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At up to £60 a cup, kopi luwak is one of the rarest and most expensive kinds of coffee in the world – it is also one with perhaps the oddest source. The coffee is made out of the beans from partially digested coffee berries that have been eaten and… umm… defecated by Asian palm […]

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The Norwich Research Park, based in East Anglia, is one of the UK Innovation & Science Seed Fund’s four campus research partners. Funded by the BBSRC, the Norwich Research Park is one of Europe’s’ leading centres for food, health and environmental research, with an annual research spend of over £100 million. Companies Based at the […]

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    Synthetic biology is a new and exciting cross-disciplinary field that combines engineering approaches and mindsets with chemistry, computing and biological research, allowing scientists to design and engineer organisms to carry out new roles, for example synthesising products not normally found in nature. These approaches could have an impact across a wide range of […]

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