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

Molecular Analysis

Access to instruments and training, advice on metabolomic techniques, and training in basic data interpretation
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Map Library

Comprises some 35,000 maps covering Norfolk and East Anglia, the British Isles and the World
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Historical Collections

Over four centuries of botanical literature, and many landmark works in the history of plant science
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High Performance Computing

Encompasses state-of-the-art computing and storage technology to accelerate the time to completion of large and complex calculations

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Glasshouses and CERs

Glasshouses and controlled environment rooms are available, ranging in growing area from 2 to 8 square metres
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Germplasm Resources Unit (GRU)

Provides a nationally unique resource, maintaining germplasm resources and associated information
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Field Experimentation

The Field Experimentation team provides a bespoke service for field genetics and seed multiplication
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Fermentation Lab

A containment level 2 facility with a range of large-scale bioreactors (15-200 litres) and downstream processing facilities
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Entomology

Offers numerous services, including a low containment laboratory and glasshouse areas, training and supervision
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Elemental Analysis

A range of equipment and services, including personnel training and a complete analytical package
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DNA Foundry

Automated DNA assembly. It aims to improve the predictability of engineering biology

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Crop Transformation

BRACT (Biotechnology Resources for Arable Crop Transformation) is a research facility providing the wider research community with access to a range

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