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thumbnail Beer and bread yeast-eating bacteria aid human health

Bacteria that have evolved to eat their way through yeast in the human gut could inform the development of new treatments for people suffering from bowel diseases.


published on: 7th January 2015

thumbnail Volunteers wanted to take part in ground breaking new language study

Researchers at Newcastle University are asking members of the public to help with a ground breaking study, after being awarded £1 million in funding.  


published on: 6th January 2015

thumbnail Newcastle University ranked 16th in UK for global research power

An independent assessment of UK university research quality published today has confirmed Newcastle University’s position as one of the most powerful research universities in the country and the most powerful in the North East.


published on: 18th December 2014

thumbnail Change in law for pioneering IVF technique one step closer

Newcastle scientists have welcomed the news that a pioneering IVF-based technique they are developing to reduce the risk of mitochondrial diseases is one step closer to be available.


published on: 17th December 2014

thumbnail North East primed to access two billion European ageing fund

The North East is in prime position to benefit from a 2.1bn Euros funding pot to boost its world-leading research into ageing as part of a new European consortium.


published on: 16th December 2014

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