E5.2.3 Organizational cash contributions for indirect costs may not represent part of at least 25% of the total direct costs of the research infrastructure. (ii) the extent to which the application improves the concentration and coordination of research in the research area(s) concerned; and – Will the proposed research maximise the economic, commercial, environmental and/or social benefits for Australia? Are there appropriate strategies to promote the dissemination, where appropriate, commercialization and promotion of research results? As part of this plan, the CRA is organizing a new round of selections for ARC Centres of Excellence, in accordance with the rules set out in this document. These centres will conduct highly innovative and internationally competitive research that will address difficult and important issues and produce results of economic, social and cultural benefits for Australia. Preventive health research will improve the prediction and prevention of disease and injury for all Australians by introducing healthier behaviours, lifestyles and environments. The research will improve the design, implementation and acceptance of programmes such as movement-based rehabilitation. There are several important goals of the disease that can be examined immediately, such as cardiovascular health, neurodegenerative diseases, mental illnesses, obesity, diabetes, asthma and chronic inflammatory conditions. Prevention research will focus on interdisciplinary approaches, including ethics research, that will draw on contributions from the social sciences, humanities, health and medicine. It will also focus on the development of new foods and nutrazeutics beneficial to health. This goal is supported by the government`s Focus on Prevention initiative. A4.2.4 Funding for the Linkage programme is awarded on the basis of excellence through a competitive peer review procedure for each programme. . .

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