The South Australian Research, Commercialisation and Startup Fund (RCSF) supports collaboration between businesses, researchers and universities to solve industrial problems, commercialise new products and services, attract investment into research and research infrastructure in the State, and encourage the establishment and growth of startups.
As part of the RCSF, the Department for Innovation and Skills has announced a Call for Proposals under the South Australian CRC Assistance Program. The program’s key objective is to leverage strategic benefits of the Commonwealth CRC Program for South Australia.
The Department will provide up to three years of funding at the following rates:
- Up to $100,000 per annum for a CRC node located in South Australia
- Up to $200,000 per annum for a CRC headquarter located in South Australia.
Eligibility, assessment and submission
Proposals will be assessed competitively on merit against the eligibility and assessment criteria set out in the South Australian CRC Assistance Program Call for Proposals document and in accordance with the RCSF guidelines.
Read information about the fund and guidelines before starting your application. You will also need to provide a copy of your CRC Bid Prospectus as part of your application.
[South Australian CRC Assistance Program Call for Proposals document download link]
[RCSF Guidelines document download link]
Submit your application by 15 June 2020.
For questions about this call for proposals and the application process, please contact:
Senior Policy Adviser, Department for Innovation and Skills