Queensland Premier Anna Bligh, has opened a $18 million research facility at the Griffith University Nathan campus in Brisbane today. The research center will mainly work on diseases like cancer, spinal paralysis and Parkinson’s disease. Other than all these diseases, the center will work on other diseases like malaria, African Sleeping disorder among the others, reveal sources.

It will also be a home for 300,000 plant and marine samples from Queensland, Papua New Guinea and China.

The center is likely to employ nearly 70 researchers and students. The project, funded jointly by the State Government and Griffith University, is expected to be home of the National Center For Adult Stem Cell Research.
Source: ABC NEWS