Working with angels
The Anglia Capital Group is the largest network of Business Angel Investors, in Norfolk and Suffolk, who are interested in investing in disruptive innovation, either through new start-up businesses or new technologies.
Keen on quinoa
As part of Elizabeth Chapman's BBSRC-funded PhD, she undertook 3-month internship at The British Quinoa Company. This is the story of what she learned.
An international life in science
Jodi Lilley is part of our International Development team where she combines being a Postdoctoral scientist with a role as International Development Co-ordinator. This is her story.
Measuring up to the complex challenge of shape; the story of Veronica and Stan's paper
Following the publication of their paper last month, Dr Veronica Grieneisen explains why quantifying shape is so important and how music, a popular geometric drawing toy and some serious mathematical modelling – all helped to inspire a fresh approach.
Conservation and Organic Farming Workshop
Conservation and Organic Farming Workshop brings scientists and farmers together to develop ways to address common challenges in conservation and organic agriculture.
Calling all biomakers; we challenge you to find technical solutions for biology
We are today launching the ‘Biomaker Challenge’; a four-month programme, taking place over the summer and challenging teams of people from different disciplines to build low-cost sensors and instruments for biology.
Youth STEMM Award mid-term conference
Last week we hosted a Science Showcase to bring together many of the enthusiastic young people who are currently working towards a Youth STEMM Award, ranging from 13 to 18 years old and coming from schools across Norfolk and Suffolk.
Life in the Communications and Engagement team
Communications and Engagement Officer James Piercy tells us about his life communicating science; "It’s my job is to share the cool things we learn and spark a curiosity and fascination in our science with other people. This helps people understand what happens here and the impact our work can have on their lives."
Inside Norfolk's premier tiered-seating venue
Opened in 1995, primarily to support John Innes Centre science, the John Innes Conference Centre is the premier facility of its kind in Norfolk.