Monday, 9 July 2018

2018 Victoria Prize for Science & Innovation and Victoria Fellowships - Call Open

The Hon Philip Dalidakis, Minister for Trade & Investment, Innovation & the Digital Economy and Small Business, today called for nominations for two of Victoria’s most prestigious science and innovation programs - The Victoria Prize for Science and Innovation, and The Victoria Fellowships.

The Victoria Prize for Science and Innovation celebrates leadership, determination and creativity, highlighting the many ways in which research and development of international significance are conducted in Victoria.
We are seeking leading Victorian scientists and researchers in the life and physical sciences, who have made, or have the potential to make, a significant scientific discovery or technological innovation. If you know someone who fits this description, nominate them for the 2018 Victoria Prize for Science & Innovation valued at $50,000. 
Download the nomination guide, nomination form and referee report here.
Nominations must be received by 2.00pm on Wednesday, 25 July 2018.

The Victoria Fellowships recognise the important role of innovation in Victoria's economic future and the need for Victorians to be skilled in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Are you one of Victoria's emerging scientists or researchers? Would a grant to support an overseas study mission further your research career or help develop an innovative idea? If so, apply for a 2018 Victoria Fellowship in the life or physical sciences, valued at up to $18,000.
Victoria Fellowships provide a travel grant to undertake a short-term overseas study mission to assist in developing a commercial idea; undertaking specialist training; or career development not available in Australia. Additionally, Fellows can apply for the Australian French Association for Science and Technology (AFAS) Associate Award valued at up to $3,500.
Download the application guide, application form and referee report here.
Applications and Referee Reports must be received by 2.00pm on Wednesday, 25 July 2018.

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