The University of East Anglia (UEA) is internationally renowned for its research excellence, ranking in the UK Top 10 and World Top 50 for research impact through research citations by other scholars (Times Higher World Rankings, 2022).
UEA is at the heart of the economy of Norfolk and Suffolk, working with businesses, industry partners and policy makers across all sectors to help this research have a practical, real-world application and wider impact beyond academia.
Specialisms include health and nutrition, environmental and biological sciences, responses to climate change, understanding consumer behaviour, competition and regulation, and data.
UEA has strong collaborative research links across Norwich Research Park. This includes Norwich Institute of Healthy Ageing (NIHA) which develops and implements strategies to promote sustained population behaviour change to improve physical and mental wellbeing.
UEA is also a partner in the Norwich Institute for Sustainable Development which unites researchers working across environmental, plant, microbial, food, health and social sciences to enable equitable, food secure and sustainable futures.
UEA is developing a new Food Innovation Cluster (as part of the Broadland Food Innovation Project) to promote knowledge exchange, collaboration and innovation, driving economic growth of the food and drink sector in the East of England and raising the profile of the region’s food and drink offerings regionally, nationally and internationally.
UEA offers a wide range of opportunities to support businesses to grow, recruit talent, and access new funding, markets and ideas. This includes facilities, networks, and the opportunity to access student and graduate talent and collaborate with world-leading researchers. Find out more at www.uea.ac.uk/business or by following us on Twitter twitter.com/UEAforBusiness and LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/showcase/uea-for-business.
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