TSL Brand Guidelines

TSL_logo_preview_default

 

 

Download our complete brand guidelines here and find our boilerplate at the bottom of this page.

TSL Logos

The following graphic files are available for the TSL core and enhanced logos. These logos should not be altered or recoloured.

The blue used in our branding and in our logo is RGB 42 83 149.

Please contact mia.cerfonteyn@tsl.ac.uk for other file specifications.

Click links below to open images in a new tab/window.

1. jpg – blue on white background

a. original core logo 1,300 x 712
b. enhanced logo 1,300 x 951

2. png – blue, white or black on transparent background

Blue
a. original core logo 1,300 x 712
b. enhanced logo 1,300 x 951

White
a. original core logo 1,300 x 712
b. enhanced logo 1,300 x 951

Black
a. original core logo 1,300 x 712
b. enhanced logo 1,300 x 951

 

 

 

 

Although use of the above logos is preferred, a landscape version is also available.

TSL_logo_preview_landscape

1. jpg – blue on white background

a. landscape 3,235 x 587

2. png – blue, white or black on transparent background

a. blue landscape 3,235 x 587

b. white landscape 3,235 x 587

c. black landscape 3,235 x 587

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About The Sainsbury Laboratory

The Sainsbury Laboratory (tsl.ac.uk) is an independent research institute that focuses on plant health for a sustainable future. It makes fundamental scientific discoveries in molecular plant-microbe interactions and applies these to reduce crop losses caused by plant diseases, particularly in low-income countries. Around one hundred and twenty staff and students work and study at the Laboratory which is located on the Norwich Research Park, United Kingdom. The Laboratory is generously supported by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation and by the University of East Anglia, wins competitive grants from the BBSRC, ERC and other research grant funding bodies and, for some research programmes, is funded by commercial companies. Established in 1987, highlights of The Sainsbury Laboratory include: discovery of RNA interference in plants by Prof. Sir David Baulcombe FRS as recognised by the Lasker Award and the Wolf Prize in Agriculture, discovery of the first immune receptor in plants by Prof. Jonathan Jones FRS, three current Group Leaders are Fellows of the Royal Society, and five researchers who have been on the Highly Cited Researchers list of top 1% scientists in the world since 2018.