Nominations are now open for the 2020 honorific awards, including career, mid-career and early-career awards.
Nominations close 1 May 2019.
The Academy supports awards for research. Close to $270 000 will be offered by the Academy in 2019 to support research in:
Applications open now and will close 1 June 2019.
The Academy supports research through the sponsorship of conferences that focus on rapidly developing fields of research. Applications close 1 June 2019.
Research conference support includes:
The Academy supports scientists through the awarding of travelling fellowships for the exchange of scientific ideas.
The EMCR mobility grants provide up to $5000 for Australian researchers to travel to France and Europe and work with leading researchers. The grants are supported by the Bede Morris and Rod Rickards Memorial Funds respectively.
Candidates must have a PhD degree at time of application, with the degree having been conferred no more than 15 years prior to submitting the grant application.
Applications close 8 April 2019.
Prizes in different fields of science and medicine—US$200,000.
Applications close 31 March 2019
The Breakthrough Prizes honour important recent achievements in three categories: fundamental physics, life sciences and mathematics. The 2020 Breakthrough Prize laureates will be celebrated in late 2019 at a globally televised ceremony. Laureates receive US$3 million.
In addition, up to three New Horizons in Mathematics Prizes and three New Horizons in Physics Prizes can be awarded each year to promising junior researchers who have already produced important work.
Nominations close 1 April 2019
Inspiring Australia NSW is seeking STEM researchers from all backgrounds to give a short talk in a library as part of National Science Week this August. Training and prmotion provided via Sydney Science Festival and National Science Week.
Applications close 5 April 2019.
Recognising excellence in early-career researchers across all the sciences, alongside a passion and capacity to communicate science to the community. Nominations are open for scientists under 35 and with 2–10 years’ postdoctoral experience.
Nominations close 10 April 2019
Awarded to an individual who has made outstanding contribution to the advancement of research in fundamental biology. Field for 2019 is biology of insects—¥10 million.
Nominations close 19 April 2019
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