From welfare to work, or work to welfare: will reform of the Community Development Employment Program help close the employment gap?




НазваниеFrom welfare to work, or work to welfare: will reform of the Community Development Employment Program help close the employment gap?
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Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project will develop new catalysts to aid the development of pharmaceuticals and help fight the war against drugs.

DP110103493

Dr Anthony A Millar, Dr Ming Bo Wang

Approved

Project Title

Plant microRNA systems: investigating slicing versus translational repression and the development of an anti viral defence mechanism

2011

$90,000.00

2012

$90,000.00

2013

$90,000.00

Primary FoR

0607

PLANT BIOLOGY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

The ability to specifically switch off genes has revolutionised biotechnological approaches, from fighting diseases to developing superior crops, however the underlying mechanism is poorly understood, limiting its application in practice. Outcomes from this project will provide such knowledge, allowing its precise use in diverse applications.

DP110103472

Mr John Miller, Dr Daniel A Shaddock, Asst Prof Rana   Adhikari, Dr Stefan Hild

Approved

Project Title

Enhancing the science reach of second generation interferometric gravitational wave detectors through innovative mirror design and control

2011

$115,000.00

2012

$90,000.00

2013

$90,000.00

Primary FoR

0205

OPTICAL PHYSICS

APD

Mr John Miller

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Predicted by Einstein, gravitational waves promise to unlock the secrets of the universe just as seismic measurements unlocked the secrets of the Earth's interior. Scientists are on the brink of detecting these waves. This research aids that effort by developing Australian technologies which allow specific gravitational wave sources to be targeted.

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Summary of Successful Discovery   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2011 by State and Organisation

DP110102637

Dr Hitoshi Nasu, A/Prof Thomas A Faunce, A/Prof Margaret Kosal

Approved

Project Title

Developing Australia's legal response to military and security applications of nanotechnology

2011

$25,000.00

2012

$20,000.00

2013

$20,000.00

Primary FoR

1801

LAW

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

A critical regulatory gap exists for military applications of nanotechnology under international law. This project will provide a conceptual framework and policy options to develop Australia's legal response to the use of nanotechnology in military and security settings through collaborations with experts in the United States.

DP110102817

Prof Barry W Ninham, Dr Drew F Parsons

Approved

Project Title

Hofmeister at work. Implementation of a paradigm shift in physical chemistry

2011

$180,000.00

2012

$180,000.00

2013

$180,000.00

Primary FoR

0306

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (INCL. STRUCTURAL)

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Standard tools of measurement in environmental, industrial, colloid, nano and biosciences rest on classical theories which have been shown to be badly flawed. The faults have been remedied to give a new, predictive and usable foundation that amounts to a paradigm shift of immediate importance to many applications.

DP110100230

Dr Maria L Nugent

Approved

Project Title

The Queen gave us the land: Aboriginal people's histories and memories of Queen Victoria

2011

$60,000.00

2012

$60,000.00

Primary FoR

2103

HISTORICAL STUDIES

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Queen Victoria was an important figure for Aboriginal people during her reign from 1837 to 1901 and became a powerful symbol in their oral traditions. By examining these histories and memories, the study illuminates Aboriginal people's changing ideas about and relationship to the British Crown.

Page 20




Summary of Successful Discovery   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2011 by State and Organisation

DP110101357

Prof Susan L O'Connor, Dr Jack Fenner, Dr Janelle G Stevenson, Prof Keith D Dobney, Asst Prof Benjamin Marwick, Ms Emma J St Pierre, Dr Greger J Larson

Approved

Project Title

The archaeology of Sulawesi: a strategic island for understanding modern human colonization and interactions across our region

2011

$230,000.00

2012

$230,000.00

2013

$180,000.00

Primary FoR

2101

ARCHAEOLOGY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project will investigate the archaeology and palaeoenvironment of Sulawesi over the past 50,000 years. Sulawesi is strategically positioned to test competing models of initial modern human expansion, and trajectories of cultural change and interaction, across our region. It also addresses the National Research Program goal of responding to climate change.

DP110101990

A/Prof Richard T O'Kearney, A/Prof Karen Salmon

Approved

Project Title

Enhancing emotion knowledge in pre schoolers with disruptive behaviour: the role of mother child emotion talk

2011

$111,786.00

2012

$123,896.00

2013

$128,967.00

Primary FoR

1117

PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH SERVICES

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

How can the mother of a disruptive son help him deal better with his anger and fears? The research identifies aspects of mother child emotion talk that influence the child's ability to understand negative emotions. It assesses if mothers can alter their emotion talk with their children to improve their child's emotion knowledge and behaviour.

DP110103134

Prof Hugh S O'Neill, Dr Joerg Hermann, Dr Carl Spandler

Approved

Project Title

Deep time in the deep Earth: using trace element diffusivities to constrain durations of deep Earth processes

2011

$100,000.00

2012

$100,000.00

2013

$100,000.00

Primary FoR

0403

GEOLOGY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Evaluation of deep Earth resources requires knowing how long geological processes took, some record of which is often preserved by gradients in the chemical compositions of minerals. Experiments at very high temperatures and pressures will determine how this evidence can be used to constrain the durations of a rich variety of geological processes.

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Summary of Successful Discovery   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2011 by State and Organisation

DP110102737

Prof Gottfried Otting

Approved

Project Title

New methods for structure analysis of proteins and protein interactions

2011

$180,000.00

2012

$160,000.00

2013

$160,000.00

Primary FoR

0601

BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project will advance nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) technologies pioneered at the Australian National University which employ site specific attachment of paramagnetic metal tags to proteins. A new and diverse set of strategies will dramatically extend the range of applications to targets of interest in the fight against cancer and bacterial infections.

DP110100087

Dr David A Powell, Dr Dragomir N Neshev, Dr Ilya Shadrivov, Prof Nader Engheta

Approved

Project Title

Functional metamaterials based on chiral structures

2011

$165,000.00

2012

$165,000.00

2013

$145,000.00

Primary FoR

0205

OPTICAL PHYSICS

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

The project will develop a new class of metamaterials   artificial materials that twist light and synchronise multiple light sources. These structures will show intriguing physical properties with reduced absorption and external tunability, thus paving the way for novel optical technologies.

DP110102042

Prof John Powers, Prof John T Makeham, Prof Jay L Garfield

Approved

Project Title

Negotiating modernity: Buddhism between Tibet and China

2011

$140,000.00

2012

$210,000.00

2013

$190,000.00

Primary FoR

2202

HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SPECIFIC FIELDS

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project will shed light on a significant aspect of modern Asian intellectual history: the appropriation of Yogācāra Buddhism in Tibet and how this relates to simultaneous movements in China. The project will open up new perspectives on the distinct trajectories of modernist thought in Tibetan and Chinese cultures.

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