The research sector is experiencing the longest delay to Australian Research Council (ARC) funding announcements in history.
Research projects into chronic pain and Alzheimer's disease have received $125,000 each under the Queensland-Chinese Academy of Science Collaborative Science Fund.
Industry has expressed concerns about the Ministerial veto on 11 grant applications recommended for funding by the ARC.
Two Australian scientists have each been awarded an AU$1.25 million, five-year CSL Centenary Fellowship.
MTPConnect has awarded $690,000 to three key life sciences projects, in an effort to support researchers, improve collaboration and open up international market opportunities.
UNSW Sydney and Jiangsu Industrial Technology Research Institute have signed an agreement that will support 10 major technological innovation projects.
A total of 320 projects will receive $200 million in funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) following a competitive process.
The funding will support ARC Future Fellowships, Australian Laureate Fellowships, Linkage Projects, and Industrial Transformation Research Hubs and Training Centres.
Genomics, nanotechnology, imaging, supercomputing and astronomy are some of the areas set to get a boost from the federal government's research investment strategy.
Male researchers receive far greater funding for cancer research than their female equivalents, according to a UK-led study.
Multiple funding boosts for science research, including precision medicine and genomics, were announced in the 2018–19 Federal Budget.
Dr Chris Nave, CEO of the Medical Research Commercialisation Fund, shares his thoughts on how the upcoming Budget could be used to boost Australia's biotech industry.
The Western Australian Health Translation Network (WAHTN) has received a $6.1 million funding boost.
Four clinically led biomedical engineering projects have received seed funding from the UNSW faculties of Medicine and Engineering.
Global Kinetics Corporation has received funding for its work improving the lives of those with Parkinson's disease using advanced medical technologies.