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Research funding highlights at UniSA

UniSA sets its sights on discovery UniSA's young researchers win $1.5 million for key research
Early career researchers at UniSA have secured more than $1.5 million to fund four key projects in nanotechnology, wireless communications technology and cultural studies
UniSA's young researchers win $1.5 million for key research UniSA sets its sights on discovery
The University of South Australia has doubled its share of Discovery grant funding in this year's Australian Research Council grant announcements.
Getting down to the bare bones of vitamin D Getting down to the bare bones of vitamin D
New research from the University of South Australia to discover how and why bone cells produce their own vitamin D may hold vital significance in preventing or redressing osteoporosis.
Vice Chancellor UniSA UniSA research recognised as world-class in national assessment
The first Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) assessment has recognised the University's achievements in research and confirmed that it is on target to meet its ambitious research goals
UniSA leads the charge in environmental cleanup UniSA leads the charge in environmental cleanup
The Cooperative Research Centre for Contamination Assessment and Remediation of the Environment (CRC CARE) has attracted Commonwealth support for a further nine years
Funding for four bright futures Funding for four bright futures
Four UniSA researchers are among the 200 chosen to strengthen Australia's research capacity under the Federal Government's Australian Research Council Future Fellowships scheme
Young researcher exchange Young researcher exchange
Krasimir Vasilev has returned from China after being one of eight Australians selected to participate in the Australia-China Young Scientist Exchange Program
UniSA leads the way in providing solutions for industry UniSA leads the way in providing solutions for industry
The Australian Research Council grant announcements put UniSA first in the State and seventh nationally for industry-linked research success
South Australia's leading cancer research South Australia's leading cancer research
UniSA is part of a new local collaboration that will place the State at the forefront of cancer research, prevention and treatment
Researching the road to recovery for stroke sufferers Researching the road to recovery for stroke sufferers
UniSA researchers have been awarded a grant by the National Health and Medical Research Council to investigate approaches so that patients recover independence after a stroke
Tall Poppies 2010 Bouquets for young researchers: UniSA's Tall Poppies
Three bright young researchers from UniSA have been honoured as Tall Poppies at the South Australian Young Tall Poppy Science Awards
  Skills investment targets better protection for Australia's children
As part of the Government's National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children, the Australian Centre for Child Protection will deliver the new Building Capacity Building Bridges program
  $8 million grant to tackle Indigenous diabetes and cardiovascular epidemic
The National Health and Medical Research Council has awarded researchers at UniSA a prestigious Program Grant 
  UniSA surface scientist wins grant to reduce implant infection
A University of South Australia research project has been awarded funding in the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Development Grants
Prof Rob Short UniSA high tech player in wound research
Three UniSA researchers are part of the new Wound Management Innovation Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) which has received $28 million in Federal Government funding
  $500,000 grant gives green light to new equipment
The Federal Government has funded a collaborative project between UniSA and three other Australian universities under the Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities scheme


Past funding highlights

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More information about our grant awardees - Australian Research Council (ARC) and National Health and Medical Research (NHMRC)

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