ActinoBase was created by the community to share knowledge and resources pertaining to the study of filamentous actinobacteria such as Streptomyces species. It is supported by the Microbiology Society and the international community which meets every three years for the International Symposium on the Biology of Actinomycetes (ISBA). Follow @ISBA2017 for updates on the next meeting. ActinoBase provides media recipes, experimental protocols, plasmid maps and links to other useful online tools. It is curated by Streptomyces researchers from around the world and will enable us to share scientific resources within the existing community and help those who want to study the biology of these bacteria.

Science, Art and Writing Trust. The SAW Trust inspires artistic and scientific endeavour through creative use of science in the classroom. Children realise that science and the arts are interconnected – and they discover new and exciting ways of looking at the world.
Norwich Research Park Image Library. Copyright free images from scientists working across the Norwich Research Park.
StrepDB. The Streptomyces genome database, which is maintained by scientists at the John Innes Centre in Norwich.Includes genomes for the model organisms Streptomyces coelicolorM145, Streptomyces venezuelaeNRRL B-65442 and Streptomyces formicaeKY5.
antiSMASH. The antibiotics & Secondary Metabolite Analysis SHell. antiSMASH allows the rapid genome-wide identification, annotation and analysis of secondary metabolite biosynthesis gene clusters in bacterial and fungal genomes. It integrates and cross-links with a large number of in silico secondary metabolite analysis tools that have been published earlier. AntiSMASH is powered by several open source tools: NCBI BLAST+, HMMer 3, Muscle 3, FastTree, PySVG and JQuery SVG.
Microbes in Norwich showcases the wide variety of microbiological research taking place on the Norwich Research Park, improving links between researchers and research bodies and driving high quality research and open communication between scientists