Public Sector: Institute of Food Research ramps up PR

The Institute of Food Research (IFR) in Norwich has appointed two new communications staff as it seeks a higher profile. Jo Belsten, previously a nutrition researcher, has moved to be press and media officer and graduate Helen Penny has been appointed as science communications officer. Belsten will promote scientific activities, while Penny will promote the community projects that have been funded by the Millennium Commission. The two take the communications team, which is managed by Catherine Reynolds, up to five.

The Institute of Food Research (IFR) in Norwich has appointed two

new communications staff as it seeks a higher profile. Jo Belsten,

previously a nutrition researcher, has moved to be press and media

officer and graduate Helen Penny has been appointed as science

communications officer. Belsten will promote scientific activities,

while Penny will promote the community projects that have been funded by

the Millennium Commission. The two take the communications team, which

is managed by Catherine Reynolds, up to five.



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