Universities and researchers
We are reinvigorating science, research and innovation to help create the knowledge-based jobs of the future.
Supporting Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander scholars in gaining a research PhD degree to lay the foundation for a future research career.
Supporting PhD qualified Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander researchers in undertaking original research that will benefit Queensland.
Supporting every child and young person to develop the knowledge, skills and qualities they need for the future.
Encourages innovation across Queensland and supports local economies to create jobs for regional Queenslanders.
Supports bioindustrial experts to partner with Queensland researchers and businesses to scale-up and test new or improved technologies and processes at the pilot or demonstration scale.
The vision of James Cook University (JCU) is to create a brighter future for life in the Tropics worldwide. As part of that vision, JCU is undertaking the development of a tropical innovation hub in Cairns.
Supporting PhD qualified researchers in undertaking original research that will benefit Queensland.
Supporting innovation to improve the patient journey through cooperation between GPs, hospitals and primary health networks.
Supporting Queenslanders to complete vocational education and transition into university studies in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) industries.
Supporting and building a network of current and past science research fellows who have received Queensland Government support.
Encourages research collaborations between scientists in Queensland and the Chinese Academy of Sciences with grants over 2 years to deliver benefits for Queensland and China.
Supports a registered Queensland school teacher to visit the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum in New York to gain experience in classroom, community and online strategies for delivering quality design education.
Funds fellows from Queensland's research, education and cultural sectors to visit and complete a project at the Smithsonian Institution.
Supports the development of new products, technology or processes that benefit sporting performance and participation in sport.
Supporting more women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) with funding for female researchers within Queensland based universities and other publicly funded research organisations.
Fast tracking sports innovation by supporting the HYPE Foundation's SPIN global acceleration program at The University of Queensland.
Positions Queensland as a global innovation hub with grants to Queensland research organisations to collaborate on research projects with industry.
Drives innovative health research and development in Queensland with a top prize for winning ideas in pharmaceutical, medical devices and consumer healthcare.
Aims to increase the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) at university through targeted engagement activities for young people.