Crowdfunding  @UniSA

Official campaigning for the following projects has now ended, however donations are still accepted through the links provided below if you wish to support a specific area of research.

Big things can happen when we all work together. Crowdfunding@UniSA gives you the opportunity to engage directly with innovative research projects and follow their progress as our researchers work to tackle important issues.

The first three UniSA research projects to receive crowdfunding in 2017 are listed below. To invest directly in the research that matters to you, please follow the links below.

Person crouched in dark tunnel

$63236.80 raised

Preventing Asylum Seeker Suicide

Suicide is the leading cause of premature death for people seeking asylum in Australia. Help caseworkers save the lives of vulnerable asylum seekers by donating to the creation of a suicide prevention education program.

 

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Campaign closed 21 April 2017

Hand holding quoll

$13,017 raised

Engineering Nature's Defences to Save Native Animals

We are developing a new 'population-protecting implant' using a native plant poisonous to feral cats (but not native animals) which could ensure the survival of endangered native Australian animals.

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Campaign closed 21 April 2017

Woman in clinical web

$16,320 raised

Re-imagining Stroke Rehabilitation

We're using interactive video technology to help stroke survivors regain movement and independence. We need your help to expand our trial to help even more stroke survivors.

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Campaign closed 21 April 2017

If you are a UniSA researcher and you would like to submit your project for Crowdfunding, please click here. Please note applications will be assessed on a quarterly basis.

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