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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Excel 2007 error: There was a problem sending the command

There was a problem sending the command , begitu error yang muncul ketika file excel diklik. Problem terjadi di excel 2007. File excel tetap bisa dibuka dengan cara buka program excel kemudian open file excel yang dimaksud.

Untuk memperbaiki error di atas, lakukan langkah-langkah berikut:

1.  Buka program excel 2007

2.  Klik options,

3.  Buka advanced kemudian geser ke bawah ke bagian "General" section

4.  Pastikan "Ignore other applications that use Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE)" tidak tercentang.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

France-Australia Science Innovation Collaboration (FASIC) program Early Career Fellowships 2014

The Australian Academy of Science invites applications from Australian early career researchers for the France-Australia Science Innovation Collaboration (FASIC) Program Early Career Fellowships in 2014.

The FASIC program is a joint fund to support high calibre Australian and French early career researchers (ECRs) nominated by their institutions, to expand research and innovation activities and to initiate substantial research networks and linkages to support both countries’ research and innovation priorities.

Candidates should be research active in the fields of (1) medical science and biotechnology; (2) clean energy and resources; (3) climate change and environment; and (4) transport and infrastructure.

Please see website for information and guidelines - http://www.science.org.au/internat/europe/ecr-france.html

Applications close on Monday 2 April 2014.

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Australia-European Union Collaboration Program 2014

Australia-European Union Collaboration Program 2014

The Australian Academy of Science (AAS), on behalf of the Australian Government Department of Industry, invites applications for funding from Australian consortia who are a partner in an application under the European Commission (EC) Horizon 2020 programme.

The objective of the Australia- European Union (EU) Collaboration Program is to broker strategic research partnerships with the EU under the Horizon 2020 programme and support strategic cooperative research with Europe.

Two grants of $200,000 (AUD) each excl. GST are available. Australian applications will be assessed using a merit based competitive process which is based on the collaborative value of the project to Australian research and industry following the successful assessment of the EC application. These grants will be offered as seed funding to encourage Australian consortia to participate in projects with European consortia under the first tranche of calls (calls that close on or before 29 April 2014) of Horizon 2020, which are currently open for application.

Information on the Horizon 2020 calls currently open for applications can be found on the Horizon 2020 website ‒ ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/en

Australian consortia must consist of at least three participants from across Australian public and private sector research organisations and include at least one industry partner.

Stage one: Expressions of Interest (EOIs)
Expressions of Interest can now be submitted by Australian consortia that have partnered in a European application submitted to Horizon 2020 as part of the first tranche of calls that close on or before 29 April 2014.
Closing date for Expressions of Interest: COB Tuesday 29 April 2014. Please see website for information and guidelines - http://www.science.org.au/internat/europe/eucollaboration.html

This project is supported by the Department of Industry.

Thursday, November 28, 2013

Inaugural Nancy Millis Medal

The Australian Academy of Science is proud to announce that nominations are now open for the Inaugural Nancy Millis Medal, which recognises outstanding research and exceptional leadership by early- to mid-career Australian women who have established independent research in the natural sciences.

A Fellow of the Academy, the late Professor Millis introduced fermentation technologies to Australia, created the first applied microbiology course taught at an Australian university, and co-wrote the standard text Biochemical Engineering. Professor Millis also worked tirelessly to establish links between universities and industry.

The award is restricted to candidates who are normally a resident in Australia and for research conducted mainly in Australia.

Nomination details and guidelines can be found here - http://www.science.org.au/awards/awards/millis.html

Deadline for nominations is 10 February 2014.