UTS is committed to producing high-quality, internationally-respected research that has significant economic, environmental, cultural and social impact and supports the application of new technologies and solutions to important national and global challenges.
RES Hub Research Opportunities is designed to help identify funding sources and collaborative opportunities to support UTS researchers in the delivery of excellent, innovative, impactful research.
Understanding the diverse types of support available to suit different research areas, project types, career stages and required resources is an important part of forging a successful and sustainable research career. Also essential is gaining knowledge and expertise in developing highly competitive, well-written and appropriately-priced proposals that meet sponsors’ criteria and funding imperatives, whether for a grant, tender or industry funder.
The IN scheme provides grant funding support to research projects led by an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researcher.
The ARC Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF) scheme supports investment in collaborative national and international research facilities.
Projects in the areas of basic and clinical science of gene therapy for haemophilia, tissue factor pathway inhibitor (TFPI) and anti-TFPI monoclonal antibodies, as well as burden of disease (clinical hemophilia A and B) will be supported.
The Linkage Program promotes national and international research partnerships between researchers and business, industry, community organisations and other publicly funded research agencies.