The Royal Norfolk Show may have been cancelled this year but we are keen that the ‘show must go on’ and are recreating the Innovation Hub experience virtually. It will offer an opportunity to drop in remotely to hear a topical discussion and discuss an emerging technology or a challenge directly with a technologist or researcher.
3D printing of masks and ventilator parts and repurposing facilities to make hand sanitiser gel for the NHS in Norfolk and beyond are some of the UEA projects
Climate and viticulture experts have identified nearly 35,000 hectares of prime viticultural land for new and expanding vineyards
To understand which flowers are important for bees, scientists from the Earlham Institute (EI), with the University of East Anglia (UEA), have developed a new method to rapidly identify the sources of bee pollen.
Greg Clark, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy announced 28th June 2019 the successful projects that will be awarded funding under the Transforming Food Production, including 19 Agri-Tech East members
The University of East Anglia (UEA) will demonstrate how mitigation measures can limit the amount of nutrients and pesticides that end up in the river at