The objectives of the Academy’s program of international scientific and technological collaborations are to improve Australian access to science and technology and to increase awareness of Australian research.
The Academy’s program gives Australian researchers the opportunity to collaborate with foreign colleagues, to widen research perspectives and experience, to exchange ideas, to be recognised in the international arena, to gain information and knowledge of techniques that will stimulate and advance Australian research, and to be involved in large international projects.
The Australian Academy of Science manages international programs with Europe, North America, India and Japan.
Information and application forms for travel to:
German-Australian Mobility Call for Collaboration in Science and Technology
The Australian Academy of Science will be inviting researchers to apply for the German-Australin Mobility Call for Collaboration in Science and Technology from 20 May 2013.
Australian applicants must have a German partner who is applying through the German—Australian Mobility Call with BMBF.
Visit to the National Institute of Health in the USA for a Junior Scientist OPEN
The Australian Academy of Science invites Expressions of Interest from junior scientists who are no more than 30 years of age, to visit the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the United States of America. Closing date is COB Friday 14 June 2013.
List of successful exchange participants
A list of current and past participants for each program funded under the International Scientific Linkages (ISL) program of the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research (DIISR) that terminated in June 2011 can found here.