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(founding sponsor)

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Stipends Available

Australian Postgraduate Award (Industry) research positions (APAI)

The ARC Linkage grant for the "Unlocking IP" research project supports two Australian Postgraduate Award (Industry) research positions for researchers enrolling in a PhD at UNSW. (These are not employees, they are research students supported by c.$25k tax free stipend and fee exemption.)

Below are the descriptions and application instructions for the positions, and also our background paper, the application form, and UNSW's information for students.

(Note also that there will also be a employed research associate position advertised for this project shortly.)

Technical position: ‘Technology Creating Commons’

Applications due 17 February.

Legal Position: ‘ Mapping Australia’s Copyright Commons’

This position has been filled.

Other important documents:

Our background paper about the project

UNSW's APA(I) Application Form (essential)

UNSW 'Information for students' (2005 round 2)

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