CNBP on various radio stations

21 Nov 20Tanya Monro and Minister Susan Close14: Media coverage

Minister Susan Close (seen here with CNBP Chief Investigator Prof Tanya Morno) talked on several South Australian Radio stations discussing the Launch of the CNBP.  It is anticipated the story reached abotu 93,000 viewers via these stories alone.

Segments included:

5AA, Adelaide: 16:00 News : A $38m research centre has been launched today at the University of Adelaide. Susan Close, SA Minister for Innovation, says the facility will be a centre of excellence for nanoscale biophotonics.

Cruise, Adelaide: 16:00 News: Adelaide is home to a $38m research centre launched today at the University of Adelaide. Innovation Minister Susan Close has
welcomed the official opening of the new biophotonic centre.

5AA Adelaide & Port Augusta: 17:00 News:   It is hoped that the launch of a new $38m research centre at the Adelaide University will enhance SA’s global reputation for research and development, with the Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale Biophotonics to use light to look into human cells. Susan Close, SA Minister for Innovation, says medical research is a growth area for skilled jobs in SA.

MIX FM 102.3, Adelaide, 17:00 News: The SA medical research facilities have received a boost today, a Biophotonics Centre has opened at the University of Adelaide.

Cruise Adelaide 17:00 News:  SA’s medical research facilities received a boost today. A new biophotonic centre has been opened at the University of Adelaide.
Innovation Minister Susan Close says it lets researchers look inside human cells.