Featured Current Project:
Quantifying forest mortality after unprecedented drought and bushfires in Eastern Australia.
The Hermon Slade Foundation awards grants that support high quality biological
research by scientists in Australian universities and research institutes.
This Foundation was established in October 1995 by the generous benefaction of Mr George Hermon Slade AM. Its primary object is to “…advance and enhance the progress and harmony of mankind with the Earth through the study and application of Natural Sciences”.
Supporting high quality biological research by scientists in Australian universities and research institutes since 1995
Featured completed projects
The role of the mitochondrial genome in promoting adaptation to climate changeHSF 15-2 | Project Leader: D Dowling | Amount: $ 81,120
eDN A as a quantitative tool: assessment of European carp population densities in Australian waterwaysHSF 13-11 | Project Leader: L Furlan | Amount: $ 56,500
Believing that “…if there is a way better than another, it is the way of nature”, Mr Hermon Slade sought to encourage the pursuit of excellence in scientific research, particularly on topics which are designed to improve the ways in which individuals and communities interact with their natural environments.
“If there is a way better
than another, it is the
way of nature.”
– Hermon Slade
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