Research Facilities

Academics and businesses can access world-leading facilities from across Norwich Research Park. The list below can be filtered by type. Click on the required facility to find out more information and for contact details.

Research Facilities

Structural Analysis

Provides an analytical service in handling samples from the atmosphere, geosphere, hydrosphere and industry
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Stable Isotope Analysis

Providing both routine analysis and specialised research and development
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Scientific Photography Service

Supports plant and microbial science, using techniques such as uv fluorescent photography
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Scientific Databases

Research groups at the John Innes Centre are making an effort to open access to their research via online portals and datasets.

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Reverse Genetics

Working at the forefront of reverse genetics through TILLING (Targeting Induced Local Lesions IN Genomes) technology
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Proteomics

The John Innes Centre Proteomics Facility provides proteomic services using mass spectrometry
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Protein X-ray Crystallography

A wide variety of crystallisation screens and consumables, an in-house x-ray facility for testing and access to Diamond synchrotron
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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy UEA

Expert support and equipment, including high field spectrometers, high-resolution spectrometers, and solid-state and gel NMR
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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy JIC

High-resolution NMR spectrometers for structural elucidation and analysis

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Norwich Radiology Academy

State-of-the-art facilities for training consultant radiologists
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Norwich Medical School

Building a clinical and translational research programme of international standing
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National Collection of Yeast Cultures (NCYC)

One of the largest yeast collections in the world, and provides strain data and expert knowledge
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