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Researchers at the UEA are helping to design a robotic boat capable of surviving the extreme temperatures of the Antarctic.

Norfolk’s cultural champions were celebrated in style on Friday night at a glittering ceremony at Norwich Cathedral.

A radical feminist who caused outrage after posting controversial stickers around the UEA and Norwich claims the messages were not transphobic.

When she first met Finnish rock band The Rasmus backstage at the University of East Anglia (UEA), Natasha Leggett was literally speechless.

Tributes have been paid to a student known for his lovely nature and sense of humour.

A student who died in his accommodation at the University of East Anglia (UEA) has been named.

The NHS’ research arm, the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) has teamed up with the University of East Anglia (UEA) to create a patient survey for people affected by a language impairment which can be caused by a stroke.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has joined others in paying his respects to Patricia Hollis, Baroness Hollis of Heighman who has died aged 77 after a long illness.

The new science and engineering facility, built by local construction firm RG Carter, features lecture theatres, seminar rooms, laboratories and a collaboration space for staff, students and visitors.

Climate change could spell disaster for drinkers – causing a global beer shortage and potentially doubling the price of a pint, warned Norwich researchers.

Stickers posted by a radical feminist around the University of East Anglia (UEA) have been labelled as transphobic by students.

Two university students from Norwich have delivered first aid training for a major car maker after setting up their own business.

From Lady Lord Mayors to pop industry excess and a floating library, there’s energy and imagination to thrill and delight in 2018

The big tie of the Norfolk Senior Cup third round has teed up a trip to Thurlow Nunn Premier Division rivals Wroxham for Norwich United.

Updated: Student, 20, dies at UEA

Friday, October 12, 2018

The University of East Anglia (UEA) has confirmed a 20-year-old student has died at its campus.

A “provocative” vision for how Norwich city centre needs to adapt to keep up with the changing times is to be published.

A mystery illness is killing East Anglia’s hares – sparking a call for the public to report sick animal sightings and help researchers diagnose the disease.

Breast cancer research backed by a local charity will begin next January at Norwich Research Park.

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH), Spire Norwich Hospital and the University of East Anglia (UEA) are taking part in CAPAbility, a clinical trial investigating how two different type of commonly used total knee implants compare in term of performance and functional abilities.

A revolutionary drug test developed from research carried out at the University of East Anglia (UEA) can detect four classes of drugs in traces of sweat found in a fingerprint - and the technology works on both the living and dead.

A Norwich social enterprise will be sharing the value of community work for businesses as part of a national social media campaign.

Pro-life campaigners from across the country descended on a small Norfolk village this weekend in an annual pilgrimage.

Families living close to the University of East Anglia say recent changes to parking permit zones have made it nigh-on impossible to park near their home.

A Norwich wealth management firm has welcomed three new recruits to its team.

One of Norfolk’s most remarkable companies has celebrated its win of a Queens Award for Enterprise by launching its ‘Industry Accelerator’ Training Academy.

Raise your steins in the air as Oktoberfest Norwich returns to the city this weekend.

An MP has praised a north Norfolk school which is part of a national scheme to bring university-style education to high school students for its “amazing progress”.

The largest inflatable indoor fun park in the UK arrives in Norwich this weekend.

Three super-fast bus routes, cleaner buses and smart ticketing could be on the way to Norwich after the city was shortlisted to get a share of £840m of government cash.

From Einstein to one of the world’s biggest computers, and from the discovery of oxygen to the birth of radio, radar and ready-meals - meet the people and marvel at the discoveries that have put our region at the forefront of science

Young people in Norfolk are being encouraged to ask about allergens when buying food, after figures revealed up to 8pc of children could suffer from a food allergy.

From a trip into space with astronaut Tim Peake to making a robot obey your commands - here’s how to take part in Norwich Science Festival 2018.

Heptahare was crowned as Norfolk’s favourite GoGoHare, now we want to know which of the moongazers are your favourite.

The University of East Anglia’s has come 15th in The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.

The father of a 19-year-old Suffolk girl who died from anorexia fears many more patients have died as a result of how eating disorders are still treated.

Up-and-coming environmental engineers have been given the chance to design and plan their own windfarm at a three day event run by the University of East Anglia, in partnership with Vatenfall and 3DWebtech.

Students from the University of East Anglia (UEA) have launched a first-of-its-kind wellbeing app to help their peers understand their emotions, develop coping strategies, and access the support they need, in time for the new university term.

The first clinical trials at a state-of-the-art building in Norwich are set to begin as the first research volunteers are welcomed to the Quadram Institute.

A science fiction writer and tutor picks some inspirational East Anglian sci-fi people and places

A new play taking a fly-on-the-wall look at the private lives of a group of suffragettes will be taking the stage at the newly-relaunched Wells Maltings centre, as part of a tour of East Anglian venues.

Productivity improvement in East Anglia will require changes in organisational behaviour as much as mechanical processes, a conference has heard.

The history of Dereham during the Victorian times is featured in a newly published book which looks at the life of a former vicar of the town.

A trailblazing physiotherapist who turned around the a hospital department she admitted was “worse than average” has died.

An environmental campaign group has expressed concern over the proposed phasing of Norwich Rugby Club’s move to a university.

The negative stereotypes around disability were challenged as Norfolk Disability Pride promoted positivity, with the help of the first paralysed man to complete the London Marathon.

He was famous as a Victorian circus owner and was then immortalised in a song by The Beatles.

University of East Anglia graduate Katie Fisher loves social psychology, so much so that she is crafting a career out of it.

Booker Prize winner John Banville on alter-ego Benjamin Black, why he hates summer, the beauty of a dishwasher manual and Norwich’s one-way systems

A former University of East Anglia (UEA) lecturer has pleaded not guilty to two charges of raping a girl under the age of 13, and nine other offences against girls.

The new chairman of a county’s healthcare watchdog has vowed to push for more money to be given to the NHS.

A jury has been sworn in for the trial of a man accused of murdering a woman in Norwich.

A food hut serving Indian snacks and meals is to open its doors at a Norwich university.

Safeguarding the mental wellbeing of health and social care staff will be discussed by the region’s NHS trusts and charities at a conference organised by the University of East Anglia (UEA), which will take place today (Friday).

New nursing role launched

Thursday, September 6, 2018

The first 70 students have begun training for an new role which it is hoped will further improve the care which people in Norfolk and Waveney receive while helping increase capacity within the NHS and social care workforce.

Video: Allotments are for sharing in Norwich

Thursday, September 6, 2018

A community of gardeners in Norwich has grown from one man’s allotment to a harvest of fruit, veg and friendship

Two University of East Anglia (UEA) graduates have teamed up to launch an online health hub, where patients can talk to a pharmacist or order medication from their phone.

The Eastern Daily Press has appointed Eleanor Pringle as business writer.

Burning toast, climbing a Christmas tree, and swimming in the lake.

When Norfolk primary school teachers Courtenay and Joey Caston decided to 
buy a house, they never imagined they would be spending every spare moment doing everything from knocking down walls to realigning a chimney. Property editor Caroline Culot went along to find out more about the renovation project.

Investment in clean technologies is picking up following a “rocky” period for private funding – and organisations in East Anglia are being urged to show their support.

If your garden is short on space, a living wall might offer you a new way to breathe life, and colour, into your patch.

Voting is now open for the EDP People’s Choice Awards as part of the Norfolk Arts Awards 2018.

A retiree who left the London property industry for a quiet life in Norfolk has found himself back in the housing game.

The UK’s largest touring inflatable indoor fun park is heading to Norwich.

The death of a childhood friend to a rare form of cancer inspired a Norwich researcher to strive for a cure for the disease - and help sufferers on our doorstep.

A man accused of murdering a 49-year-old woman in Norwich is due to stand trial next month.

The UEA says it remains committed to Norwich Rugby Club’s proposed despite the plans being put on hold.

A team of researchers, including two Norfolk postgraduate students, have rediscovered one of the rarest birds in the world.

A former University of East Anglia (UEA) professor known for his meticulous blackboard handwriting has died aged 87.

The secrets of Great Yarmouth’s Victorian society will be televised this week as BBC4 dig through rubbish across time.

Controversial plans to relocate Norwich Rugby Club to the UEA have been put on hold.

A north Norfolk student who battled cancer during his A-levels has achieved two A grade results.

Nervous faces of students turning up to school in Lowestoft and Southwold transformed into jubilation and delight as they received their A-level and BTEC results.

Staff and students at schools in north Norfolk have celebrated “amazing” and “outstanding” exam results despite changes to the course structure.

Initial fears and nerves were replaced with smiles and celebration as students across West Norfolk receive their A-Level results.

Straddling the Norfolk and Suffolk border, The Brecks is one of the most unusual lowland landscapes in the UK and one of its most important areas for wildlife.

A paedophile law lecturer who went on the run as he battled to evade justice has been arrested in Romania.

Would you like a fridge which orders your groceries for you or cooking appliances which help you prepare food more healthily?

A trio of influential Norfolk-born figures have been named as the top 25 women who changed the world.

The first day of the complete closure of the B1108 Watton Road between the A47 and Hethersett Lane is causing congestion in Norwich.

Entertainer Barry Chuckle, one half of the famous comedy duo the Chuckle Brothers, has died.

A true champion of film and one of the key figures behind Norwich’s Cinema City for more than 20 years has died.

Striking figures, iconic architecture and geometric masterpieces await visitors to the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts’ Sculpture Park. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more.

Get ready to rock as You Me At Six has added a Norwich date to their 10th anniversary tour.

A new funding pot of nearly a million pounds is being made available to boost high-growth businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Thousands of patients could be relieved of dizziness sooner after a pioneering project was given an £850,000 boost.

A historian who championed and wrote about the history Norfolk’s rural farm workers has died.

Rush hour traffic on the NDR is partly blocked after a crash near a roundabout this morning.

Jessica Frank-Keyes will never know whether a donated liver would have saved her father’s life, which was cruelly cut short nearly 10 years ago.

Families had a great time being creative together during a special day at Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts.

The Norfolk Wildlife Trust has been celebrating the amazing nature that the county has on offer by touring some of the 60 wildlife commons as part of the Wildlife in Common project.

Businesses, charities, communities and individuals have pulled together to back the special day which takes place on Friday, July 27.

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) and the University of East Anglia (UEA) hosted the first European masterclass on minimally invasive inguinal lymph node dissection and hands-on cadaveric training –specialist procedures used for penile cancer patients.

Pop band All Saints will be heading to Norwich as part of their newly announced Testament tour later this year.

Expect belly laughs and a brilliant line-up of comedy as Laugh in the Park returns to Norwich for 2018.

Figures have revealed a popularity boom in certain Norwich university courses over the last 20 years - including a 260pc rise in marketing students.

Today’s extreme weather conditions could become normal over time, according to a University of East Anglia expert.

An organiser of Norfolk’s answer to Edinburgh Fringe has said it will probably feature the strongest comedy line up in the country on Saturday.

Promoting body positivity and clothing for fuller figures can help fight stigma and boost self esteem. Can it really be true that it can lead people to underestimate their weight? Sheena Grant reports.

Starting a new business can be a daunting prospect, but one Norfolk used car salesman is pushing his high-growth firm from strength to strength to meet rising demand.

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