Indo-Australian Biotechnology Fund 2020-21
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Indo-Australian Biotechnology Fund 2020-21 – COVID-19 Special Call

Indo-Australian Biotechnology Fund 2020-21 – COVID-19 Special Call. Indo-Australian Biotechnology Fund (IABF) Notification. Interested and eligible applicants can check out all of the details on the same below:

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Department of Biotechnology
Ministry of Science & Technology
Government of India

Indo-Australian Biotechnology Fund

SPECIAL CALL FOR PROPOSALS ON COVID-19
(13th Round)

Applications are invited for joint research project proposals on COVID-19 to be implemented by Indian scientists in collaboration with the Australian counterparts. The priority areas of research for Round Thirteen of the Indo-Australian Biotechnology Fund are:

i. Development of immunotherapeutics
ii. Development of animal model / in vitro model for vaccine development
iii. Assay development and validation for testing of vaccines and therapeutics
iv. Viral genomics and bioinformatics

Call for proposals is open from 4th June 2020 to 2nd July 2020 (11.55 pm).

On the Indian side, Applicants for funding should submit the complete application as a soft copy (pdf) as a single file including all relevant documents to Dr Suraksha S. Diwan, Scientist ‘E’, Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India. e-mail: [email protected].

Please visit www.dbtindia.gov.in for detailed Guidelines, Application format, IPR agreement, OM regarding PPP funding.

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ABOUT THE PROGRAM

The Indo-Australian Biotechnology Fund (IABF) is a platform for bilateral collaboration in
science jointly managed and funded by the governments of India and Australia. The aim of
the collaboration is to promote & support cutting edge science and technology (S&T)
research by supporting: collaboration between Indian and Australian researchers in
strategically focussed, cutting edge, scientific research and technology projects; strengthen
strategic alliances between Indian and Australian researchers; and facilitate India and
Australia’s access to the global S&T system.

Since its establishment in 2006, the IABF has supported collaborative, leading-edge research between scientists in Australia and India across a range of jointly agreed upon priority areas. It has also helped to build linkages between premier research and educational institutions in both countries.

The Indo-Australian Biotechnology Fund is managed jointly by the Department of
Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India and Department of Industry, Innovation and
Science (DIIS), Govt. of Australia.

GRANT OPPORTUNITY UNDER ROUND THIRTEEN OF THE IABF

The objective of the round 13-COVID 19 under IABF is to fund short collaborative
research projects with tangible outcomes focused on responding to the COVID-19
pandemic.

The intended outcomes of the support are to:

  • bring together leading research institutions and/or industry in both India and Australia
    currently working on areas relevant to COVID-19 in the priority areas of this call.
  • projects of a mutually beneficial nature whose outcomes contribute to the global
    response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Support is provided under the Indo-Australian Biotechnology Fund for Bilateral collaborative research projects involving Indian & Australian partners. An application should clearly demonstrate that the activities will ‘add value by achieving something worthwhile’.

Under the IABF, the Indian Government will contribute towards the direct costs of bilateral
activities in one of the priority areas for collaboration

The grant will be provided for one year with the budget approved as appropriate for the project.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION

Applicants for funding should submit the completed application form and IPR agreement
between the partners only in the format provided through single e-mail with all relevant,
clearly labelled attachments to the following address:

Dr. Suraksha S. Diwan, Scientist ‘E’
Department of Biotechnology
Ministry of Science & Technology
Govt. of India
E-mail address: [email protected].

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