Data and Services Discovery Activities successful applicants

Categorised: IMPACT

In April 2019, the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) invited Australian research organisations, service providers and research groups that have a passion for all things data, to submit their project proposal for the ARDC’s Data and Services Discovery Activities.

This resulted in over 140 proposals across a wide range of disciplines and organisations. The proposals were assessed by a review panel, with each application assessed by two external panel members and one ARDC panel member.

The ARDC has now completed the reviews and is extremely pleased to announce a total of 42 successful applications: 32 in the ‘Transformative data’ program and 10 in the ‘Institutional role in a data commons’ program.

Successful project proposals

There were a range of excellent proposals and for those who were not successful, thank you very much for your application. It is important to note that engagement in the Discovery Activities program is not a prerequisite for participating in future ARDC programs.

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