Norwich Research Park’s is home to a number of Networks and Alliances that bring together world-leading expertise from across our Park community. Each of these Norwich Research Park collaborations have their own focus area and help to foster new developments in research and innovation. Crucial work that will help to change lives and rethink society by addressing some of the big global challenges.
Many of our alliances and networks have frequent seminars and events. You can keep updated on Twitter by following our @NorwichResearch account and the alliances and networks directly.
The Earth and Life Systems Alliance (ELSA) is a strategic cornerstone of the Norwich Research Park. With its interdisciplinary approach to addressing the challenges of a changing climate, the Alliance not only carries out fundamental research but also applies the findings to real world scenarios.
Visit the ELSA website to find out more
The Norwich Institute of Healthy Ageing (NIHA) develops and implements effective strategies to promote sustained population behaviour change, in order to improve physical and mental wellbeing.
Visit the NIHA website to find out more
The Norwich Institute for Sustainable Development (NISD) is a UK centre of excellence set up by partners on the Norwich Research Park to improve global food security which is threatened by the effects of climate change. NISD will focus on developing solutions to enable farmers all over the world to build resilience to variability in rainfall, periods of drought and more extreme and unpredictable weather events.
Visit the NISD website to find out more
The Norwich Cancer Research Network showcases the breadth and depth of cancer research taking place on the Norwich Research Park, improving links between scientists, clinicians and research bodies and driving high quality research and open communication.
Visit the Norwich Cancer Network website to find out more
Microbes in Norwich showcases the wide variety of microbiological research taking place on the Norwich Research Park, improving links between researchers and research bodies and driving high quality research and open communication between scientists.
Visit the Microbes in Norwich website to find out more