Appearances in the Media
Seven News - 06/05/2013
PhD Student Merryn Netting comments on CAKE - Can egg Allergic Kids eat baked Egg - study. View the article here.
Seven News - 30/04/2013
Dr Beverly Muhlhausler comments on her findings of women who over-indulge during pregnancy are more likely to deliver kids with unhealthy cravings. View the video here.
The Advertiser - 17/04/2013
Professor Maria Makrides comments on the prevention of very premature birth by taking fish oil supplements. Read the article here.
The Advertiser - 05/06/2012
PhD Student Zhi Ong featured in an article on 'Getting an early taste for junk food'. Read the article here.
The Advertiser - 13/04/2012
Professor Robert Gibson features in an article on 'Just one gram of omega-3 long-chain fatty acids a day can prevent some allergies, such as sensitivity to eggs'. Read the article here.
The Advertiser - 17/10/2011
Professor Maria Makrides talks about receiving a grant of $430,000 to study the effect of fish oil in pregnancy. You can read the article here.
Today Tonight - 8/3/2011
Foodplus was featured in a segment focusing on the FR Durum grain developed by Foodplus researchers. You can watch the video clip here.
The Food Sage Blog - 21/2/2011
Foodplus was featured in an article on the food blog "The Food Sage", asking the question of whether functional foods is a good thing or not. The article is avaliable to read at the Food Sage website.
The Financial Review - 21/2/2011
Professor Robert Gibson was featured in an article in the Financial Review about the research that Foodplus have undertaken, including the high-lutein wheat, and chickens with high omega-3 fatty acids.
ABC Website / Radio - 17/12/2010
Professor Robert Gibson appeared on radio segments for ABC Country Hour and ABC 891. He was also quoted in an article on the ABC website about breeding more nutritious grain. You can read the article here.
The Australian - 9/12/2010
Professor Robert Gibson, and visitor Professor Peter Aggett were quoted in an article in The Australian about Iron suplements. You can read the article here.
Channel 10 News - 7/12/2010
Professor Robert Gibson appeared on Channel 10 news in a segment on how to avoid weight gain over the Christmas holiday period. The segment also advertised the Public Event.
The Advertiser / Various Radio - 6/12/2010
Professor Maria Makrides was quoted in an article in the Advertiser about the Public Event "FOOD FOR HEALTH, separating myths from facts". You can read the article here . There was also an article about this in the City Messenger on the 1st of December
Professor Robert Gibson also appeared on radio interviews with ABC 891 and 5AA about the Event.
The Advertiser - 26/10/2010
Dr Beverly Muhlhausler appeared in the Advertiser on an article about Omega-3 Fatty Acids. You can read the article here .
Various Radio / Press - 20/10/2010
Professor Maria Makrides' research on fish oil supplements during pregnancy headlined radio news on ABC 666 Canberra, ABC 891 Adelaide, ABC 720 Perth, POWER FM Illawarra, and 5AA.
Various Press - 31/8/2010
Professor Maria Makrides was quoted in various papers about her research into vitamin supplementation for children. You can read a variant article at the Herald Sun's website.
The Advertiser - 17/8/2010
Dr Beverly Muhlhausler apeared in the Advertiser on an article about the effects of skipping meals. You can read the article from the Advertisers website.
The Advertiser - 27/7/2010
Dr Beverly Muhlhausler apeared in the Advertiser on an article titled "Breaking the chains of our need for fish". You can read the article from the Advertisers website.
891 ABC Adelaide - 16/7/2010
Various Press - 7/7/2010
Professor Maria Makrides research into vitamin supplementation made news around the nation. It was covered by the Adelaide Advertiser, Daily Telegraph, Newcastle Herald, Canberra Time, West Australian, Gold Cost Bulletin, Illawara Mercury, Daily Advertiser, Border Mail, AAP Newswire, and Melbourne Age.
The Advertiser - 15/6/2010
Dr Beverly Muhlhausler apeared in the Advertiser on an article about Junk food addiction. You can read the article from the Advertisers website.