How eating less in early life could help with reproduction later on
Switching from a restricted diet to eating as much as you like could be beneficial for reproduction in later life, according to new UEA research.
Wildlife conservation and economically viable land use are compatible
Wildlife conservation on land that is also economically viable is possible, according to a new study involving the University of East Anglia.
Earthquakes and rainfall lead to increase in landslides in Nepal
Earthquakes and extreme rainfall can lead to a six-fold increase in the rates of rainfall-triggered landslides occurring during Nepal’s monsoon season, according...
Staff wellbeing programmes help social relationships and reduce bullying
Programmes aimed at supporting employees’ health and wellbeing can also benefit their social relationships and reduce bullying, according to a new study...
UEA researchers named in world’s 2021 most highly cited list
Scientists from the University of East Anglia have been named in the annual Highly Cited Researchers list for 2021.
Read November issue of yoUr chEm mAg
The November edition of UEA's Chemistry Magazine is now available.
All systems GROW for UEA's Colombian project
This month saw the largest and most important summit of 2021, COP26. UEA made its presence felt in a number of ways, including showcasing the results of their...