Earlham Institute

The Earlham Institute (EI) is a world leading research institute for the study of biological systems in plants, animals and microbes using data-rich, high throughput technologies coupled with advanced computational analyses. EI is strategically funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC).

EI's research is addressing challenges in agriculture, sustainable energy, food and nutrition. It does this by bringing together multidisciplinary expertise in biosciences, bioinformatics, high performance computing and statistics to understand complex biological systems and their interaction with the environment.

EI develops and implements new technologies and applies computational methods to process, store and interpret diverse biological datasets. EI hosts a state of the art DNA sequencing facility, unique by its operation of multiple complementary technologies for data generation. It also hosts one of the largest computing hardware facilities dedicated to life science research in Europe. These advanced genomics and computational platforms support data-intensive research that embraces and confronts modern scientific challenges arising from data scale and complexity.

With National Capabilities in Genomics & Single Cell Analysis, DNA fabrication, High Performance Computing and Advanced Training, Earlham Institute is committed to applying knowledge and expertise through enterprise, collaboration and skills development to advance scientific knowledge and promote economic growth.

For information on Earlham Institute research and services please visit the website Earlham Institute.

Earlham Institute

Earlham Institute
Norwich Research Park
Norwich
NR4 7UH

Telephone: +44 (0)1603 450001

Email: enquiries@earlham.ac.uk


  • Work in a beautiful place

    Norwich Research Park is set in 230 hectares of parkland