Current Research Projects

FRDC invests in research around Australia and funds around 100 new projects each year.

The goal of FRDC is to provide free access to the final reports for all projects and ensure that information on current projects is easily found and is also accessible.

A list and summary of the most recently funded FRDC final projects are available please contact FRDC for a copy of this list.

Should you have any problems accessing final reports and information on current projects please contact the FRDC Communications Team on 02 6285 0415 or email frdc@frdc.com.au.


 
Project Number
Title
Status
2020-068
Implementing the FRDC's 2020-25 R&D Plan - Strategic activities
Current
2020-058
Communications Program – Increasing community understanding, trust and acceptance for the western rock lobster industry
Current
2020-056
Evaluation of a smart-phone application to collect recreational fishing catch estimates, including an assessment against an independent probability based survey, using South Australia as a case study.
Current
2020-055
Australian Society for Fish Biology: Scientific networking, early career development, international engagement and 50th celebrations
Current
2020-049
Mitigating interactions with dolphins in purse-seine fisheries: evaluation of acoustic detection and deterrent devices: Stage 1. Literature review and analysis of fishery data
Current
2020-041
Improving the effectiveness, efficiency and safety of mitigation tools for protected species interactions in the Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery
Current
2020-020
Determining the spatial distribution and abundance indices for Moreton Bay Bugs, Thenus parindicus and Thenus australiensis in Queensland to improve stock assessment and management
Current
2020-005
Developing a cost-effective monitoring regime and stock assessment for Sand Flathead in Tasmania
Current
2020-004
The impact and implication of Perkinsus olseni on Australian abalone fisheries
Current
2020-003
Understanding the stock structure of Rock Flathead and the role of movement dynamics in influencing the performance of the Corner Inlet fishery
Current