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How nitrogen-fixing bacteria sense iron

Researchers at the University of East Anglia have discovered how nitrogen-fixing bacteria sense iron - an essential but deadly micronutrient. Some bacteria naturally fix nitrogen from the soil...

Best project prize awarded to 1st year PhD student at the ASCOS Summer School

Carla Arnau del Valle, a UEA Chemistry 1st year PhD student, and Dr María J. Marín attended the Advanced Study Course on Optical Chemical Sensors (ASCOS) Summer School as student and tutor,...

UEA microplastics expert welcomes WHO report

The University of East Anglia scientist that pioneered a test to detect microplastics in water has today welcomed a World Health Organisation report calling for more research into how these tiny...

UEA publication selected as Outstanding Article in Chemical Science

The Chemical Science journal welcomed Professor Serena DeBeer to the journal as an Associate Editor at the end of 2018. Serena’s interests lie in the development and application of spectroscopic...

UEA undergraduate research published in Dalton Transactions special issue

Research conducted by Radoslav Raychev, who graduated in July with a BSc in Chemical Physics, was published in June in Dalton Transactions as part of a special issue “The central role of the...