Australian Biological Resources Study: National Taxonomy Research Grant Program
The Australian Government is inviting applications via a targeted competitive process to apply to contribute towards outcomes under the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment’s Program 1.2: Environmental Information and Research commencing in the 2020-21 financial year.
The Australian Biological Resources Study National Taxonomy Research Grant Program provides grants for research into taxonomy and systematics and to support the training and/or recruitment of taxonomists.
The program is the only grant program in Australia that is targeted towards the support of research into taxonomy, to:
- improve our knowledge of the Australia biota through targeted taxonomic research
- increase funding for taxonomy through enhanced co-funding opportunities
- build Australia’s taxonomic capacity by supporting tertiary research training and early career researchers.
Benefits of the program include:
- increased support for students and early career researchers (including provision for retired taxonomists to mentor younger researchers through support for non-salaried researcher positions)
- provision for major, national-scale investigations incorporating multiple researchers and institutions.
Grant applications must address at least one of the Australian Biological Resources Study: Priority Areas for Research Grants.
More information about the Australian Biological Resources Study: National Taxonomy Research Grant Program as well as requirements for applicants, can be found in the following grant opportunity documents:
- Grant Opportunity Guidelines
- Questions and Answers
- Sample Commonwealth Standard Grant Agreement
- Sample Commonwealth Standard Grant Agreement General Grant Conditions
- Sample Commonwealth Standard Supplementary Provisions
- Activity Work Plan template
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