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Call for Submissions: auDA Foundation Grants for Internet Research/Projects

01 July, 2007
By Allison Orr

The auDA Foundation has opened up their second round of grants, and is calling for submissions that will utilise the power of the Internet to deliver practical outcomes through innovative means.

Eligible applicants can be Australian not-for-profit organisations, research institutions and sponsored individuals but projects must not be for political, religious or sectarian purposes.  Not-for-profit subsidiaries of Australian businesses are also eligible.

For further details and guidelines, check their website:

Completed applications must be received on or before 5.00pm AEST 31 July 2007.

auDA Foundation is a charitable trust that was established by .au Domain Administration Limited (auDA) to promote and encourage education and research activities that will enhance the utility of the Internet for the benefit of the Australian community. It is a grant scheme that will provide financial support for projects that satisfy the objectives of the auDA Foundation Charter.

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