UEA research showcased at The Royal Norfolk Show

Event Details

Wednesday, 27 June, 2018 (All day) to Thursday, 28 June, 2018 (All day)
Stand 164, President's Avenue opposite the Grand Ring, Norfolk Showground
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Visit UEA at the Royal Norfolk Show to discover our world-leading research, meet our expert academics, and find out how we can collaborate to benefit your business.

UEA's marquee on President’s Avenue (stand 164 opposite the Grand Ring) will host a range of drop-in talks, as well as a showcase of interactive exhibits focusing on different areas of pioneering research from across the University. The schedule of talks and hands-on demonstrations is open to everyone, and no prior knowledge is necessary.



Wednesday 27 June

11:00-11:30: Wellbeing through Working Life (Prof Kevin Daniels and Prof Olga Tregaskis, Norwich Business School)

14:00-14:30: The Agri-tech Revolution: where is it going and how can we involve farmers? (Dr David Rose, School of Environmental Sciences)

15:00-15:30: Superbugs: tackling the global antimicrobial resistance crisis (Prof Laura Bowater leads a panel discussion, Norwich Medical School)


We warmly invite you to drop in for a special Bullards Gin cocktail and to celebrate the stars of the Norfolk Sports Academy and Young Norfolk Sports Academy. Please RSVP to business@uea.ac.uk

Thursday 28 June

11:00-11:30: The new Quadram Institute, Norwich Research Park: at the forefront of a new era of food and health research (Laura Knight, Quadram Institute Bioscience)

14:00-14:30: Detecting concussion in Sport (Dr Michael J Grey, School of Health Sciences)



  • An innovative collaboration displaying contemporary creative responses to Renaissance manuscripts
  • Archaeological finds the Americans left behind in our region after WWII
  • How shopper insight can help food producers and suppliers understand purchasing behaviour
  • How VR technology is helping better detect concussion in sport
  • Interactive games teaching us how we process and recognise faces
  • How you can help in the fight against the “superbugs”
  • Recordings from the East Anglian Film Archive, including vintage footage of our coastline and seaside resorts

UEA will also be exhibiting in the Agri-Tech East Innovation Hub, with a live demonstration of the MoveTech Telemetry wildlife tracker device.


For many of us, our satisfaction with life declines from our late teens until our mid-40s and then starts increasing again as we approach our late 60s – a pattern that suggests our lowest wellbeing happens during our working lives. Is this pattern inevitable? A team of researchers at the University of East Anglia together with researchers at the Universities of Essex, Reading and Sheffield have spent the past three years investigating the actions that can protect and enhance wellbeing looking at wellbeing in working age adults. Join us for this talk to find out more, and if you would like to submit a question in advance for Prof Kevin Daniels and Prof Olga Tregaskis, please email business@uea.ac.uk



Visit UEA at the Royal Norfolk Show to explore the ground-breaking discoveries being made right on your doorstep. You can also find out more about working with UEA, including accessing funding, research expertise, and recruiting talented students and graduates, by visiting uea.ac.uk/business or following @UEAForBusiness.

To purchase tickets and for more information, please visit the Royal Norfolk Show website.



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