Ensuring young scientists enter nutrition research
Review urges action to ensure young scientists enter nutrition research
published on: 21 July 2017
Graduates share their memories of Martin Luther King in Newcastle
Former students of Newcastle University who were present when Dr Martin Luther King Jr. visited the city in 1967 to accept an honorary degree have shared their memories of that momentous day.
published on: 11 July 2017
Leading the way in deep-sea engineering
Northern Powerhouse Minister visits Newcastle University’s world-leading National Centre for Subsea and Offshore Engineering.
published on: 28 June 2017
Creative Fusion at the heart of the North East economy
The North East’s creative, digital and IT (CDIT) sector is growing and sustaining the crucial development of technology-based networks in the region, a new survey has revealed.
published on: 22 June 2017
Newcastle University staff recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours
An emeritus professor, an innovation leader and the former Executive Director of Human Resources at Newcastle University have been named in the 2017 Birthday Honours List.
published on: 17 June 2017
New head of Pharmacy appointed
Professor Andrew Husband has been appointed as the Head of the newly-created School of Pharmacy at Newcastle University, which will take in the first students this September.
published on: 19 May 2017
University partnerships recognised for excellence
Newcastle University has won Business/Industry Collaboration of the Year at the Educate North awards for its innovative partnership with Northumbrian Water.
published on: 10 May 2017
Northern Accelerator aims to create new innovation business eco-system
Newcastle and Durham universities have joined forces in an exciting new project aimed at creating 15 successful high technology spin-out companies over the next three years.
published on: 19 April 2017
N8 university equipment database to help boost research and industry
A huge efficiency drive among eight of the North’s top universities has resulted in a list of key research assets with the potential to save each university significant sums of money.
published on: 18 April 2017
Shaping the future of health innovation
Future advances in healthcare will be aided by a new £10 million facility - the National Institute for Health Research Innovation Observatory based at Newcastle University.
published on: 31 March 2017
Green technologies key to mineral resources
Better incentives to recycle metals could help combat global mineral depletion, says new study.
published on: 21 March 2017
New report reveals economic impact of Newcastle University
An independent assessment of Newcastle University’s contribution to the city of Newcastle and wider UK shows that the Russell Group institution adds £1.1 billion to the economy.
published on: 28 February 2017
Plugging the engineering skills gap
Call for more young people to consider a career in engineering as university expert reveals they “could find jobs for twice as many graduates” as are currently applying.
published on: 8 February 2017
Countdown begins to opening of region’s £60m ‘building of the future’
The countdown has begun to the official opening of Newcastle University’s Urban Sciences Building which is due to be completed August 2017.
published on: 1 February 2017
Newcastle University expert sets out new approach to flood management
Expert insight from a Newcastle University academic has been incorporated into a major report published today on the future of flood management in the UK.
published on: 2 November 2016
Comment: Heathrow expansion is a start, but it’s not enough
Writing for The Conversation, Dr Volodymyr Bilotkach explains why airport expansion is needed.
published on: 26 October 2016
Creating the cities of tomorrow
The University is working with global energy company, ENGIE, to explore joint projects that address challenges around ageing, smart data and energy.
published on: 5 October 2016
Newcastle wins investment into ground-breaking health research
More than £16 million is being invested in ground-breaking treatments, diagnostics, prevention and care for patients with a wide range of ageing and long-term conditions.
published on: 15 September 2016
Promote legal alternatives to stop unlawful downloading says study
The promotion of legal alternatives, rather than the risk of prosecution, is more likely to change unlawful file sharing behaviour, according to new research.
published on: 15 September 2016
Making business a force for good
Newcastle University Business School is hosting the British Academy of Management (BAM) conference this week, bringing together people from all over the world.
published on: 5 September 2016