The John Innes Centre and The Sainsbury Laboratory have been awarded £1m to progress plans to develop a world-leading plant and microbial research hub on the Norwich Research Park.
The award, announced by UK Research & Innovation (UKRI), is part…
To celebrate their 75th anniversary of The Microbiology Society, they're undertaking a project entitled 'A Sustainable Future'.
As part of this project, John Innes Centre scientists Alba Pacheco-Moreno, who is a PhD student and Dr Jacob Malone, a Group Leader in…
We have a rapidly closing window of time in which to address three critical challenges facing society and the planet that sustains us.
Healthy Plants, Healthy People, Healthy Planet (HP3) is our vision for achieving a safer, healthier and more…
To mark the first National Plant Health Week Professor Mark Banfield leader of the Plant Health Institute Strategic Programme at the John Innes Centre assesses recent developments in plant immunity and argues that we need to develop interdisciplinary approaches to…
Cover crops can improve soil health, but there’s a catch. Anglia Farmer's Judith Tooth talked to soil ecologist Marco Fioratti Junod to find out more.
The benefit to soil health of growing cover crops is at least partly offset by…
Professor Dale Sanders, Director of the John Innes Centre speaks about the HP3 vision in the Summer 2020 edition of the John Innes Centre’s Advances magazine.
“We have a rapidly closing window of time to address three challenges facing society and…
A future vision delivering solutions to global challenges.
'Healthy Plants, Healthy People, Healthy Planet' or 'HP3' is an ambitious vision to secure a safer, healthier and more sustainable future through the power of plant and microbial science.
HP3 is a vision unveiled by the John Innes Centre and The Sainsbury Laboratory.…