The development of Integration and Implementation Sciences (i2S) has been made possible through funding awarded to Professor Gabriele Bammer and colleagues by:

  • the Fulbright New Century Scholars program
  • the US National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center at the University of Maryland, especially through the theme "Building Resources for Complex, Action-Oriented Team Science"
  • the New Zealand Our Land and Water National Science Challenge, through the Collaboration Lab programme (PDF 823kb)
  • the Colonial Foundation Trust to the Drug Policy Modelling Program
  • the ARC Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security
  • (Note: the following website is archived at Trove (National Library of Australia)): a Land & Water Australia Innovation grant (ANU58: Improving integration in NRM: learning from health, security and innovation.)
  • the National Health and Medical Research Council through a Capacity Building Grant (Environment and population health: research development from local to global) and a Project grant (Improving understanding of psychostimulant-related harms in Australia: an integrated ethno-epidemiological approach)
  • an Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research CAPaBLE (Scientific Capacity Building/Enhancement for Sustainable Development in Developing Countries) Grant (Improving Policy Responses to Interactions between Global Environmental Change and Food Security across the Indo-Gangetic Plain (IGP))
  • a Natural Environment Research Council (UK) grant (GECAFS DSS literature review and preparation of scientific paper structure)
  • the Visiting Scholars Program, Competence Centre Environment and Sustainability, ETH-Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich)
  • the AusAID Australian Leadership Awards – Fellowships Program (for the courses on Bridging the Research-Policy Divide)
  • the US National Cancer Institute through the Initiative on the Study and Implementation of Systems (ISIS).

There has also been on-going support from The Australian National University, particularly through the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health.


Peter Deane has been webmaster since he developed our first website in 2003. In 2004, Anthony Bennett (IT Manager, ANU Centre for Mental Health Research), supported by Peter, developed our second generation website as a custom build. In 2008-09, using a content management framework, Caryn Anderson and Peter Deane worked with the web development company Kudasai on the third generation of the website. In 2011, the i2S website was made compliant with the (then) new ANU template. In 2014, using the same content management framework used on the previous build, Peter Deane worked with the web development company PreviousNext on the fourth generation of the website. In 2018, switching to a new content management system and using a rebuild of the ANU web template, Peter Deane worked with the information technology company Link Digital on the current, now fifth generation, of the website.


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