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Newcastle graduate Adam Soliman is brewing up a storm with his specialist tea brand, Charbrew, which will shortly arrive in Sainsbury's.
Professor David Harvey , President of the Henderson Hall Association (HHA), advises members of its closure and plans to donate its remaining funds to the University's Annual Fund.
Roger Allsopp (MB BS 1964) becomes the oldest person ever to swim the English Channel, raising over £63,000 for cancer research.
A fleet of 150 bikes are now available to pick up and drop off in a Paris-style rental programme that was launched across the city in July 2011.
Visiting the Biomedical Research Centre, Health Secretary Andrew Lansley met the team who have just been awarded £21 million from the National Institute for Health Research.
Newcastle University has once again been rated as one of the top institutions in the country, a government survey has revealed.
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In September 2010 Rebecca Holliday (BSc Mathematics 2005) and partner Ryan Davies embarked on an epic adventure – cycling 15,000 miles from England to New Zealand.
Newcastle archaeologist, Lindsay Allason-Jones, has helped to ensure a new Roman biopic, set in North East England and Scotland, is true to history.
Newcastle University has increased its recycling rate to almost 93 per cent in just three years – and is no longer sending any general waste to landfill.