Research Facilities

IFR's research scientists have access to a varienty of supporting technologies:

The Analytical Sciences Unit

The Analytical Sciences Unit (ASU) provides specialist expertise and state-of-the-art equipment in bioimaging down to the nanoscale, as well as in bioinformatics, statistics and metabolite analysis. In addition to supporting science at the IFR and beyond, the ASU is developing new analytical techniques to address new and emerging food related problems, such as food authenticity.

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The Human Nutrition Unit

The Human Nutrition Unit gives IFR researchers the opportunity to carry out food intervention trials with human volunteers to investigate the effects of food on human health.

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Norwich Research Park Research Facilities

As a partner of the Norwich Research Park, the IFR benefits from being in close proximity to the expertise and facilities of the other partners. These world class research facilities are easily accessible and include biomedical facilities, genomics, bioinformatics, metabolomics and chemical and structural studies.

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