1 Nov. Australian National University wins $ 43 million in new ARC funding
(with prof. Robin Boast as part of the team)
Prof. Robin Boast is part of a team, headed by Prof. Cressida Fforde of the Australian National University and Daryle Rigney of Flinders University, which was awarded a Au$ 1.2 million LIEF Grant from the Australian Research Council for their project “Restoring Dignity: Networked Knowledge for Repatriation Communities”. The three year project will develop systems, best practices and tools for a shared online digital archive for repatriation.
The Australian National University (ANU) has won more than $43 million in Australian Research Council (ARC) funding for 91 proposals, including projects to help clean up space junk and support the repatriation of Indigenous human remains.
The latest ARC round is a magnificent outcome for ANU and ensures our researchers will continue to work on solving the problems that face the nation and the world.
In the latest ARC funding round, announced by Education Minister the Hon Simon Birmingham, ANU won funding for 15 Future Fellowships, 26 Discovery Early Career Research Awards (DECRAs), 46 Discovery Projects and four Linkage Infrastructure Equipment and Facilities (LIEF) grants.