Norwich Research Park is a thriving community of over 30,000 talented people including 150 businesses, 12,000 employees of which 3,000 are scientists and clinicians. The Park leads the world in plant and microbial sciences and in interdisciplinary environmental science through the internationally-renowned research at the John Innes Centre and The Sainsbury Laboratory and at the University of East Anglia.
We have strengths in food, diet and health at Quadram Institute Bioscience and Norwich Medical School, and distinctive research expertise and facilities at the Earlham Institute and Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
This unique concentration of expertise, combined with our collaborative approach to multidisciplinary science, means there are few places which are so well-equipped to make significant contributions to the major challenges of the 21st Century: food and energy security, healthy ageing and living with environmental change.
Our core strengths are underpinned by expertise in computing and mathematics, chemistry and materials sciences, pharmacy and biological sciences. We have state-of-the-art scientific facilities from clinical and nutritional trials units to bioimaging suites, life science and environmental analytical facilities to biotechnology and -omics technologies.
“We are absolutely delighted we made the move to Centrum. The open plan working has enhanced communication between the team and enabled us to develop more opportunities for partnership working among healthcare and the medical communities which in turn could lead to increased access to further funding."
Dr Chris Bushby, CEO, Big C
Work in a beautiful place
Norwich Research Park is set in 230 hectares of parkland