Three researchers in blue lab coats looking closely at green plants in a glasshouse.

The Canberra based members of the Food Futures Flagship team that developed plants with DHA in their seeds. From left to right, Dr Surinder Singh, Dr Xue-Rong Zhou and Dr Qing Liu.

Flagship research projects

Flagship Collaboration Fund projects provide a means to engage outside expertise to help achieve a particular flagship objective and to enhance collaboration with the university sector.

  • 31 August 2011 | Updated 21 February 2013

About Flagship projects

The Flagship Collaboration Fund supports specific short term research projects which have outputs and deliverables relevant to a particular Flagship objective.

Projects provide intellectual capital (people and intellectual property) and or physical capital (access to infrastructure, including facilities and equipment). 

Projects are funded for around A$50 000, with matching co-investment preferred.

Eligible applicants include:

  • Australian and overseas higher education institutions
  • Cooperative Research Centres (CRCs)
  • other Australian and overseas publicly funded research agencies

Research proposals can originate from a Flagship or from external organisations. Please read the Flagship Collaborative research program guidelines for more information.

Prospective applicants should contact the relevant Flagship to discuss their proposals prior to the submission of any application for funding. 

Find out more about National Research Flagships.

Flagship Projects have not been accepted for inclusion on the Australian Competitive Grants Register.

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