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100 + ways universities have imporoved everyday life
7 ways universities are supporting and improving mental health
Helping and supporting the NHS
Tackling climate change
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Anglia Ruskin University
Creation of Vision Loss Expert Group
The Vision Loss Expert Group (VLEG) carries out important global research into blindness and MSVI (moderate…
University of Bedfordshire
Protecting children from child exploitation
Pioneering research into child sexual exploitation is better protecting children.
University of Cambridge
Sequencing genome breakthrough
Cures to diseases have been developed after researchers helped reveal the mysteries of DNA.
Nano membrane toilet
The Nano membrane toilet, created at Cranfield University, is making waves across the world.
University of East Anglia
Tracking climate change
Global warming research is helping develop weather patterns dating back hundreds of years.
University of Essex
Research to increase major food crops
Crops are growing faster than ever and their yield is up by almost half thanks to research.
University of Hertfordshire
Treating people exposed to chemical agents
People exposed to chemical agents are benefiting from discoveries made at the University of Hertfordshire.
Norwich University of the Arts
Supporting the Samaritans in East Anglia
Two students have produced an advertising campaign for Samaritans to raise awareness of mental health support.
The Open University
Promoting social mobility
The Open University offers life-changing learning at any age, to anyone from any background.
University of Suffolk
Supporting young victims of online abuse
Research has led to greater support for professionals dealing with young victims of online sexual abuse.
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