The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are to visit the University of East Anglia in NorwichRead the full story ›
A team of Norwich-based computer scientists are programming computers to lip read bringing a whole new meaning to watching what you say.
It's hoped the technology may be useful in helping solve crimes by determining what people are saying in situations where the audio is not good enough to hear such as CCTV footage.
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Cheerleading has the potential to challenge traditional ideas about gender, according to researchers at the University of East Anglia.Read the full story ›
A postgraduate from the UEA has been offered a place on NASA's research team in Northern California.Read the full story ›
If you were to list this year's sporting World Cup venues you probably wouldn't include Norwich.
But the city has been playing host this week to the University World Cup.... in Korfball. Teams from Europe and the Far East are involved.
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Norwich South is one of the four seats in the Anglia region that the Lib Dems won in 2010 but they have a majority of just 310 votes.Read the full story ›
Researchers in Norwich say releasing genetically-engineered fruit flies in the wild could be a cheap alternative to using pesticides.
Scientists at the University of East Anglia found increasing the male population by releasing the modified insects could reduce the overall population - making it a cost-effective and environmentally-friendly way to control pests.
Mediterranean fruit flies infest more than 300 types of fruits, vegetables and nuts.
The latest results of the annual National Student Survey are out and our region's universities have once again performed well.
The University of East Anglia in Norwich has been ranked joint third out of all mainstream English universities.
Cambridge, Essex and the Open University are also celebrating after coming joint sixth.
The survey rates student satisfaction based on factors including teaching, academic support and personal development.
One of the region's biggest art centres has been shortlisted for the country's top museum prize
The Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts at the University of East Anglia in Norwich is one of six finalists in the running for the Museum of the Year.
The centre was redesigned last year, and staged a special exhibition celebrating the best of the region's cultural and artistic heritage.
The University of East Anglia has announced a new Vice-Chancellor.
Professor David Richardson is currently Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Professor of Bacterial Biochemistry at UEA. He will take over in September 2014 when the current Vice-Chancellor Professor Edward Acton retires.
Professor Richardson said. "I'm delighted and honoured to have been appointed as UEA's next Vice-Chancellor. UEA has played an important part in my working life and I am determined to take it from strength to strength."