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Before we take you to our virtual research environment...

How to explore our research facilities

To navigate round the building you can;

  • 1. Use the arrows on screen
  • 2. Use the arrows on your keyboard
  • 3. Click on a category directly

You can use touch gestures to navigate around the virtual research environment.

Swipe left or right to browse through the different facilities. Perform a single tap to walk up to a facility and find out more.

Tapping twice will move you back to the centre of the room.

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Reception

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Reception

Welcome to Norwich Research Park's virtual Technology Centre. 

We're proud of the research facilities available at Norwich and invite you to take a virtual tour of our Centre.

The Centre may also be explored using the 'free text' box below or scrolling down the complete list of facilities.  There is also a 'quick search' tool at the foot of the page.

In the virtual area 'Let Us Do it For You', over on your right, there are details of how to contact us in person.

Chemical & Structural Studies

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Chemical & Structural Studies

The pooled resources of several leading research organisations are available at the Norwich Research Park for a wide range of chemical and structural analyses

Available facilities

Specialist Collections/Facilities

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Culture and Growth Facilities

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Culture and Growth Facilities

Resources to support fundamental research into basic plant science and microbiology

Available facilities

Environmental Analysis

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Environmental Analysis

The Environmental Analysis Laboratories are housed at the University of East Anglia in one of the longest established, largest and most fully developed School of Environmental Sciences in Europe.

Available facilities

Proteomics/Metabolomics

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Genomics/Bioinformatics

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Genomics/Bioinformatics

Resources of a leading UK genomics research institute

Available facilities

Future Developments

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Future Developments

Laboratory space reserved for future developments

    Microscopy/Imaging

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    Microscopy/Imaging

    Significant investment in our microscopy and imaging facilities allows users to access a wide range of state-of-the-art equipment

    Available facilities

    Biomedical

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    Biomedical

    Resources of a large teaching hospital, medical school and world-leading research labs to answer important health questions.

    Available facilities

    Lecture Theatre

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    Lecture Theatre

    At the Norwich Research Park, the technologies and science advance together.  The virtual Lecture Theatre captures this knowledge as it develops.

    Perhaps an academic has just returned from a conference and witnessed interesting new ways in which another team used a piece of technology. Perhaps a new instrument has just been installed - the first of its kind in the UK - and the facility manager is working out ways in which it can be of value to researchers at Norwich.

    The Lecture Theatre accumulates this knowledge in one place.  Click on the tab below to access the searchable database.

    Visit Lecture Theatre

    Let us do it for you

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    Let us do it for you

    Sometimes clients just want to hand us their samples and let us take care of everything else. At other times, sample analysis is just the start of a collaboration with the specialist academics that lead each platform service.

    In order to fully evaluate needs and to further investigate how we might be able to help, please contact the NRP Research Facilities Business Development Manager, Steve Walker.

    Contact details as follows:

    Dr Steve Walker

    t: +44 (0)1603 450086

    eswalker@nbi.ac.uk

    Virtual Technology Centre

    The research organisations on the Norwich Research Park have pooled their separate resources into a single, Virtual Technology Centre.

    By making these world-class facilities easily accessible by academics and businesses alike, the Centre makes Norwich Research Park an attractive destination to do research.

    Come in and explore the virtual Centre for yourself or use some of the search tools available at the reception.

     

    Research Facility Quick Search

    The quick search feature will take you directly to one of our virtual research facilities.