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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.
A state-of-the-art Anaerobic Digestion plant capable of producing just under 100kW of electricity from organic farm waste has been officially launched at Newcastle University.
A condition which robs patients of their sight has for the first time been reversed with a drug, giving some people legally certified as blind useful vision to improve everyday life.
A computer model programmed by scientists at Newcastle University suggests that preventing damage from free radicals could be key to fighting dementia.