Australian desalination centre starts new funding round
29 Nov 11 by desalination
The Australian National Centre for Excellence in Desalination (NCED) announced on 29 November 2011 that its fourth funding round is now open for expressions of interest (EOIs) from participating organisations.
Unlike earlier funding rounds, which sought research on any topic on the Australian Desalination Research Roadmap, this third funding round is primarily seeking projects targeted at gaps in the roadmap topics, and projects addressing specific needs raised by industry:
Non-member organisations wishing to participate in the funding round are encouraged to contact the centre for information on how to get involved.
The EOI form and funding guidelines are available for download on the NCED website. Completed EOIs must be submitted by 23 January 2012.
The centre’s research activity is funded under the Australian Government’s Water for the Future program.
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