Spotlight on... The Centre for Japanese Studies

What is a 16,000-year-old Japanese pot doing in Norwich?

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Building momentum for a strong COP26

How can the science community help make COP26 a success? Prof Corinne Le Quéré explains

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Wild Tracks

Go behind the scenes at the recording of Prof Steve Waters' radio drama Song of the Reed

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What is lifelong learning and why does it matter?

Gemma Standen, Widening Participation Officer for Mature Students, writes about the changing post-18 educational landscape and explains how UEA are supporting...

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Working with words

Dolly Carter, a second year student reading BA English Literature and Creative Writing, shares her experience of attending - and working on - Working With Words. 

Lockdown voices

Capturing the physical and mental health of the nation in lockdown

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A Toolkit for the Future

How to change the post-pandemic world for the better according to researchers at UEA

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Refugee Week: ‘Art has the power to inspire positive social change’

Emma Skeet shares plans for this year's UEA Refugee Week

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New beginnings, Alternative Endings

Xav Sinden, Dom Fraser and Callum Dineen are the three members of The Year in Pictures. All International Relations and Politics students, they met at UEA in...

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UEA Alumni in 2020 - part 4

In the final instalment we share the story of the Biological Sciences graduate leading the Oxford vaccine, of a proud social worker advocating for her...