Students at the John Innes Centre have access to a huge range of state of the art research facilities, including Bioimaging, Crop Transformation, Entomology, Metabolomics and Proteomics platforms.

To see the full range of research facilities at the John Innes Centre, visit the John Innes Centre website


ruth“The experience of the group leaders, their close relationships with the breeders and excellent facilities at the institute were key in preparing me for my career”

– Dr Ruth Bryant, European Cereal Plant Pathologist (PhD Alumna)






The John Innes Centre works closely with the Norwich Research Park, and the research institutes across the campus, to provide researchers with access to a wide range of facilities across the park. This partnership allows John Innes researchers to access research facilities at the Institute of Food Research, The Genome Analysis Centre, The Sainsbury Laboratory, The University of East Anglia and the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital.


In 2014, the Norwich Research Park and partner institutes launched a new website featuring all Norwich Research Park facilities.

For more, visit www.norwichresearchpark.com/researchfacilities