To better define the bioeconomy in Norfolk, Suffolk and the wider East of England, GoBio have now mapped two of the ten future sectors in the Our Bioeconomy Future series of reports:

  • Biomedical diagnostics, including biotechnology and med-tech approaches to diagnosing disease, and the researchers and engineers in the wider supply chain;
  • Advanced biomaterials like polymers, fibres and biocomposites, and the opportunity of these lightweight sustainable materials for our regional composites business cluster.

To receive the reports in full or find out more about how we’re going to use this data to grow our regional bioeconomy, please email Sector Development Manager Aaron Hunter at