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Some of the best football teams in the world are to train at Newcastle University’s Cochrane Park, as they prepare for the Olympic Games this summer.
New research carried out by Newcastle University challenges the idea that raising aspirations is the key to improving the education of children from low-income families.
Newcastle University has challenged its students to devise a mobile phone app to improve life on campus.
It has produced some of the leading artists in the UK folk scene. Now, Newcastle University’s Folk and Traditional Music degree is celebrating its 10th birthday.
Newcastle University continues its overseas development with the unveiling of major improvements to its Singapore operations.
Sheep, students nor wolf-whistling audiences are beyond the handling skills of Alice Foster (BSc Animal Science 2004), aka Constance Peach. AlumNews catches up with Newcastle University’s very own burlesque beauty.
AlumNews talks to London 2012 Commercial Director Chris Townsend (BSc Geography 1977), the man in charge of £2bn worth of Olympic dreams, ahead of his appearance at Gold Network London on 18 April.
Do you have what it takes to be Newcastle University's first Battle of the Bands champion? Sign up for the 15 June event, which will be judged by former EMI Records impresario, Tony Wadsworth, and friends.
A new web platform is helping teachers instil their pupils with 21st Century skills through collaborative, enquiry-based learning. Maria Douglas chats to Every1Speaks co-founder, Peter Hirst.
A device invented by Newcastle graduates Roland Glancy and Simon Barker could help keep people warm next winter and save on their fuel bills at the same time.
A project running almost 10,000 climate simulations on volunteers’ home computers has found that a global warming of three degrees Celsius by 2050 is ‘equally plausible’ as a rise of 1.4 degrees.