Attn Researchers – Genome Alberta and RDAR Soliciting Statements of Interest
Genome Alberta is supporting Results Driven Agriculture Research (RDAR) in identifying innovative projects capable of advancing the application of genomics technology (including other -omics and bioinformatics) for the benefit of Alberta’s agriculture & agri-food sectors.
Up to $750 K per year is available with a 1:1 co-funding requirement from eligible sources. Projects must have a direct impact on Alberta’s agricultural industry (e.g., livestock, crops, food safety), addressing priority areas including but not limited to:
- enhance productivity, profitability and competitiveness;
- sustainable and responsible agricultural production; and
- addressing market demands
More details about this funding opportunity, including the Statement of Interest Form and Terms and Conditions for the RDAR Accelerating Agricultural Innovations Program, are available on the Genome Alberta website.
Genome Alberta is hosting an information session webinar for this funding opportunity on Wednesday, December 8, 2021 at 10 am MST. Additional context will be provided and some common questions for prospective applicants will be addressed. Register here!
When seeking funding, researchers are encouraged to refer to the priorities and target research outcomes in the Canadian Beef Research and Technology Transfer Strategy.
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