Browsing All posts tagged under »Australian Research Council«

National fight against cancer and Alzheimer’s disease

February 21, 2014


Key role for La Trobe in new Government Research Centres of Excellence The Federal Government has awarded $8m to three La Trobe University scientists for leading-edge research into next-generation immunological and plant-based therapies for cancer and other diseases. Research groups led by physicists Dr Brian Abbey and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Keith Nugent, and by […]

La Trobe awarded almost $10m for national priority research

November 14, 2013


La Trobe University has received almost $8 million in new Australian Research Council (ARC) grants from the Federal Government. A further 1.8 million dollars was awarded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC). The latest ARC grants are for  studies that  will make a difference in fields ranging from children’s health, medicine and food […]

La Trobe quadruples ARC Linkage grant success

July 1, 2013


La Trobe University research into major areas of national concern in agriculture, public health, disability, multiculturalism and sport has received $2.57 million in collaborative R&D funding under the Government’s Australian Research Council Linkage Scheme. Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research, Professor Keith Nugent, said this was the University’s best  outcome under the scheme in three years. It represented […]

Welcome boost in major research funding

November 13, 2012


La Trobe University has received about $6.4 milllion in this year’s funding allocations from both the National Health & Medical Research Council and the Australian Research Council (ARC). Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), Professor Tim Brown, says in winning support for highly competitive major ARC ‘Discovery Projects’, La Trobe has achieved a very pleasing 15 per cent […]

Research to boost manufacturing, medical and energy sectors

December 6, 2011


La Trobe scientists receive $3.2 m for national capacity building –   La Trobe University has received more than $3.2 million from the highly competitive Australian Research Council grants scheme to further the work of its leading research teams.   Included in this is more than a million dollars for state-of-the-art scientific instrumentation, forging closer links […]

Investigating Putin’s dark side

December 6, 2011


A leading authority on Russia, historian Dr Robert Horvath, has received a prestigious federal government ‘Future Fellowship’ worth more than $600,000 for research into state-sponsored nationalism and the ominous rise of militant xenophobia in Russia. Dr Horvath’s Fellowship is part of a series of Australian Research Council (ARC) awards announced in November by Innovation Minister Senator Kim […]

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