The Federal Government’s Unlocking Australia’s Potential grants are about inspiring people with science.
$5 million is available across three categories for projects delivered over the next three years.
Projects will represent a national mix of activities involving a variety of audiences, geographic locations and scientific topics. The grants round aims to inspire a program that focuses on priorities such as – but not limited to – youth, Indigenous communities and regional Australia.
Applications are sought in the following categories:
- Up to $5,000; typically for individuals or small organisations.
- Up to $45,000; for high impact science engagement projects at regional or national level.
- Up to $500,000; for organisations and partnerships delivering high impact, nationally significant projects.
Each category will have the same eligibility and selection criteria and grant selection process, but with different levels of detail required.
Grant applications will be assessed by an independent selection committee, with successful projects expected to be announced by May 2012. Applications must be submitted online between now and 29 February (4:00pm AEDT) 2012.
Comprehensive guidelines are available or you can call 02 6270 2803 for more information.
Apply online by 29 February 2012
Guidelines, Frequently Asked Questions and How to Apply can all be found here.