical underpinning necessary to advance the development of a range of emerging technologies in the light alloys manufacturing, atomisation, non-invasive medical therapy, drug delivery, and nucleation / solidification in thermal energy storage systems. Expected outcomes include new experimental evidence and validated mathematical models for the analysis of bubbles encapsulated by fine droplets. The outcomes should significantly enhance Australia's research and innovation capacity in the field of confined space bubble dynamics and related industrial applications. $280,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims at developing the new generation of symbolic regression methods using a yet unexplored way to represent mathematical functions. We will use memetic algorithms to create mathematical models for symbolic regression. Our memetic computing approach will be data-driven and will use multi-objective optimization and multi-task evolutionary computation for symbolic regression, addressing a core need of many areas of science and technology. A large number of datasets will be investigated to benchmark the new methods. The expected outcomes will help support our national priorities with new data analytic capabilities. With a strong and interdisciplinary team in three continents, the project will attract international collaboration. $518,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects Moving from assumptions to new learning. The project aims to investigate the processes that drive new learningby using automatically evoked brain responses to examine when new information triggers the brain to updatebeliefs about the world. The project will generate new knowledge on the maturity of this process at birth, how itdeclines with older age and the brain areas critical to the process. The outcomes will provide insight into how attentional resources are automatically marshalled when beliefs are challenged, and it will help identify the consequences for learning when a system is immature, or the process breaks down with increasing age. $171,196
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects Aims: -to achieve a significant advance in the hydrodynamic fractionation of particles on the basis of density, and develop an algorithm to deconvolve the fractionation data to produce the underlying density distribution of the particles. Significance: This density distribution, which is used in resource assessment, plant design, and process evaluation in mineral processing, is currently produced using toxic, and environmentally damaging heavy liquids, despite the emergence of alternative mineral analysers. Expected Outcomes: -a safe, cost effective basis for generating the density distribution. Benefits: -increasing mineral resource recovery through improved access to critical data, while eliminating the need for the toxic heavy liquids. $520,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to develop a data-driven approach to improving the resilience of online service systems. Many software systems are now provided as online services via the Internet on a 24/7 basis. Although a lot of effort has been devoted to service quality assurance, in reality, online service systems still encounter many incidents and fail to satisfy user requests. This project expects to develop innovative data-driven methods for effective fault identification, fault localization, and failure prediction. Expected outcomes of this project include novel techniques and tools for maintaining online service systems. This project will provide significant benefits, such as improving the resilience and reliability of our cyber infrastructure. $250,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Early Career Researcher Award The proposed research aims to develop our understanding of the structure of singularities in mean curvature and related flows, with certain applications in mind. $418,410
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to study large scale networked systems in major infrastructures including power networks, transportation networks, internet of things, and other cyber-physical systems. This project is expected to develop new methodology and algorithms for distributed estimation, control and optimisation of these systems. Distributed solutions are essential because traditional techniques which were designed for small systems are not suitable for efficient operations of large scale systems. Application examples include distributed state estimation for power networks, control of multi-agent systems and optimal scheduling of transportation networks. The outcomes of this project are vital to the understanding and management of these systems. $450,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects Aims: The project aims to comprehensively study heat and mass coupling in liquid alloys by describing it mathematically, measuring it experimentally and calculating it by simulation. Significance: When a liquid alloy exists at different temperatures, the coupling of heat and mass flows causes rapid segregation of its components. This is a major complication in controlling solidification from liquid alloys in manufacturing and in the design of liquid alloy coolants for efficient heat transfer. It has never been addressed. Expected outcomes: This research is expected to be the pioneering foundation of the area. Benefits: It is anticipated that the research would provide the means to properly control the engineering use of liquid alloys. $490,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to help Australian and international industry better predict the severity of localised corrosion at structural steel details, over years and decades. This is significant for the safety, reliability and economics of critical steel infrastructure, such as offshore structures and pipelines and defence facilities operating in and near marine environments. To reduce first cost, these often are not provided with coatings (paints) or other protection. The expected outcomes include improved scientific understanding and world-leading corrosion prediction models. Benefits can be expected for Australian industry, infrastructure and economics, and keeping Australian engineering consultants internationally competitive. $550,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project looks at female domestic care workers from India and China who travelled to Australia and elsewhere during the period of British colonialism. Accompanying colonial families along circuits of empire between Australia, Asia, and the UK over two centuries, these were extraordinarily mobile women. By exploring the historical experiences and cultural memories of these earliest global domestic workers, the project aims to illuminate a broader transcolonial history of domestic work. Expected outcomes include a number of publications and a website; and the project offers the social and cultural benefits to be gained by advancing our historical understanding of the forgotten cross-cultural relationships that have shaped our world today. $191,437
ARC Discovery Discovery Indigenous This project aims to investigate a new approach to improving the mental well-being of university students from low socioeconomic status (SES) backgrounds. University students have a high risk of experiencing mental health problems, and students from low SES backgrounds have a particularly high risk. This project aims to investigate university-relevant Facebook groups as a method of improving the mental well-being of low SES students by improving their online social integration at university. Expected outcomes and benefits include a scalable, low-cost approach to reducing an SES inequality that costs Australia billions of dollars each year. $488,698
ARC Discovery Discovery Early Career Researcher Award This project aims to provide the first ever account of the changing policies, practices and attitudes that have shaped how the physical remains of Australian war dead have been dealt with between the First World War and the recent wars in the Middle East (1915-2015). By investigating this invisible aspect of our military past, it will create new directions in Australian war history and provide an Australian perspective on global conversations about the history of the corpse in war. New knowledge about the war corpse will advance national understandings about the realities of war, and provide valuable information and more informed perspectives about death in war to history educators, cultural institutions, military units and the public. $379,405
ARC Linkage ARC Centres of Excellence The aim of the Centre is to progress scientific knowledge to establish transformational improvement in minerals beneficiation, essential for meeting global demand for metals. The research aims to achieve more selective, faster, and efficient separations, combining major advances in separation technologies with increased functionality of new reagents. The Centre outcomes will also ensure the sustainability of the minerals industry in Australia, through a significant reduction in cost, environmental impact, and through lower energy and water usage. The Centre also seeks to establish a new generation of scientists and research leaders in minerals beneficiation to support the innovation needed into the future by this major Australian industry. $35,000,000
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to demonstrate that engaging the brain's prefrontal cortex, an area that is highly sensitive to ageing, can improve the function of arteries that supply blood to this brain region. Using an innovative optical imaging methodology that maps the brain's regional arterial health, it aims to generate new knowledge about the link between this arterial system and the progressive decline in cognitive control ability and in prefrontal cortex structure and function in healthy older adults. This interdisciplinary, international collaboration aims to put Australia at the forefront of brain optical imaging methods that may have significant benefits by informing approaches to promote and maintain healthy brain and cognition in old age. $539,056
ARC Discovery Discovery Projects This project aims to determine how culture and social diversity interact with landscape in representing physical space in the minds and grammars of speakers of Australian Indigenous languages. The project will conduct the first Australia-wide survey of Indigenous spatial description correlated with landscape, and the first large'scale investigation of diversity in spatial behaviour among individuals within communities. The findings are expected to inform crucial debates on the formative role of landscape in language, and advance our knowledge of human spatial cognition. It will collect completely new experimental and natural data in six endangered languages, with significant benefits for the maintenance of Indigenous languages and cultures. $445,000
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $50,000
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $49,678
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $50,000
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $50,000
Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability Entrepreneurs' Programme - Innovation Connections Innovation Connections promotes collaboration between small and medium sized Australian businesses and the research sector to develop new ideas with commercial potential. $49,980
Antarctica: Science, Policy and Presence Australian Antarctic Science Program 2018-19 Calcium carbonate deposits formed under the Antarctic Ice Sheet (AIS) at peak glacial conditions contain information about both the existence of life'sustaining environments at the ice-bedrock interface and processes that generate basal meltwater. These dark, cold environments sustained diverse microbial communities thrived because there were diverse energy sources and, astonishingly, sometimes hosted microorganisms commonly associated with hydrothermalism. The subglacial carbonates reveal that subglacial volcanism occurred at glacial maxima and created sub-AIS oases where life thrived. Volcanically-induced basal meltwater discharge may have also contributed to ice sheet destabilization as well contributing to the influx of Fe-laden freshwater into the Southern Ocean. Consequently,the study of well-dated sub-AIS carbonates will increase knowledge of Life on our's and other planets, as well as poorly known subglacial hydrology and processes under the AIS. $66,380
Health and Medical Research Targeted Research Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a group of man-made chemicals that came into wide'spread use in the second half of the twentieth century. The abundance and low biodegradability of PFAS around many sites in Australia has raised important questions about the health effects of long term exposure. We will use new technologies to re-create the mucosal barrier surfaces in the laboratory to screen for the acute and chronic impacts of PFAS exposure both in the healthy and diseased states. $910,060
Health and Medical Research Targeted Research There is a pressing unmet need for evidence-based assessment of the health impacts of PFAS contamination on our communities. Here, we shall exploit our multidisciplinary expertise to improve our understanding of the biological effects of PFAS and explore effective strategies to reduce the risk of adverse health sequela arising from PFAS exposure. $1,301,122
Health and Medical Research Targeted Research This proposal will incorporate Indigenous worldviews 'Winanga-li (to know)', of nutrition in the perinatal and early childhood periods and will undertake a participatory action research plan to consult, develop, implement and evaluate mobile phone app to support women during this time. Further this proposal will build on the body of evidence of nutritional intake of Indigenous women and their children and will be translated into changes to national policy related to nutrition. $1,197,295
Health and Medical Research Ideas The balance system has a remarkable, but untapped capacity for self-repair. An intrinsic feedback mechanism, the Efferent Vestibular System (EVS) is known to play a major role in this self-repair. Surprisingly, we know little about EVS function in animals or humans. We will study the EVS in mice to gain a better understanding of how and when it works. This information will help us develop therapies, based on EVS and self-repair, that treat balance disorders such as dizziness and motion sickness. $637,703
Health and Medical Research Ideas This study will test a potential new strategy for treating the devastating blood cancer, acute myeloid leukaemia (AML). In exciting preliminary studies we have identified a molecular pathway that is over-activated in poor response AML patients. We have shown that inhibiting this pathway with new pharmaceuticals kills AML cells, and that these drugs work in synergy with standard AML therapies. We will now test the efficacy of this new treatment strategy in pre-clinical studies. $741,610
Health and Medical Research Ideas Gene expression is regulated by a myriad of transcriptional and posttranscriptional mechanisms in the brain. We have shown that several of these, including RNA splicing, circular RNA biogenesis and microRNA, are altered in schizophrenia; but we need to know how they are affected by disease-associated genetic and environmental influences. We will explore this question at single cell resolution in the human brain to identify new drug targets and biomarkers that will improve treatment. $982,622
Health and Medical Research Ideas Selectively increasing blood flow through bypass vessels can help save the brain from stroke. We have teamed up with researchers from Harvard University who produce vasodilating drugs, which are packaged into incredibly small delivery devices called nanoparticles. These nanoparticles only release the drug when exposed to levels of shear stress only found in brain bypass vessels. This grant will explore the potential of these nanoparticles as a new therapy for stroke. $462,635
Health and Medical Research Ideas This project will explore mechanisms controlling stem cell function in the testis, and in doing so, will create a platform to improve therapeutic approaches for restoring fertility in paediatric cancer survivors that have been rendered infertile by chemotherapy and radiation treatments. $559,753
Health and Medical Research Ideas There are many disease states that affect the oesophagus, and for each of these, existing treatments are not meeting the needs of the patient. Drug delivery to the oesophagus is a significant challenge, as the anatomy and physiology of the oesophagus serves as an effective barrier against the external environment. The goal of this project is to develop innovative and improved treatments for oesophageal diseases. The comprehensive study design will advance the oesophageal drug delivery field. $564,008
Health and Medical Research Ideas Acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) is a devastating blood cancer that claims about 450 lives in Australia each year. Many patients initially do well on chemotherapy, but AML often returns with new genetic abnormalities, making it difficult to cure. To treat AML effectively, we need to know how it evolves over time. This project will test whether AML evolution can be influenced by epigenetic modifications - chemical changes to DNA that alter how genes are used without changing the genetic sequence. $546,800
Health and Medical Research Ideas Predicting the development of bone metastases in prostate cancer is a clinical challenge. Nerves and neurotrophic factors are new activators of prostate cancer progression, and this project will test their clinical performance to identify patients at risk of developing bone metastases. This would maximise surveillance and treatment for men at risk. $372,612
Health and Medical Research Ideas Within a subset of infertile men diagnosed with Oligoasthenoteratozoospermia (OAT), the reason why they produce low numbers of sperm, with poor motility and morphology is because during spermatogeneisis, an imbalance in the level of proteins regulating alternative splicing occurs. This comes about through heat stress. This in turn, causes lower amounts of protein phosphatase isoform 2, a known cause of OAT. $673,293
Health and Medical Research Ideas Pathological pain is a debilitating condition that arises from many diseases including cancer, cardiovascular disease, stroke, arthritis, and diabetes. Despite these far reaching impacts, our current pain treatments remain limited due to our poor understanding on how pain signals pass from the body to the brain. This proposal focuses on an unstudied pathway whereby pain signals sent to the brain are shared with local spinal pain circuits, with the potential to greatly influence pain experience. $500,185

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15736576735

$39,477,468


Summary by Agency

Period Agency Contracts Value
1 2009-2019 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 12 $30,000,051
2 2010-2019 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE 24 $6,048,327
3 2010-2019 AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH COUNCIL 50 $1,414,357
4 2010-2018 DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY INNOVATION AND SCIENCE 7 $921,879
5 2015-2019 DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES 4 $478,322
6 2010-2010 BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY 1 $137,500
7 2015-2018 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING 2 $112,583
8 2009-2011 DEPARTMENT OF FAMILIES HOUSING COMMUNITY SERVICES AND INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS 4 $106,532
9 2012-2013 DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS 2 $94,137
10 2009-2009 DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS 1 $88,000
11 2009-2009 AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL POLICE 1 $38,500
12 2018-2018 DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY 1 $27,280
13 2017-2017 FAIR WORK COMMISSION 1 $10,000

Individual Contracts

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Supplier Description Date Method Value
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE WOMEN IN STEM SCHOLARSHIPS Jun 28th, 2019 Limited tender $120,000
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE COMBAT SIMULATOR May 30th, 2019 Limited tender $1,595,000
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE VIRTUAL HUMAN STORYTELLER EVALUATION. May 14th, 2019 Limited tender $23,003
UNI OF NEWCASTLE RISK ASSESSMENT SCOPING STUDY May 2nd, 2019 Limited tender $40,000
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE SOCIAL POLICY RESEARCH Apr 30th, 2019 Open tender $261,416
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ISISTAQUIT PROGRAM AND RELATED SERVICES Apr 11th, 2019 Limited tender $4,280,981
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ASSIGNING DISCOVERY AND DISCOVERY EARLY CAREER RESEARCHER AWARD PROJECTS Mar 12th, 2019 Limited tender $33,000
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE EXTERNAL EVALUATION OF PHARMACEUTICAL BENEFITS ADVISORY COMMITTEE SUBMISSIONS Dec 21st, 2018 Open tender $958,981
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ARC COLLEGE OF EXPERTS MEMBER Dec 10th, 2018 Limited tender $44,477
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ARC COLLEGE OF EXPERTS MEMBER Dec 10th, 2018 Limited tender $44,477
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ARC COLLEGE OF EXPERTS MEMBER Dec 10th, 2018 Limited tender $44,477
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ARC COLLEGE MEMBER Nov 14th, 2018 Limited tender $44,477
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ARC COLLEGE MEMBER Nov 14th, 2018 Limited tender $44,477
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ARC COLLEGE MEMBER Nov 14th, 2018 Limited tender $44,477
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE RESEARCH REPORT ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN SCHOOLS Oct 23rd, 2018 Open tender $99,842
UNI OF NEWCASTLE CAPABILITY AND TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATORS PROGRAM ROUND 21 CALL FOR INITIAL PROPOSALS Oct 12th, 2018 Open tender $2,183,500
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE TRAINING Oct 4th, 2018 Limited tender $36,201
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH COUNCIL ENGAGEMENT AND IMPACT ASSESSMENT PANEL 2018 Aug 2nd, 2018 Limited tender $15,360
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE COMMITTEE MEMBER FOR ENGAGEMENT AND IMPACT ASSESSMENT 2018 Jul 16th, 2018 Limited tender $15,360
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE COMMITTEE MEMBER FOR ENGAGEMENT AND IMPACT ASSESSMENT 2018 Jul 16th, 2018 Limited tender $15,360
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE TECHNICAL ASSESSMENTS Jul 5th, 2018 Open tender $27,280
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ARC COLLEGE Jun 8th, 2018 Limited tender $15,218
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE EVALUATION COMMITTEE MEMBER FOR EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH FOR AUSTRALIA May 31st, 2018 Limited tender $24,576
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE EVALUATION COMMITTEE MEMBER FOR EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH FOR AUSTRALIA May 31st, 2018 Limited tender $24,576
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE EVALUATION COMMITTEE MEMBER FOR EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH FOR AUSTRALIA May 30th, 2018 Limited tender $24,576
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE EVALUATION COMMITTEE MEMBER FOR EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH FOR AUSTRALIA May 30th, 2018 Limited tender $24,576
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE SOCIAL POLICY RESEARCH May 23rd, 2018 Open tender $75,972
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE REVIEW OF PUBLICATION RESPONDING TO ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH INCIDENTS May 21st, 2018 Limited tender $11,979
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE LEASING AND RENTAL OF PROPERTY Mar 26th, 2018 Limited tender $171,000
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH FOR AUSTRALIA RESEARCH EXCELLENCE - CHAIR PCE Mar 13th, 2018 Limited tender $34,560
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ARC COLLEGE Jan 18th, 2018 Limited tender $45,654
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE AUSTRALIAN LONGITUDINAL STUDY ON WOMENS HEALTH Jul 14th, 2017 Limited tender $3,450,000
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE RESEARCH SERVICES Jun 20th, 2017 Limited tender $109,568
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE SPECIALIST EXPERT ADVICE AND CONSULTANCY ON THE ADF ALCOHOL MANAGEMENT STRATEGY Apr 18th, 2017 Limited tender $39,999
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE RESEARCH AGREEMENT. Apr 4th, 2017 Limited tender $53,683
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE CONTRACTORS Mar 31st, 2017 Limited tender $30,434
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE RESEARCH Mar 21st, 2017 Prequalified tender $10,000
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ARC COLLEGE MEMBER Jan 13th, 2017 Limited tender $41,220
UNI OF NEWCASTLE DETAILED PROPOSAL Dec 13th, 2016 Limited tender $11,000
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE EVALUATION OF PHARMACEUTICAL BENEFITS ADVISORY COMMITTEE SUBMISSIONS Nov 3rd, 2016 Open tender $5,691,951
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS AND STRESS MANAGEMENT INITIATIVE Aug 30th, 2016 Limited tender $87,208
UNI OF NEWCASTLE SPONSORSHIP OF ROBOTX CHALLENGE Jul 19th, 2016 Limited tender $10,000
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE DATA ANALYSIS AND REPORTING Jun 7th, 2016 Limited tender $23,100
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE AUSTRALIAN LONGITUDINAL STUDY ON WOMENS HEALTH 2016 FOUR COHORT STUDY Jun 3rd, 2016 Limited tender $1,150,000
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE RANDD ON HYBRID-POWER SYSTEMS FOR UNMANNED AIRCRAFT Mar 29th, 2016 Limited tender $41,204
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ARC COLLEGE OF EXPERTS MEMBER Dec 16th, 2015 Limited tender $41,220
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ARC COLLEGE OF EXPERTS MEMBER Dec 10th, 2015 Limited tender $41,220
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE AUSTRALIAN LONGITUDINAL STUDY ON WOMENS HEALTH ORIGINAL COHORTS Aug 6th, 2015 Limited tender $650,000
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE CONTRACTORS Jun 12th, 2015 Open tender $110,500
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE MAPPING RESEARCH LINKAGES AUSTRALIA-MALAYSIA AND AUSTRALIA-SINGAPORE May 22nd, 2015 Limited tender $12,741
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE LEASE FOR SINGLE BUSINESS SERVICE STAFF IN NEWCASTLE Mar 30th, 2015 Limited tender $290,220
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 25th, 2015 Limited tender $19,926
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 25th, 2015 Limited tender $19,926
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 24th, 2015 Limited tender $23,616
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 24th, 2015 Limited tender $19,926
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 16th, 2015 Limited tender $23,616
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 16th, 2015 Limited tender $19,926
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 16th, 2015 Limited tender $23,616
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 12th, 2015 Limited tender $19,926
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 12th, 2015 Limited tender $19,926
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ARC COLLEGE OF EXPERTS MEMBER Jan 14th, 2015 Limited tender $41,220
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE REVIEW OF AUTHORITY REQUIRED MEDICINES Sep 5th, 2014 Open tender $59,315
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE LEASE AND OUTGOINGS FOR NEWCASTLE OFFICE Aug 7th, 2014 Limited tender $22,000
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE LEASE - AUSINDUSTRY NEWCASTLE Apr 7th, 2014 Limited tender $42,000
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE REPORT ON PBS LISTINGS Apr 1st, 2014 Open tender $20,800
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE RESEARCH AGREEMENT Mar 25th, 2014 Limited tender $27,500
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ARC COLELGE OF EXPERTS MEMBER Jan 20th, 2014 Limited tender $55,050
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ARC COLLEGE OF EXPERTS MEMBER Jan 20th, 2014 Limited tender $55,050
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ARC COLLEGE OF EXPERTS MEMBER Jan 20th, 2014 Limited tender $41,310
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE COLLECTION ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF LONGITUDINAL HEALTH SURVEY DATA Sep 17th, 2013 Limited tender $1,755,111
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE PROPERTY LEASE ENTERPRISE CONNECT NEWCASTLE Jul 2nd, 2013 Limited tender $367,478
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE LEASE FOR AUSINDUSTRY NEWCASTLE OFFICE 2012-2013 Jun 24th, 2013 Limited tender $16,421
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE RESEARCH AGREEMENT Feb 12th, 2013 Limited tender $1,155,000
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE FOR THE PROVISION OF AN UPDATE OF THE COOKING FOR ONE OR TWO PROGRAM RESOURCE MATERIALS. Sep 4th, 2012 Limited tender $79,411
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE PROVISION OF EXTERNAL EVALUATIONS FOR PHARMACEUTICAL BENEFITS ADVISORY COMMITTEE Jul 18th, 2012 Open tender $6,641,153
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE RESEARCH PROGRAM Jun 5th, 2012 Limited tender $22,000
UNI OF NEWCASTLE RESEARCH PROGRAM Jun 5th, 2012 Limited tender $27,500
UNI OF NEWCASTLE RESEARCH AGREEMENT May 21st, 2012 Limited tender $11,000
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 19th, 2012 Limited tender $21,813
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 19th, 2012 Limited tender $21,813
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 19th, 2012 Limited tender $21,813
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 19th, 2012 Limited tender $21,813
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 19th, 2012 Limited tender $21,813
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 19th, 2012 Limited tender $21,813
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 19th, 2012 Limited tender $21,813
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Mar 19th, 2012 Limited tender $21,813
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE EDUCATION AND TRAINING Feb 14th, 2012 Open tender $300,001
UNI OF NEWCASTLE RESEARCH AGREEMENT Feb 8th, 2012 Limited tender $44,000
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE CRC ROUND 14 BID Jun 23rd, 2011 Limited tender $33,000
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE EDUCATION SERVICES - ASSET TRAINING May 25th, 2011 Limited tender $13,265
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT OF COLLOQUIUM TO BE HELD 4TH AND 5TH OCTOBER 2011 May 2nd, 2011 Limited tender $22,000
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE PROCUREMENT OF TRAINING SERVICES Apr 19th, 2011 Limited tender $14,095
UNI OF NEWCASTLE REC CHAIR Nov 18th, 2010 Limited tender $31,416
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE REC MEMBER Nov 9th, 2010 Limited tender $20,295
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE REC MEMBER Nov 9th, 2010 Limited tender $20,295
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE REC MEMBER Nov 9th, 2010 Limited tender $20,295
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE REC MEMBER Nov 9th, 2010 Limited tender $20,295
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ERA MEMBER Nov 9th, 2010 Limited tender $20,295
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE REC MEMBER Nov 9th, 2010 Limited tender $20,295
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE REC MEMBER Nov 9th, 2010 Limited tender $20,295
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE LEASE FOR AUSINDUSTRY NEWCASTLE Oct 13th, 2010 Limited tender $12,760
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE TRAINING Aug 18th, 2010 Limited tender $60,500
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE PCE COMMITTEE MEMBER Aug 2nd, 2010 Limited tender $20,000
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE SUPPLY OF BAYESIAN TOTAL ERROR ANALYSIS Jun 29th, 2010 Limited tender $137,500
FAMILY ACTION CENTRE REVISION OF CHILD WELLBEING WORKSHOP May 5th, 2010 Limited tender $14,850
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE 0925 - DATA LINKAGE KEY AND DATASET FOR SHOAMP DATA AND BLOOD SAMPLES Jun 29th, 2009 Limited tender $14,726
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE RESEARCH PROJECT ON THE JOB READINESS OF MUSLIM JOBSEEKERS AND THE RELATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT SERVICES IN AUSTRALIA Jun 4th, 2009 Prequalified tender $88,000
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH COUNCIL - STUDY PROJECT Mar 11th, 2009 Prequalified tender $38,500
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE TRAINING ON FATHER INCLUSIVE GOOD PRACTICE GUIDE Mar 2nd, 2009 Prequalified tender $36,682
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE EXTERNAL EVALUATION OF SUBMISSIONS FOR PHARMACEUTICAL BENEFITS ADVISORY COMMITTEE Feb 10th, 2009 Open tender $5,329,780

Publicly available DGR data includes organisations with DGR status under Items 1,2 or 4 of the ITAA97. Please see this ABR page to research organisation types and Item numbers.


2 DGR result(s) for The University Of Newcastle


ABN 15736576735
Name THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE
Fund
State 2308 NSW
Item Item 1 Endorsed DGR
Status as of 01 July 2000


ABN 15736576735
Name THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE
Fund THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE LIBRARY
State 2308 NSW
Item Items 1 and 4
Status as of 01 July 2000




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