Plants of the Future – Open Day

Fascination of Plants day

With the International Plant Health Week and Fascination of Plants Day, May is the month for celebrating plants. Scientists at the Norwich Research Park invite you to come explore the wonderful world of plants with us at our Open Day.

Scientists from world-leading research institutes across the Norwich Research Park will share their love of plants through exhibitions, tours and family-friendly activities.

If you’ve ever wondered what happens on the Norwich Research Park or if would like to find out more about the wonderful world of plants, this is a FREE event for your diary.

The Sainsbury Laboratory, John Innes Centre, Earlham Institute and Quadram Institute look forward to showing you how we aim to solve global challenges through the power of plants, science and technology.

Parking is available and refreshments will be for sale on site (card-only payments).

There are still limits on the maximum number of people who can enter the venue, so we encourage you to reserve tickets.

This event is supported by the British Society of Plant Pathology

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