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17 June 2019

Iron is by mass the most common element on Earth. It is also an essential element in our body, with one of its major functions to carry oxygen in haemoglobin molecules of red blood cells. Read more…

10 August 2018

Self-confessed 'average' school student Michael Duignan grew in confidence after joining university through Clearing - and started to see a career in academia unfolding before him. Read more…

1 July 2018

It’s Athena SWAN's birthday! To celebrate, we're looking back at some of the great things we've accomplished in our pursuit to address gender equality at ARU - and in particular how the Charter has helped encourage an uptake of flexible working practices in our University. Read more…

20 June 2018

Working in museums education is a very rewarding and creative career. Museums themselves are such exciting buildings with incredible collections; I learn something new every day and I feel very lucky to work in such a beautiful, inspiring place. Read more…

29 March 2018

Writing an essay can feel like quite a difficult task… but fear not. Sometimes it’s just about having a few useful tips up your sleeve and a bit of practice (and I’m pretty sure you’ll have plenty of opportunity to practice). Helga Hejny, Lecturer in Law… Read more…

5 March 2018

Dr Egle Dagilyte is Senior Lecturer in Law with Anglia Law School and Faculty Director of Learning, Teaching and Assessment for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. We asked her a few questions about what drove her to succeed in these roles, and what advice she can give to students. Read more…

1 March 2018

When it comes to book illustrations, a lot of emphasis is put on the cover, naturally. But we are here to spur on the ole’ rule of never judging a book by its cover... Because you’re missing out on all the illustrations inside too! Read more…

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