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Blast-resilient carriages that are better able to withstand a terrorist attack and ultimately save lives have been developed by a world-leading team of engineers at Newcastle.
Newcastle University's International Development Society will hold its annual conference on campus from 9–10 February, probing the issue of alternative development.
Convocation Weekend 2013 is fast approaching and we need your help to build a bank of memories and photos from our special anniversary year groups of 1953, '63, '73, '83, '93 and 2003.
3,331 students have received bursaries and many thousands more have benefited from new services thanks to our donors' kind support of the Annual Fund, which broke its £400k target this year.
Nearly 50 years after her original degree show, artist Mary Webb (BA Fine Art 1963) is back on campus to display her work at the Hatton Gallery.
The scintillating grid, where the grid appears to sparkle, has been shown to be more sparkly when you view it with both eyes rather than one eye.
English graduate Anna Flowers needs your photos and memories for a book she's compiling on Newcastle in the 1980s, due for publication in October 2013.
Our annual alumni reunion is less than six months away. Please help us get back in touch with members of the Spanish class of 1983 and others.
The first students to benefit from the new alumni-supported Promise Scholarships are settling into life at Newcastle University.
Is this you or someone you know? Please help us get back in touch with members of the Chemical Engineering class of 1993 and others.
The University's International Development Society is planning its annual conference on 9–10 February 2012 and it needs your help, writes David Moffatt (BSc Agriculture 1967).