News and Events

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Recent News

Wednesday 9 July 2014

Why it's personal for climate change scientists

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Wednesday 9 July 2014

Fish follow friends to find new food sources

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Monday 7 July 2014

Thousands party on the Piece for Big Weekend

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Thursday 3 July 2014

Hospital medics get state-of-the-art training

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Thursday 3 July 2014

Surgeons worldwide to keep abreast of technique

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Wednesday 2 July 2014

Enterprise Zone funding boost paves way for construction

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Tuesday 1 July 2014

Project Nova: supporting veterans in custody

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Monday 30 June 2014

Move to produce future Christian school leaders

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Latest News

Railway policy could be just the ticket for Ed

Tuesday 22 July 2014

A new poll by the Labour History Research Unit at Anglia Ruskin University suggests Labour's latest moves regarding the railway network may be helpful to the party's vote in crucial marginal seats in next year's General Election.

Reports indicate that, building on the success of the East Coast franchise, a Labour Government will allow not-for-profit firms to bid to run parts of the rai....

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Education is inclusive at Anglia Ruskin

Thursday 17 July 2014

More than £8million invested by Anglia Ruskin has supported people who otherwise may not have been able to afford to go to university, improving their long-term prospects.

A report released today by OFFA (Office for Fair Access) shows Anglia Ruskin spent 41.7% of higher fees on improving access to university, well above the national average of 27%.

Of 3,342 new full-time s....

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How to help your ears survive festival season

Thursday 17 July 2014

As bands turn it up to 11 at music festivals this summer, a leading audiologist has revealed his common-sense tips for looking after number one!

Music festivals are now a firm fixture of the British summer and more than 700 took place last year, catering for a range of tastes and ages.

However, loud music can pose a serious risk to our hearing and is one of the main causes of....

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New University Centre for King's Lynn

Thursday 10 July 2014

Construction will begin soon on a new science and technology facility to improve higher education provision in King's Lynn.

The New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership secured £6.5million of Government funding to build the new University Centre West Anglia facility, a partnership between Anglia Ruskin University and the College of West Anglia.

The University Centre West Angli....

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