|Headquarters||Lawrence Weaver Road, Cambridge, England|
|Patron||Queen Elizabeth II|
The National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB) is a plant science research company based in Cambridge, UK.
The NIAB group consists of:
NIAB was founded in 1919 by Sir Lawrence Weaver. The original Huntingdon Road headquarters building was opened in 1921, by King George V and Queen Mary.
NIAB operates 11 regional centres throughout England:
A 12th centre was expected to open at Cirencester (Gloucestershire) in 2020.