Supporting international research collaboration
As part of Griffith’s Asian Century Futures Initiative, Griffith University and Peking University (PKU) have established a Collaborative Research Scheme that aims to deepen research engagement and collaboration, including opportunities to pursue domestic and offshore funding opportunities and attract graduate and postdoctoral talent.
- Water science
- Sustainable tourism
- Drug discovery and infectious diseases
- Health and chronic diseases
- Asian politics, security and development
- Physical sciences
- Climate change adaptation
- Environmental sciences
- International Law
- Criminology and crime prevention
- Music, the Arts and the Asia–Pacific
Short research exchanges of up to four weeks between institutions (up to AUD $8,000).
Grants can be used to facilitate the preparation and development of joint proposals to fund research projects (up to AUD $10,000).
Both grants can also be used to support Griffith and Peking University research student/s exchange and associated research projects and activities.
For both programs, funds must be expended within 12 months of the award and applicants must commit to commence the activity within two months of receipt of the award.