Abstract: The government of Australia has declared a 5.2 million AUD grant for a joint initiative in science and technology by Australia and India.
Recently, Australia announced a $5.2 million grant for an Australia-India joint initiative. Six projects were chosen in Round 14 out of the 80 projects submitted in Australia-India Strategic Research Fund.
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The projects under the AISRF or Australia-India Strategic Research Fund are:
|1||Development of low-cost, portable, and solar-powered optical sensing technology for online monitoring of contaminants in groundwater||University of Sydney||$979,931|
|2||Prevention of blindness using digital technologies at primary care centres||The University Of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle||$912,000|
|3||Research into the structural dynamics of SARS-Cov-2||University of Melbourne||$894,513|
|4||Advanced recovery of the battery materials and rare earth elements from ores and wastes||University of South Australia||$905,881|
|5||Development of a versatile protein mimicry platform to deliver the next generation of bioadhesives for mending soft tissues||Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology||$525,380|
|6||Quantum-enhanced atomic gravimetry for improved sensing capabilities||Australian National University||$1,000,000|
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Melissa Price, the Minister for Science and Technology of Australia, says “the project emphasizes the Australia and India bond’s deepening. She adds that the projects are technologically advanced and beneficial for both countries.”
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