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Policy, regulations and funding

  • Advance Queensland

    A Queensland Government Initiative aimed at harnessing the opportunities available in science and innovation to grow the state’s economy, create jobs and secure the long-term financial future of Queensland.

  • Science and innovation grants

    Discover science and innovation grants available in Queensland.

  • Funding for research

    Support for scientific research in Queensland through funding assistance, financial incentives and policies.

  • Regulation and ethics

    To ensure scientific research is carried out within a transparent and ethical environment.

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carnival lights to celebrate world science festival 2018

World Science Festival – Brisbane 2018

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2 February 2018

Brisbane will again play host to a supercharged celebration of science with thought leaders and scientists from around the world.

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An Australian and a Chinese flag displayed together

Collaborative science funding available

Posted
2 February 2018

Funding available for research collaborations between Queensland and the Chinese Academy of Sciences which benefit both countries.

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Scientists Di and Kerrilyn gathering scientific data in the field

Queensland women in STEM prize

Posted
2 February 2018

Competition for inspiring women working in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) also offers entrants communication training.

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Griffith University’s Professor Jennifer Martin AC and her team in the lab

Top Australia Day honour

Posted
2 February 2018

Congratulations to Griffith University’s Professor Jennifer Martin AC for her Australia Day honour—a Companion of the Order of Australia (AC).

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The logo for the Commonwealth Innovation Forum

The Commonwealth Innovation Forum

Posted
2 February 2018

Leaders from across the Commonwealth will meet in Brisbane to discuss the role of life sciences innovation to feed, fuel and heal.

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