Explore our research

Based on the Norwich Research Park, the Earlham Institute, John Innes Centre and UEA are home to expertise in population genetics across the breadth of life science research. 
Here you can explore some of the research taking place across the Institutes. 

Click to read more about Aphid research at John Innes Centre. Click to read more about Arabidopsis  research at John Innes Centre. Read about the life and research of Godfrey Hewitt (1940-2013) from UEA. Click to read more about research at the Earlham Institute into the Ash Dieback pathogen. Click here to read more about Long Read Sequencing at the Earlham Institute. Click to read more about Network Biology research at the Earlham Institute. Click to read more about the history of Pea research at John Innes Centre. Click to read more about Single-cell research at the Earlham Institute. Click to read more about Synthetic Biology research at the Earlham Institute. Click here to read more about Trichomonas research at the Earlham Institute Click here to read more about Warbler research at the UEA Click here to read more about Wheat research at the John Innes Centre and Earlham Institute. Click to read more about Streptomyces research at John Innes Centre.

Aphid

Arabidopsis

Cricket

Funghi

Long Reads

Network Biology

Pea

Streptomyces 

Single-cell

Synthetic Biology

Trichomonas

Warbler