New Linkage Grants announced

Education and Training Minister Simon Birmingham has announced the sixth set of Linkage Grants for the year. “We’re funding research that can get results for everyday Australians. It’s great to see such innovation and potential at the heart of these projects,” the senator says. Funding comes from the Australian Research Council and partner organisations. The ten projects are:

ANU: Miranda Forsyth, restorative justice in environmental regulation

UNSW: Martin Loosemore, youth employment in construction industry

Griffith U: Ross Homel, data driven collaborations between schools, families and community agencies

QUT: Mahen Mahendran, fire resistance in steel frame wall systems

UoQ: Hamish McGowan, environmental history of the Kimberley over 60 000 years

UoQ: Kerrie Wilson, interventions to reverse environmental degradation of and fires in tropical peatland

Flinders U: Timothy Windsor, social activities among older adults

Flinders U: John Spoehr economic activity for innovation and smart specialisation

Deakin U: Yong Xiang, audio watermarking to trace illegal copying and distribution of multimedia data

Curtin U: Hong Hao, bricks to resist static and earthquake loads


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