Dr Nicola J Patron
The Earlham Institute
Norwich Research Park
We are looking for an enthusiastic post-doctoral scientist to work on an exciting new project aiming for bio-based production of insect sex pheromones. Contact Nicola for more details, or read more about the position and submit an application HERE. Apply by February 20th, 2018.
The Earlham Institute specialises in genomics technologies and bioinformatics to deliver programmes leading to improved food security, advances in industrial biotechnology and improved human health and wellbeing.
The Institute is located on the Norwich Research Park (NRP) which has an excellent reputation for research in plant and microbial sciences, interdisciplinary environmental science and food, diet and health. Set in over 230 hectares of parkland, the Norwich Research Park is a thriving community of several research institutes over 40 businesses, 3,000 scientists, researchers and clinicians.
Norwich is the capital of East Anglia. A cathedral city on the River Wensum, it retains many of its medieval structures, including the Norwich Lanes, parts of the ancient city walls and a wealth of historic buildings. The Norman Cathedral has magnificent Cloisters and a large Cathedral Close. The Castle has a 12th century keep prominently overlooking the city. Norwich is England’s first UNESCO city of literature and hosts a large arts festival and several beer festivals. The spectacular North Norfolk Coast and the Norfolk Broads National Park are both easily accessible from the city.