Showing 10 of 43 news

15th September 2021

Targeting a specific immune cell could protect against antibiotic-induced breast cancer progression

Leading scientists have identified a possible link between antibiotic use and the speed of breast cancer growth in mice, and identified a type of immune cell that could be targeted to reverse it. In a new study funded by Breast Cancer Now, researchers from...

Year in Industry student Bethany Hartley

14th September 2021

My pandemic year in science communication

By Bethany Hartley Over the 2020/21 academic year I worked with the science communication team from the Quadram Institute as part of my year in industry degree to gain skills in science communication and public engagement. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, most of the...


13th September 2021

Meet the kitchen garden of the future: sustainable vertical farming meets personalised nutrition

Sustainable vertical farming and personalised nutrition in the home from kitchen gardens that grow produce to match individual dietary needs.


10th September 2021

Covid-19 Genomic Surveillance in Africa: One Year On

The spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in Africa has been outlined using genomic surveillance, providing insights into how the virus entered and spread across the continent, and how new variants of concern emerged. The findings drawn from 33 countries over the past year have...

Head and shoulders photo of Roberto Zanchi

9th September 2021

Quadram Institute recruits new business development expertise

The Quadram Institute has made two key appointnments to its business development and commercialisation team on the Norwich Research Park. The institute’s mission is to deliver healthier lives through innovation in gut health, microbiology, and food. The Quadram Institute fully opened in 2019 and...


4th August 2021

Colneyvirus: Norfolk village honoured in name of potentially lifesaving virus

Newly named colneyvirus bacteriophages show potential to combat C. difficile infections without causing collateral damage to the microbiome


3rd August 2021

Help, there’s an alien in my park!

Using scientific themes from across the Norwich Research Park, the SAW Trust has produced an inspiring new initiative; a summer adventure activity book. The book, ‘Help, there’s an alien in my park!was given out to 5,000 students in years 4 and 5 across Norfolk...

Front entrance of the Quadram Institute

29th July 2021

Quadram Institute communications team shortlisted for top awards

The Quadram Institute communications team has been shortlisted for three prestigious Chartered Institute of Public Relations awards. The team at the Quadram Institute on the Norwich Research Park has been shortlisted for the awards in the Chartered Institute of Public Relations Pride Awards 2021....


8th July 2021

Norwich gets new research training programme focused on major health challenges

The UK’s Medical Research Council (MRC) is investing in a new programme in Norwich to train researchers of the future to address major societal health challenges such as infection, antimicrobial resistance and studying the microbiome. The new Microbes Microbiomes and Bioinformatics Doctoral Training Partnership,...


5th July 2021

Slower energy release points the way to healthier foods

A project developing healthier foods based on the slower release of energy is set to expand its range of products. Using the latest scientific knowledge of how different types of starch are digested, the project hopes to introduce consumer-focused starchy products that can contribute...


Showing 10 of 43 news