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Data for financial year ending 31 March 2018

Earlham Institute

  • Income

    £18.9M

  • Spending

    £14.7M

  • Status

    Up-to-date

Charity no. 1136213 Company no. 06855533

Contact details

Public address

  • Norwich Research Park, Norwich, Uk, NR4 7UZ

Aims & activities

The advancement of biological & biotechnological science by undertaking & promoting research in biology at the molecular level & the genomic functions of organisms by: generating, analysing & sharing genome sequences; facilitating other researchers by providing access to our data analysis resources & tools; & educating others through comprehensive training programmes, publications & outreach work.

What the charity does

  • Education/training
  • The advancement of health or saving of lives
  • Arts/culture/heritage/science
  • Animals
  • Environment/conservation/heritage
  • Economic/community development/employment

Who the charity helps

  • Other charities or voluntary bodies
  • The general public/mankind

How the charity works

  • Sponsors or undertakes research

Income and Endowments:

£18.9M

Expenditure:

£14.7M

Assets and liabilities

  • £14.3M Own use assets
  • £0.0K Long term investments
  • £0.0K Defined benefit pension scheme asset or liability
  • £21.6M Other assets
  • £10.7M Total liabilities
Financial history
Compliance history

Trading

This charity has one or more trading subsidiaries

Gift aid

Recognised by HMRC for gift aid

Charitable spending ratios

76%
2%
22%

Charitable objects

TO ADVANCE BIOLOGICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCE BY UNDERTAKING AND PROMOTING RESEARCH RELATING TO GENOMES AND THE GENOME FUNCTIONS OF ORGANISMS, IN PARTICULAR BY CARRYING OUT THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES: 1. TO GENERATE AND ANALYSE GENOME SEQUENCES FOR THE FULL RANGE OF LIVING ORGANISMS; 2. TO GENERATE, RECORD AND STORE REFERENCE GENOME SEQUENCES; 3. TO RESEARCH THE WAYS IN WHICH GENOME FUNCTION AND VARIATION MAY BE EXPLOITED FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT; 4. TO DEVELOP AND EXPLOIT GENOMIC TECHNOLOGIES, SO AS TO IDENTIFY AND MEASURE GENOMES AND GENOME PRODUCTS; 5. TO DEVELOP BIOINFORMATICS IN RELATION TO GENOME RESEARCH, AND TO ANALYSE, INTERPRET AND EXPLOIT BIOINFORMATIC DATA IN RELATION TO GENOMES; AND 6. TO ADVANCE EDUCATION BY TRAINING PERSONS ENGAGED IN OR ASSOCIATED WITH GENOMICS, GENOME BIOLOGY, BIO-INFORMATICS AND RELATED SUBJECTS.

Governing document

MEMORANDUM AND ARTICLES INCORPORATED 23 MAR 2009 AS AMENDED BY SPECIAL RESOLUTION(S) DATED 21 MAY 2010 AS AMENDED BY SPECIAL RESOLUTION(S) DATED 01 JUN 2010 AS AMENDED BY SPECIAL RESOLUTION(S) DATED 09 JUN 2011 AS AMENDED BY SPECIAL RESOLUTION(S) DATED 13 JAN 2014 AS AMENDED BY CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION ON CHANGE OF NAME DATED 13 JUN 2016 AS AMENDED BY SPECIAL RESOLUTION(S) DATED 20 DEC 2016

Area of benefit

Undefined. In Practice, National

Organisation type

Standard registration

Policies

Risk management
Investment
Conflicts of interest
Complaints handling
Paying staff

Land And Property

This charity owns and/or leases land or property.

  • 9 Trustees
  • 105 Employees
  • 0 Volunteers

Trustee board

Trustee Other trusteeships Charity status
Terence John Gould None on record
Professor Robbie Waugh None on record
Professor Veronica Van Heyningen Frs The Galton Institute Up-to-date
Prof Dame Janet Maureen Thornton (Chair) None on record
Andrea Finegan None on record
Dr Alasdair Macnab None on record
Jean Beggs The Royal Society Of London For Improving Natural Knowledge (Commonly Known As The Royal Society) Up-to-date
Professor Edward Louis None on record
Amanda Tagg None on record

Areas of operation

List of regions

  • Colombia
  • Throughout England And Wales