Calling all public sector researchers – send in your proposals for the first Singapore-Australia Bilateral Program on “Innovations in Food for Precision Health.”
Singapore’s national research agency A*STAR and Australia’s CSIRO are searching for ways to empower consumers to make healthier and more effective food, diet and lifestyle choices for a longer and healthier life
Evidence-based science and strategic public health messages are at the heart of the program which will bring together key research organisations in Australia and Singapore to support science and innovation activities that empower consumers.
CSIRO & A*STAR invite all public sector research performers based in Singapore and Australia to submit their proposals for joint projects focusing on areas that:
Support innovations in foods designed for positive health outcomes
Deepen understanding of consumer readiness and acceptance towards such foods
Demonstrate how data science is used to inform strategies to improve the health and safety outcomes of innovative foods.
Expressions of interest are open on the iGrants website until November 4th.