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Postgraduate opportunities in Phenotyping

Are you an enthusiastic, highly motivated postgraduate student who wants to be exposed to world-class, cutting-edge research technology and knowledge in plant science?

The next application round of the Australian Plant Phenomics Facility (APPF) Postgraduate Internship Awards (PIA) will open in March. Successful applicants receive up to $10,000 for use of the APPF’s infrastructure and phenotyping capabilities, and a contribution to travel and accommodation.

Applications are assessed based on academic record, research experience and appropriateness of the proposed research topic, including rationale and reasons. Internships are offered at our Canberra Nodes (CSIRO or ANU) and at the University of Adelaide Node for postgraduate students with a real interest in plant phenomics research and technology. Areas of interest can be anything from agriculture and plant physiology, genetics, biology, mechatronics, image analysis to bioinformatics and software engineering.

If you have a research question you want to answer, want experience working as an intern with the highly-skilled APPF team, want to learn about experimental design, image analysis and data analysis in plant phenomics, start planning your application now. Find out more.

CEAT Strategic Investment Program

The CEAT Strategic Investment Program provides tailored support to proposals aligned with the goals of CEAT’s Research Translation Initiative. The Program will support research translation through three support categories; Scoping, Collaboration and Engagement. Funding is available to ANU researchers only. Find out more.

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