Loss of nature is pushing nations toward sovereign credit downgrades and ‘bankruptcy’
The world's first biodiversity-adjusted sovereign credit ratings show how ecological destruction affects public finances – driving downgrades, debt crises and...
Soviet-Ukrainian novelist and Fast Show comedian take centre stage at Noirwich Crime Writing Festival
The ninth Noirwich Crime Writing Festival returns in September, with a special line-up announced today (Wednesday 22 June) featuring an award-winning...
How sleep could help stroke patients make a better recovery
Researchers at UEA are launching a new study to see how sleep can help stroke recovery.
New report highlights the need for investment in NHS staff wellbeing
Poor mental health and wellbeing costs the NHS an estimated £12.1 billion a year, new research suggests.
UEA receives funding boost for research projects
Projects which support early-stage translation of research to real impacts will benefit from new funding awards.
Academic awarded prestigious Future Leaders Fellowship
Dr John-Mark Philo, from UEA’s School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing, has been awarded £1.2 million by UK Research and Innovation's Future Leaders...
Wreck of historic royal ship discovered off the English coast
The wreck of one of the most famous ships of the 17th century has been discovered off the coast of Norfolk in the UK, it can be revealed today.