Report calls for Indigenous Peoples’ knowledge to be included in climate policy
A new report highlights how recognising Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities’ knowledge systems could do more to address climate change.
‘Circles of Stone’ links astonishing prehistoric parallels of Japan and Britain
Rising global temperatures point to widespread drought
Worsening droughts caused by rising global temperatures pose significant risks around the world – according to new research from UEA.
Monkeypox outbreak highlights need for One Health approach to prevent future zoonotic diseases
The outbreak of monkeypox is a warning for the adoption of a preventative, One Health, approach, accoding to research from UEA.
UEA breakthrough reveals how prostate cancer may begin
Researchers at the University of East Anglia have made an important discovery about how prostate cancer may start to develop.
UEA teacher education partnership celebrates good Ofsted outcome
The University of East Anglia (UEA) Initial Teacher Education (ITE) partnership has received a ‘good’ rating across the board, following an Ofsted inspection of...