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Newcastle graduate Anna Flowers (née Catto) seeks words, photos and ephemera for a new book on Newcastle in the 1950s.
Newcastle City Council is looking for volunteers to represent the city, as it hosts Olympic football at the stadium formerly known as St James' Park.
Work being carried out by a Malaysian student at Newcastle University could transform the biofuels industry by refining the process of converting a common shrub into oil.
A new centre for research that could pave the way for in-vitro fertilisation treatment to prevent the hereditary transmission of devastating mitochondrial diseases is being launched at Newcastle University.
There's plenty of drama for first year doctor and Newcastle graduate Andy Steval in Junior doctors: Your life in their hands which returns to our screens on 24 January.
Newcastle University Athletics and Cross Country Club invites all runners and athletes to the reunion 'Past and Present' race on Saturday 10 March in Newcastle.
The first in a series of student-made short films, chronicling the arrival on campus of three iconic sculptures by artist and Newcastle graduate Joseph Hillier (BA Fine Art 1997), is now online.
Do you offer a fantastic product or service? Provide a special deal for fellow Newcastle graduates, and you can reach 100,000 potential customers with our all-new benefits package, the Big Market.
Newcastle alumni, students and staff descended on the BALTIC gallery in November to create a magazine in 48 hours about the Turner Prize – with support from the Alumni Association Student Initiative Fund.
Rachel Johnson, whose company provides inspirational talks to school and college pupils, has been named as one of the most promising young businesspeople in the country.
Newcastle University says 'bon voyage' to Professor Oliver Hinton—Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering—who retires at the end of December.