The Hermon Slade Foundation (HSF)
Sciences & Engineering
The Hermon Slade Foundations primary object is to advance and enhance the progress and harmony of mankind with the Earth through the study and application of Natural Sciences. The top priority is to encourage high quality research by scientists in Australian national or state institutions, and universities.
The Research Committee particularly favours activities that seem likely to lead to improved systems of managing land, water, plants and animals in ways which will enhance the productivity and quality of food, fisheries, plants and forests, while simultaneously conserving the natural environment, preserving biodiversity, avoiding pollution of soils and water, and enhancing human health and welfare.
Grants are awarded to Australian institutions for activities within Australia.
A$30,000 per year for up to three years.
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Indirect cost recovery:
This scheme is exempt from University of Sydney indirect costs.
Research Office Contact:
Luda Kuchieva on 8627 8106
04 March 2011Back