Grants Recipients

Advance Queensland delivers a range of programs and activities including grants, partnerships, competitions, procurement, events and sponsorships. Discover our published list of recipients of Advance Queensland grant programs. Due to privacy or commercial-in-confidence reasons, details of some recipients are excluded.

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Program Period Project Location Sector Amount Round
Queensland-Chinese Academy of Sciences (Q-CAS) Collaborative Science Funding 2020 Antimicrobial nanoadditive for poultry feed

The University of Queensland

This project aims to develop a high-value natural nanoadditive containing natural plant extracts for foodborne bacteria control in chickens.
Brisbane 125,000
Queensland-Chinese Academy of Sciences (Q-CAS) Collaborative Science Funding 2020 Novel mineral-carbon heterogeneous Fenton catalysts

Queensland University of Technology

This project aims to test novel materials such as hydrothermal carbons with iron-bearing minerals to prove they enable the economically viable treatment of wastewaters which are too expensive to treat using current ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis technologies.
Brisbane 125,000
Queensland-Chinese Academy of Sciences (Q-CAS) Collaborative Science Funding 2020 COVID-19 vaccines and inhibitors

The University of Queensland

This project will use structural biology to help develop new potential vaccines and inhibitors (both neutralizing antibodies and small molecules) for SARS-CoV-2.
Brisbane 125,000
Queensland-Chinese Academy of Sciences (Q-CAS) Collaborative Science Funding 2020 Targeted liver cancer therapy

Mater Research Institute-University of Queensland

This project aims to develop targeted therapies for liver cancer, generating new agents that home specifically to and accumulate in this cancer.
Brisbane 125,000
Research Fellowships 2016 Water purification pipes for irrigation using poor quality water resources

Dr Mariam Darestani

Queensland University of Technology 180,000
Research Fellowships 2016 Transforming Queensland's agricultural and petroleum waste products into advanced composites.

Dr Kameron Dunn

Queensland University of Technology 180,000
Research Fellowships 2016 Novel approach to reduce productivity losses from injuries and illnesses

Dr Jason Edwards

Queensland University of Technology 180,000
Research Fellowships 2016 Using telemedicine for improving diabetes management in Queensland

Dr Farhad Fatehi

The University of Queensland 180,000
Research Fellowships 2016 Pushing the boundaries of current numerical geotechnical modelling capabilities

Dr Sergio-Andres Galindo-Torres

The University of Queensland 180,000
Research Fellowships 2016 New therapies for Coeliac Disease: Helminths and their secreted products

Dr Paul Giacomin

James Cook University 300,000
Research Fellowships 2016 A proactive approach for reducing medication errors in Queensland hospitals

Dr Natassia Goode

University of the Sunshine Coast 180,000
Research Fellowships 2016 MICROpropagator - A Plant Propagation Platform Based on Novel Biomolecules

Dr Alice Hayward

The University of Queensland 300,000
Research Fellowships 2016 Energy Positive Domestic Wastewater Treatment

Dr Shihu Hu

The University of Queensland 300,000
Research Fellowships 2016 Robotic leg-holding device making keyhole knee-surgery easier and safer

Dr Anjali Jaiprakash

Queensland University of Technology 180,000
Research Fellowships 2016 Intelligent microwave assisted convective dryer for agricultural products

Dr Azharul Karim

Queensland University of Technology 300,000
Research Fellowships 2016 Establishing therapeutic links between early dopamine function and schizophrenia

Dr James Kesby

The University of Queensland 300,000
Research Fellowships 2016 Sustainable production of ethanol fuel from waste-gas

Dr Muxina Konarova

The University of Queensland 180,000
Research Fellowships 2016 Engineering nanohybrid platforms for oral vaccination combined with animal feed

Dr Li Li

The University of Queensland 300,000
Research Fellowships 2016 Compact terahertz laser imaging system for early skin cancer detection

Dr Yah Leng Lim

The University of Queensland 300,000
Research Fellowships 2016 Commercial scale production of N-Sorptive Superabsorbent Biopolymers for Sugarcane Fertilizers

Dr Paul Luckman

The University of Queensland 180,000
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