ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics
The CNBP brings together physicists, chemists and biologists focused on a grand challenge—controlling nanoscale interactions between light and matter to probe the complex and dynamic nanoenvironments within living organisms. The emerging convergence of nanoscience and photonics offers the opportunity of using light to interrogate nanoscale domains, providing unprecedentedly localised measurements. This will allow biological scientists to understand how single cells react to and communicate with their surroundings. This science will underpin a new generation of devices capable of probing the response of cells within individuals to environmental conditions or treatment, creating innovative and powerful new sensing platforms.
Funding: $23 million over 7 years
Centre Director*: Professor Mark Hutchinson
Administering Organisation: The University of Adelaide
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Please visit the ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics website for further information.
*Initial Centre Director: Professor Tanya Monro
Content Last Modified: 18/06/15