UEA Research Themes
The translator as creative writer
Celebrating W.S. Graham at 100
Noirwich - the home of crime writing
Motivating water-saving behaviour
Danger on the seas
At the heart of the battle against dementia
Modern Family Working Arrangements in the UK
Pharmaceuticals are big business. Seriously big business.
Sustainable Food Systems
Mexico's Sustainable Cities
Biofortified Potatoes in South America
Volcán de Fuego, Guatemala
A Two City Study of Air Quality in Vietnam
The Stimulate Project
Interventions for Older People
Animal Tracking Technology
Finding the Lost Ones
Watching over you
India’s national government has inappropriately prioritised people for Covid-19 vaccination
India’s national government has inappropriately prioritised people for covid-19 vaccination, argue doctors and researchers in The British Medical Journal today.
UEA to lead an international educational hub
UEA has been successful in its application to the British Council’s Education Partnership Initiative, a competitive funding scheme aimed at supporting...
Climate change increases extreme rainfall and the chance of floods
University of East Anglia climate experts warn that, without urgent action, climate change will continue to cause an increase in the intensity of extreme...
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Since 2018, UEA Research & Innovation Services has held an annual Awards ceremony to recognise and reward UEA staff, students and recent graduates for their research, innovation and enterprise work. For the first time ever, the Innovation & Impact Awards are going online, and we are inviting you to join us for the celebrations! The Awards shine a light on projects that have created significant impact beyond academia and have involved collaborations with partners outside academia such as industry, policy makers and NGOs. Previous winners include student/graduate startups Catching a Fish in Norway, eSurgery, Safepoint and Coral Eyewear. This year’s event will include a keynote from Christie Watson, Professor of Medical and Health Humanities and author of The Courage to Care: A Call for Compassion.