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Newcastle University has given Singapore’s marine and offshore industry a boost with the graduation of 58 students who studied for Newcastle degrees without leaving Singapore.
Richard Smith reports on the 10 year-reunion of Transport graduates in October in Newcastle, and looks ahead to 40 years of TORG (Transport Operations Research Group) in 2012.
The University has launched a project which aims to transform the health and wellbeing of people who have retired, or are just about to do so.
News from the Newcastle Institute for Cancer Research, including a joint purchase with the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation of an ultra-compact cyclotron, the first of its kind in Europe; and a Cancer Research UK award.
After passing an eco-audit with flying colours, the University is now recognised as a Silver Eco Campus.
A new postgrad programme from Northern Architecture is helping graduates build their CV whilst improving the North East's built environment. Anne Fry reports.
Agriculture students shed their clothes to raise money for charity Headway – helping a fellow student who has suffered a brain injury. By Sophie McCoid at The Courier.
The first image ever taken of Niagara Falls is now on public display at Newcastle University.
An obituary of Emeritus Professor Hugh Berrington, who died on 8 November 2010. By Professor Peter Jones of the University's School of Geography, Politics and Sociology.
A team on Newcastle University's MA in International Multimedia Journalism have won an industry award for their website.
A new institute that brings together leading experts in research on sustainability was launched this month at Newcastle University. Meet NIReS...