AMMRF -

Travel and Access Program (TAP)

Due to overwhelming demand, applications for TAP grants are no longer being accepted.

About the program

Funding was previously available under the Travel and Access Program (TAP) for short-duration secondments to core nodes within the AMMRF. The program was extremely successful in facilitating access to AMMRF instrumentation around the country. As a result of this success, the funding initially available for this program has now all been allocated and no further applications can now be considered.

This program provided access for researchers to state-of-the-art instrumentation and expertise and enabled hundreds of novel projects to get started, particularly where new, cutting-edge experiments were required. The emphasis was on assisting early career researchers explore new projects and provide seed funds for exploratory work.

We are very keen to continue to support access by all researchers and we encourage you to contact the node you wish to visit directly to discuss your access arrangements.