80-year-old medical mystery that caused baby deaths solved
Researchers at the University of East Anglia have solved an 80-year-old medical mystery that causes kidney damage in children and can be fatal in babies.
There may be more power in the hand of the worker than previously thought
Employers who disproportionately punish striking workers may be acting unlawfully, according to new research from the University of East Anglia.
HRT could ward off Alzheimer’s among at-risk women
Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) could help prevent Alzheimer’s Dementia among women at risk of developing the disease – according to University of East Anglia...
HSC apprentice shortlisted for finalist in prestigious awards
Occupational therapist apprentice, Heidi Crisp has been shortlisted as one of three finalist for Apprentice of the Year in the Norfolk Apprenticeship Awards.
New research grant will investigate novel organic materials
Prof Andy Cammidge (CHE) and colleagues have been awarded £800k from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council to investigate the synthesis of new...
UEA praised for 'outstanding' work on climate research
Sir James Bevan, Chief Executive of the Environment Agency, praised UEA’s outstanding work on climate research and highlighted the need to focus on climate...