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31 March 2021

The ARC’s Industrial Transformation Research Hubs (ITRH) scheme engages Australia's best researchers in issues facing new industrial economies and training its future workforce. The scheme provides funding to Eligible Organisations to engage in cutting-edge research on new technologies and economic, commercial and social transformation which support the development of research outcomes that benefit industry partners in the Industrial Transformation Priorities. 

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31 March 2021

The ARC carries out maintenance of its Research Management System (RMS) in order to provide enhanced functionality to the system and to ensure that it remains secure. Outages are not related to the announcements of grants. If the scheduled timing of planned maintenance or updates is expected to clash with key National Competitive Grants Program activities, such as a deadlines for application submissions or rejoinders, we certainly take this into account and the work may be rescheduled to a more suitable time that will cause less interruption for users.

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31 March 2021

Advancing gender equality in the research sector is a priority for the ARC. The ARC regularly engages with the sector on gender equality issues across the research workforce and as they relate to ARC activities.

Zoe Doublday. Photo credit: Ben McPherson.
10 March 2021
Dr Zoe Doubleday is an ARC Future Fellow working on a unique method to trace the origins of seafood, protecting Australia’s high value seafood industry and providing confidence for consumers. Based at the University of South Australia’s Future Industries Institute, Dr Doubleday measures the chemical composition of tiny bones from the ears of fish and cephalopods (octopus, squid) and from seashells. The precise levels of certain chemicals are controlled by the ocean in which the bone or shell was formed, and so can reveal to us where in the world the animal was living.