UEA breakthrough could protect against breast cancer progression
Leading scientists have identified a possible link between antibiotic use and the speed of breast cancer growth in mice, and identified a type of immune cell...
Ambitious research to study fundamental earth and environmental science questions
The University of East Anglia is leading one of five innovative new research projects that could push the boundaries of science and help us understand key...
£1.4 million UEA project to improve flu jab uptake in care home staff
Researchers at the University of East Anglia are launching a project to increase the number of care home staff that take up the flu vaccine.
Indigenous and local communities key to successful nature conservation
Indigenous Peoples and local communities provide the best long-term outcomes for conservation, according to new research from UEA's School of International...
Success in Times Higher Education rankings sees UEA rise to five-year high
The reach of University of East Anglia’s (UEA’s) research around the world was ranked in the global top 50, as part of an international rankings table that saw...
UEA part of international team measuring how the Arctic responds to climate change
Researchers at the University of East Anglia have helped develop a new way to measure how Arctic plants respond to climate change.
Bereaved young people given sporting support in summer holiday programme at UEA Sportspark
Children in Norfolk will be offered bereavement support in the form of sport and physical activity at UEA Sportspark.