GLOBAL SCIENCE
& TECHNOLOGY
DIPLOMACY FUND
STRATEGIC ELEMENT

Expressions of interest are now open

Open up to a world of science and technology enterprise - $100K to $1 million in grants available

EOIs OPEN NOW

EOIs OPEN NOW

PRIORITY AREAS:
Advanced manufacturing
Advanced manufacturing
Hydrogen production
Hydrogen production
Artificial intelligence
Artificial intelligence
Quantum computing
Quantum computing
RNA (mRNA) vaccines & therapies
RNA (mRNA) vaccines & therapies
EOIs now open

Expressions of interest are now open for the Global Science & Technology Diplomacy Fund - Strategic Element.

$6 million in grants are now available to grow international collaboration in our region, enhance Australia’s standing as a science and technology leader, and drive innovation and commercialisation in priority areas. 

Grants from AUD $100,000 to $1,000,000 are available for eligible Australian organisations collaborating on key areas of science and technology with priority partner countries across the Asia-Pacific region.

Applicants must focus on one of five priority themes and include at least one priority partner country:

Priority themes Advanced manufacturing Quantum computing Artificial intelligence Hydrogen production RNA (including mRNA) vaccines and therapies
Priority Countries

Brazil, Indonesia, Japan, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam

See the grant guidelines for further detail on eligible applicants, partners and activities for this opportunity.

'EOIs close on 31 May.'

The Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE), in collaboration with the Australian Academy of Science, will deliver the Australian Government’s Global Science and Technology Diplomacy Fund (GSTDF) Strategic Element, to open up a world of science and technology enterprise for Australian researchers and innovators.

By identifying and supporting strategic international science and research collaborations, the fund will play a pivotal role in advancing science and technology landscape in the Asia-Pacific region.

The program consolidates international science programs in the Industry, Science, Energy and Resources portfolio and is designed to create efficiencies and allow for a greater focus on supporting strategically important international science, research, and technology collaborations with partners in the Asia-Pacific Region.

If you would like to learn more about this exciting opportunity, please register for the webinar to be held on Wednesday 3 April, 2024.

31 May - EOIs applications close

July - Call for full applications

August - Full applications close

October - Final outcomes announces

*Note - dates are indicative and subject to change