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The first issue of our new-look University magazine. Including unlocking the medical potential of ants, what's the true impact of aid after a disaster and Art Nouveau: a style that was nearly forgotten.
Our 50th anniversary special including The pros and cons of early diagnosis in dementia plus a guide to 50 years.
Dr Eylem Atakav (FTM) explains how women in the creative industries are challenging patriarchy in the Middle East. We reveal our plans for celebrating the 50th Anniversary and explain how the University is offering new support for local history projects.
We hear from Dr Anna Hicks (ENV) about an innovative new multi-million pound study of volcanoes and the impact they have on communities living in their shadows. We also caught up with some of the alumni involved in the London 2012 Olympic games.
Prof David Russell from the School of Chemistry writes about Intelligent Fingerprinting, a UEA spin-out company making waves in drug detection, and we catch up with alumna Jody Thompson about her experiences from Livewire to the Huffington Post UK.
The latest news from alumni and around the University, including Sarah Churchwell's feature article on the rise of the Tea Party in US Politics.
Welcome to the Spring 2011 Ziggurat. Once again, your letters and emails have provided fantastic articles and we've really enjoyed hearing about the successes of our alumni, students and staff across the world.
We're boasting about royal credentials in this issue with both a Queen's Anniversary Prize for the School of International Development and a visit by ENV's patron, HRH the Prince of Wales.