UEA+Moves is now a month old and while it’s harder to build up points on it right now, there are still a number of ways you can get active during the lockdown while still obeying government guidelines.
As scientists across the globe search to find the key to a potential solution to the coronavirus problem, the University of East Anglia (UEA) has offered up its computing capacity to an international project which could help develop potentially life-saving therapies.
UEA graduate, Chloe Cox, has been longlisted for the Jackson's Painting Prize 2020 - a highly prestigious and competitive competition for artists worldwide and needs your vote to kick-start her career as an artist.
Budding young creatives will have the chance to let their imaginations run wild in creative writing challenges set by well-known authors in UEA’s online version of the Festival of Literature for Young People (FLY) launching on Monday (6 April).
The efforts of the UEA community have been recognised in a national campaign highlighting the role universities are playing in the fight against COVID-19, which launches today on World Health Day (7 April).
Enlitened have partnered with the UK’s student mental health charity, Student Minds, to bring their expert advice and support to students. UEA is currently the only university in the country to offer Enlitened to all undergraduate students.
Prof Philpott recently wrote the following article for The Conversation about how a sudden loss of smell and taste could be an early symptom of COVID-19. Since the article was published last Friday it has become the most read article in the past year and the third most read article since 2011.
The 2020 Republic Consciousness prize, half-funded by UEA through the Publishing Project, has been awarded to Fitzcarraldo Editions for the novel Animalia by Jean-Baptiste Del Amo, translated by Frank Wynne.
With normal routines out the window, it can be a difficult time to stay motivated and create a new fitness routine to stick to. Whether you were previously a Zumba regular, or the local yoga class was your weekly go-to, everyone is now looking for new ways to exercise in the comfort their homes.
As the UK rallies around to try and support the nation’s tireless NHS staff, UEA’s students in medicine, nursing and occupational therapy have been doing their own bit to lend a helping hand by providing childcare for key healthcare workers.