The Forum for European-Australian Science and Technology cooperation (known as FEAST) was an Australia-EU joint initiative that highlighted and promoted international research collaboration between Australia and Europe. It operated from 2001 until 2012.
Archives of the FEAST website can be found on the Pandora Archive of the National Library of Australia: http://nla.gov.au/nla.arc-35648, and official project information (for the three iterations of FEAST) can be found on the CORDIS website: FEAST, FEAST phase II, FEED.
A complete list of all FEAST publications can be found below.
Individuals and institutions seeking information and support for collaborations with Europe — including funding sources and grant management — can contact Montroix Pty Ltd. They provide individualised consulting support, as well as training and literature relevant to European programs, particularly Horizon 2020.
They are also contracted by the Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) to deliver professional development for research managers regarding international funding programs.
Below are a list of publications that were produced by FEAST.
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