Universities and researchers
Encourages innovation across Queensland and supports local economies to create jobs for regional Queenslanders.
The Advance QueenslandAgtech and Logistics Hub will transform agriculture through facilitated connections, collaboration, partnerships and opportunities to solve industry’s biggest challenges.
Supports science engagement and communication projects, events and activities that increase the reach and impact of science in Queensland.
Supporting Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students to undertake vocational education and transition into university studies in science, technology, engineering, the arts and maths (STEAM) industries.
Supporting PhD qualified researchers in undertaking original research that will benefit Queensland, while partnering with industry.
Supporting innovation to improve the patient journey through cooperation between GPs, hospitals and primary health networks.
MIT REAP helps Queensland continue to solidify its reputation as a regional innovation hot-spot, supporting startups and driving jobs for regional Queenslanders.
Bringing MIT Bootcamps to Brisbane to run a week-long intensive bootcamp for budding entrepreneurs.
Raising awareness of citizen science and supporting the growth of citizen science projects in Queensland.
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.
The Queensland Smithsonian Fellowships Program funds fellows from Queensland's research, education and cultural sectors to visit and complete a project at the Smithsonian Institution.