Visit to the Norwich Research Park

11 May 2017
13:20 - 17:00
Coach departs from Tombland
A picture of one of the buildings at the Norwich Research Park
As part of the Cathedral's Science Week 2017 a group will visit the Norwich Research Park to discover more about The John Innes Centre, an international centre of excellence in plant science and microbiology.

The afternoon-long visit will include time to explore the Centre’s library and collection of rare books, learn about bio-imaging and visit its greenhouses, before finishing with tea and cake.

The visit costs £10 per person, which includes travel and refreshments.

To book please contact Alison Porter, PA to the Dean.

About the Norwich Research Park

Norwich Research Park is a partnership between UEA, the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, and four independent world renowned research institutes; the John Innes Centre, the Institute of Food Research, the Genome Analysis Centre and the Sainsbury Laboratory.

The stated aims of the research park are to deliver solutions to the global challenges of healthy ageing, food and energy security, sustainability and environmental change.