2012 - ARC Laureate Fellows funding scheme results

2012 ARC Laureate Fellow Awards, Announced 30 July 2012.

ARC Laureate Fellowship Award Recipients

Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg
Coral reef metabolism in a rapidly changing climate - $3,032,447

ARC Future Fellowship Awards - Project Summaries

Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg
Coral reef metabolism in a rapidly changing climate
Climate change impacts on reef processes (e.g. carbonate balance, community metabolism) are poorly described yet very important to people and industry. This project will fill important knowledge gaps and provide key tools for responding to future challenges for the sustainability of coral reefs under the uncertainty of climate change.

 

2011 - ARC Laureate Fellows funding scheme results

2011 ARC Laureate Fellow Awards, Announced 30 July 2012.

ARC Laureate Fellowship Award Recipients

Professor Bernard Degnan
Origin, evolution and roles of cardinal genomic features underpinning animal multicellular complexity- $3,001,626

ARC Future Fellowship Awards - Project Summaries

Professor Bernard Degnan
Origin, evolution and roles of cardinal genomic features underpinning animal multicellular complexity
As the first genome project from our oceans, the sea sponge Amphimedon heralds a new era of marine science for Australia. Using post-genomic approaches, this project will show how studying marine organisms can produce the most fundamental insights into not only multicellular life but also into human diseases and cancer that originally evolved from our oceans.
 

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