Australian Lions Stinger Research has been operating in North Queensland since the early 1990's. Their aim is to enable research that helps to a better understand stinging jellyfish, where they come from and how they behave, so there can be better management of the risks to humans as well as preventative and curative measures to ensure no sting is lethal.
Applicants must: Enrolled in a Higher Degree by Research program at JCU (PhD, Professional Doctorate, Master by Research, Honours Year); Conducting research into marine stingers/jellyfish.
|Amount|| $7,000 |
The grant is valued at $7,000 for 1 year, for the purpose to enable research that helps to better understand stinging jellyfish.
|Number per year||2|
|For Australian students|
|For international students|
|Level of study|| Postgraduate|
|Field of studys|| Sciences|