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Newcastle Law School is ranked third-best in the UK by the Sunday Times University Guide 2011, just behind Oxford and Cambridge.
Radio transmitters that can withstand temperatures of up to 900oC could soon be dropped into the depths of the earth to provide early warning of a volcanic eruption.
Frankie Clarke chats to Rob Grisdale (MEng Civil Engineering 2009), whose innovative bike-hire scheme, ScratchBikes, launched on campus in September.
Sting (Hon DMus 2006) took time out of his European tour in early October to talk about the music business with a group of Newcastle University students.
The Newcastle-based singer-songwriter chats to us about her debut album, Ocean Floor, and battling the pan pipes in Northumberland Street's busking wilderness.
Newcastle University made the finals of the prestigious Times Higher Education University of the Year Award, which was announced on 25 November.
Newcastle University has played a key role in exposing the failings of an artificial hip joint that has been implanted into 93,000 patients world-wide.
Researchers at Newcastle University are to look at ways of reducing the risk of congenital anomalies developing in babies born to women with diabetes.
A new series of Insights Public Lectures and Live in the King’s Hall lunchtime concerts kicked off this month on campus. Read on for more details.
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