A collaborative, visionary ecosystem where ground-breaking science connects with the global business community; a place where businesses can start and grow, people learn and mature and where investment finds a worthy home.
Together we create a community of people, place and resources that stimulates ideas and delivers innovation to change lives and rethink society.
Norwich Research Park is one of the largest single-site concentrations of research in food, genomics and health in Europe, the Park has world-leading credentials.
We bring together four independent internationally-renowned research institutes: John Innes Centre, Quadram Institute, Earlham Institute and The Sainsbury Laboratory; with University of East Anglia (UEA) and Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (NNUH), supported and funded by The John Innes Foundation and UKRI Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC).
Norwich Research Park is home to over 40 companies in 100,000 sq ft of office and lab space. A number of these were borne out of research developed at the world-leading institutes located at the Park. These companies have achieved success by translating concepts developed through science research into viable commercial propositions.
The continued success of businesses operating from the Park demonstrates just what fertile environment it offers to those with growth ambitions.
A thriving and diverse research and business community where careers, business and life experience can grow and flourish.
The Anglia Innovation Partnership LLP Board is composed of proven leaders from the world’s research and business communities who bring a range of skills and perspectives. They are committed to high-quality research, innovation, and supporting the Norwich Research Park vision.
Norwich Research Park’s vision is to change lives and rethink society. To achieve this vision we have developed a strategy grounded on six pillars and embedded in the ethos of ‘Forward Together’.
Norwich Research Park is one of the largest single-site concentrations of research in food, genomics, and health in Europe. With over 30,000 people located here, our science is changing lives around the world.
Public Affairs Group
Our Public Affairs Group includes members from across our Park Partners. The group collaborate on collective policy, raising awareness and advocacy for the work and business carried out here.
The Chronicle shows our journey over the last 3 years, including how we’ve grown, built our profile and given back to our community.
Changing Lives Book
Find out more about the people working on Norwich Research Park, what makes them tick and why their work is so important.