New ARC Linkage Grants announced

Five winners in the new round of Linkage Grants are announced by the Australian Research Council;

David Lindenmayer from ANU, with partners the Department of Defence and Parks Australia, has $645k to look at flora management in fire-prone ecosystems.

Andrew Martin (UNSW) and the King’s School will work on science engagement and motivation.

Kirill Alexandrov from The University of Queensland, will collaborate with Molecular Warehouse Pty Ltd to develop low-cost ultrasensitive biosensors to collect physiological and environmental information rapidly. The ARC is providing $662k.

Andrew Gleadow from The University of Melbourne and ANSTO receive $880k to develop a robust time scale for the known aboriginal rock art sequence in the Kimberley, Western Australia.

At UWA Lorenzo Faraone will work with Aselsan A.S., using $490k to develop high-performance, lower cost infrared sensors for defence, environmental monitoring and medical imaging.

Partner organisations will contribute $7.1m in cash and kind to these and other un-detailed projects.


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