Scientists at the University of East Anglia have made an advance in breast cancer research.
Experts from the University of East Anglia have helped put together a report looking at how extreme weather is affecting our countryside.
A pioneering treatment has been developed at the University of East Anglia to help people with a stammer.
Two arrests have been made this evening following reports of an attempted armed robbery at a university campus.
Norfolk Police have confirmed they are at the scene of a live incident at the University of East Anglia in Norwich.
A spokesman said two people had been detained but was unable to release any more information.
One of our biggest universities is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
The University of East Anglia in Norwich is perhaps as well known for its architecture as it is for its academic achievements.
In half a century the UEA has become an integral part of the Norfolk economy contributing more than £150 million a year and employing more than 3,500 staff.
The university has an impressive alumni - comedians Paul Whitehouse and Arthur Smith, Doctor Who actor, Matt Smith and a long legacy of award winning authors including the current Chancellor of the UEA, Rose Tremain.
Police are to return to the lake at the University of East Anglia in Norwich where a woman's body was found last week to carry out further searches.
The woman was fully clothed when she was discovered floating face down in the water. She had short dark brown hair which had been dyed auburn or dark red and was in her late thirties or early forties.
Yesterday (Monday) police released a photo of the black and flower printed dress she was wearing when her body was discovered.
A primary schools expert from the University of East Anglia will today call on education secretary Michael Gove to withdraw his plans for a new curriculum.
Senior lecturer and researcher Sue Cox will deliver a petition of more than 2,000 names to the minister. She says the education secretary's current proposals will fail children.
The petition includes signatures from teacher, parents, grandparents and university professors. They believe the Government's plans for a new curriculum has not taken into account the experience and expertise of the teaching profession.
The University of East Anglia will help Norfolk and Suffolk school children learn about cutting edge research thanks to a new multi million pound funding deal. It is one of 12 universities to benefit from a share of Research Councils UK funding.
The three-year project will see the UEA working with City of Norwich School as a lead partner, along with Wymondham High School, Attleborough High School, Archbishop Sancroft High School in Harleston, Thetford Academy and the Norwich School.
Suffolk schools involved include the Kesgrave and Farlingaye Teaching Alliance.
The aim is to motivate young people from a diversity of backgrounds to be excited about cutting edge research and raise their aspirations for further study and future lives.
Researchers at the University of East Anglia are looking for volunteers for a study examining whether cardiovascular health can be improved by consuming the omega-3 fatty acids found in oily fish and fish oil supplements.
Researchers are looking for men aged 35-55 who are non-smokers and without a history of heart disease, diabetes or cancer. They also cannot be taking blood pressure or cholesterol-lowering drugs, or omega-3 supplements.
– Prof Anne-Marie Minihane, University of East Anglia
"Recent evidence indicates that part of the reason omega-3 fatty acids benefit humans is because they improve the 'elasticity' of major arteries. This could help to prevent heart disease and stroke and other health problems such as dementia, and the volunteers in this study will be instrumental in advancing current knowledge in this area."
Man-made saltmarshes in Norfolk and Essex are not providing wildlife with as good a home as their natural counterparts.
Scientists from the University of East Anglia claim that some of the created marshes aren't offering enough biodiversity.
The RSPB, which manages many of the saltmarshes, says they're an important way of supporting and protecting species.