Ian Wood, 26, a PhD student at The Institute of Food Research, Norwich, is attending Parliament to present his science to a range of politicians and a panel of expert judges, as part of SET for Britain on Monday 17 March. Ian’s poster is on research into using oilseed rape straw for bioethanol production, and [...]
The closing date for applications to the Norwich Biosciences Doctoral Training Programme has now passed. However, we welcome applications from students who have or hope to gain scholarships or wish to self-fund their studies. For more details see: http://www.ifr.ac.uk/students/search/details.asp?id=1007 Future studentships will be advertised here: http://www.ifr.ac.uk/students/search/current_opps.asp Norwich Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) programme The [...]
The latest group of IFR PhD students are receiving their degrees at the University of East Anglia’s Congregation Ceremony 2013. In a series of articles we look at some of these student’s research and impacts. Training research scientists for the food and health sector is part of the mission of the IFR. The sustainability of [...]
As part of National Science & Engineering Week, four postgraduate students from the Institute of Food Research and the John Innes Centre, presented their research to an appreciative audience. Research topics covered purple foods and heart disease, the wild west inside our guts, antibiotics from insect bacteria and sticky bacteria. Watch the presentations Purple up [...]
Tuesday 19th March 2013 Institute of Food Research Doors open 18:30 As part of National Science & Engineering Week, some of Norwich’s brightest young scientists are talking about their work on combatting heart disease, discovering new antibiotics, battling bacteria and the bugs in our bodies. The scientists of the future step up to the plate to [...]
The Institute of Food Research is offering a number of PhD projects through the new Norwich Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) programme which involves five world-class research institutions based on the Norwich Research Park. This new PhD training programme is supported by Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) who recognise Norwich as a major centre for biosciences research in the UK. [...]
- How gut bacteria stick around to help keep us healthy 22 January, 2014
- Evolutionary approach to tackling Salmonella 5 February, 2014
- International recognition for IFR scientist 24 March, 2014
- New resources deliver insights into Salmonella’s virulence 25 March, 2014
- BBSRC Research Experience Studentships 26 March, 2014
- Total Food 2014 2 April, 2014
- New yeast species travelled the globe with a little help from the beetles 1 April, 2014
- Crowdsourcing raises vital funds for ME research 31 March, 2014
- Strictly yeast 28 March, 2014
- Mysteries of the Yeast 27 March, 2014
- Evolutionary approach to tackling Salmonella | ...: […] The Institute of Food Research is please...
- How gut bacteria stick around to help keep us h...: […] Nathalie Juge and her group have found t...
- Reducing sugar in foods – how IFR is help...: […] […]...
- How bacteria with a sweet tooth may keep us healthy - The Almagest: […] Story Source […]...
- Reducing food waste | News from the Institute o...: […] […]...
Search by tag
IFR on Facebook
Tweeting since 20 August, 2009