58 Discovery Project grants awarded to Sydney researchers
5 十二月 2019
More than $25 million in Australian 研究 Council (ARC) funding
"The research done by our universities can lead to the development of new products and innovations that drive job growth, business opportunities and productivity gains,” Mr Tehan said.
“This investment will help develop solutions to problems in areas such as health, infrastructure, economics and the environment.”
“These results are an outstanding achievement and the funding will help further knowledge across a range of disciplines,” said Professor Ivison.
The University of Sydney researchers awarded grants in this round include:
Associate Professor Ainsley 新闻on from the Faculty of Medicine and Health and her team were awarded $279,000 to provide a better way to help people to think and reflect about new genetic tests in pregnancy.
Professor Chris Ling from the Faculty of Science and his team were awarded $510,000 to develop an economically viable design for ‘all-solid-state’ rechargeable batteries.