How do plants breathe?
Breathing air in and out is something that we, as humans, perform in every moment of our lives. Plants do likewise thanks to tiny mouths called stomata.
Peering down, into the future
Just weeks after the 2017 Nobel Prize for Chemistry was awarded to Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson for their work developing cryo-electron microscopy for the high-resolution structure determination of biomolecules in solution, we have taken delivery of a cryo-EM FEI Talos F200C microscope.
The MICRON network showcases the wide variety of microbiological research taking place on the Norwich Research Park
Talking to Sir David Hopwood
We sat down with Sir David Hopwood to discuss his life and career.
Women of the Future 2017
The 2017 Women of the Future Conference took place on Wednesday 29 November.
JBS Haldane at 125
The 5 November 2017 was the 125th Anniversary of the birth of one of our most famous alumni; John Burdon Sanderson Haldane (1892-1964), affectionately known by many as ‘JBS’.
Starting a PhD at the John Innes Centre
Starting a PhD can be a daunting experience, so we asked one of our new PhD students what her experience has been. Jo Jennings tells us her story.
Rose Scott-Moncrieff named lectures to begin Friday
This Friday a new name will be added to our illustrious series of Friday Seminar named lectures; Rose Scott-Moncrieff. Prof Cathie Martin takes a look at the life and career of Rose Scott-Moncrieff who was fundamental in establishing the emerging field of biochemical genetics.
European school science project
Crop Genetics Research Assistant Rachel Burns wanted to engage schoolchildren across Europe in a real scientific investigation. This is the story of a project about to enter it's second year.