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Scientific Advances in Agriculture

The Earlham Institute (EI) will be hosting the event: ‘Scientific Advances in Agriculture’ in conjunction with Agri-Tech Week 2018 on Monday 5th November on the Norwich Research Park. Experts at the Earlham Institute will be showcasing technologies such as next generation sequencing, high performance computing, in-field technology and the DNA Foundry to address agricultural issues to support farmers, breeders, growers, researchers and the wider industry.

Start date: 05 November 2018
End date: 05 November 2018
Time: 18h00 - 21h30
Venue: Earlham Institute
Organiser: Emily Angiolini


Registration deadline: 24 October 2018
Cost: Free

About the event

What is the workshop about?

In conjunction with Agri-Tech Week 2018 experts at the Earlham Institute (EI) will be showcasing technologies that address agricultural issues that impact the region. EI heads of department and group leaders will discuss insights into biomanufacturing insect pheromones as an alternative method to pest control and factors that impact wheat growth.

There will also be demonstrations of cutting edge technologies including an in-field crop monitoring system and live genome sequencing. Our hope is that this workshop will facilitate connections and discussions between scientists on the Norwich Research Park and the local farming community.


To facilitate a dialogue and foster relationships with the agricultural community. Who could potentially implement EI research to being at the forefront of agricultural processes within the region. By increasing the our understanding of the requirements and interests of the agricultural community. These key stakeholders could potentially implement the scientific research, at EI, to exciting applications; meaning the work at EI would resonate and positively impact the region.

Target audience:

Individuals wanting to be involved with current agri-tech innovations. Meaning this workshop would be of interest to agri-based businesses, that encompasses entrepreneurial farmers, breeders, growers and the wider industry. This workshop would also be of interest to researchers who wish to ascertain how their work could benefit the local agricultural community.



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Register today.

Registration deadline: 24 October 2018

Participation: First come, first served