To celebrate the John Innes Centre’s 50th anniversary in Norwich, local artist Malca Schotten exhibits a collection of science-inspired charcoal art pieces.
Each piece is designed around a different area of cutting-edge research currently being conducted at this centre of global excellence, and aims to convey the life of the people behind the science.
Research areas that are depicted include developing polio vaccines and Zika diagnostics from plants, investigation into wheat disease, ‘yellow rust’ and disease immunity within barley and crops.
The art collection will eventually be installed at the John Innes Centre to commemorate the institute’s move from Bayfordbury to Norwich.
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Saturday 21 – Saturday 28 October
Venue: Sir Isaac Newton Zone
Age: All ages