Innovative Practice in Living Archives, Digital Creativity and Music Making
Britten Pears Arts worked with UEA academics to develop a pioneering digital interface for projects, creators and specialists that makes use of the sharing and collaborative culture they are developing at their Creative Campus.
Using artificial intelligence for identifying and classifying online information related to significant events
UEA academics examined the feasibility of introducing AI techniques into the TEAL web application, which will search and classify news and web pages related to significant climate events, giving context for app users.
Innovation Weekender 2021
University partners work collaboratively with local businesses on a three-day programme to improve students’ transferable business skills.
Universities and the Essex Record Office develop a digital strategy to enhance the Marconi Photographic Archive
EIRA are supporting university partners to collaborate with the Essex Record Office. The project, ‘Marconi Memories’, will develop a digital strategy that enhances public engagement with the Marconi Photographic Archive.
The University of Essex is helping to uncover the hidden commercial potential of an important historical archive
EIRA are supporting a collaborative project between the Warner Textile Archive and the University of Essex, enabling the exploration of key objects within the collection.
Collaborative project creates e-learning platform for Suffolk Mind
EIRA have awarded grant funding to two universities and Suffolk Mind for a digital project that will create a new e-learning platform to help improve people’s wellbeing.
Printed polypill eases swallowing difficulties and paves the way for personalised medicine in the future
Developing innovative 3D printing solutions for the improved treatment of oral medicines and dysphagia
Market research for online recruitment platform
VidCareer, an online recruitment platform, wanted to help candidates and small business owners network via virtual career events to promote the benefits of working for SMEs and reduce the cost of recruitment for them.
App creation for small and local retail businesses in Canterbury
GenSpec aims to provide local businesses in Canterbury with a digital platform using an app to advertise and reach potential customers across the high street to capture a user base.
Improving the customer journey for Wild Knight Distillery
Wild Knight Distillery gained academic expertise from UEA to analyse their online customer journey, which made recommendations to improve brand touchpoints, enhancing their brand awareness and increasing sales.
Applying machine learning algorithms for the ‘Mature Movers’ physical health, exercise and wellbeing framework
Vitality Hub worked with an academic from the University of Kent to identify a machine learning algorithm that could automate the grouping of Mature Movers clients to design personalised programmes for them.