The key to maintaining us as centres of excellence is our ability to attract, train and retain high quality staff, not only scientists and students but also a diverse range of other disciplines.
The Norwich BioScience Institutes conduct world-leading fundamental and strategic research relating plant science, microbiology, harnessing food for health and controlling food-related disease. The organisations form a dynamic, stimulating and friendly environment for PhD training. Students are registered for their PhDs with the adjoining University of East Anglia and have full access to the University's social and academic life. With over 120 PhD students and over 150 postdoctoral trainees, we provide an excellent environment for postgraduate training and research.