Professor Harry Gilbert joins the most eminent scientists and technologists in the country with the award of two fellowships in the same week.
Newcastle University has been given a coveted Athena SWAN Silver award for its work to address the underrepresentation of women in higher education.
People who feel lonely or socially isolated are at increased risk of developing coronary heart disease and stroke, researchers from Newcastle University have concluded.
Writing for The Conversation, Professor Emma Stevenson discusses the best foods to aid recovery after running a marathon.
Tributes have been paid to Lord John Walton of Detchant, a medical pioneer in muscular dystrophy and champion of Newcastle University, as his death is announced at the age of 93.
Researchers have for the first time identified how complex circuits of the brain work in the visual system.
People in police custody are set to benefit from a new electronic screening tool to improve detection of physical and mental health problems.
A 20% reduction in the incidence of dementia has been seen in the UK over the past two decades, according to new research.
The electronic signals emitted by the brain at the time of death have inspired a unique audio-visual art installation
Experts at Newcastle University are working with police to assess the techniques of eye detection and polygraph testing to manage sex offenders.
Three-quarters of adults can’t work out how much sugar they are meant to consume, a new survey has revealed.
Newcastle scientists and medics have developed a new type of genetic blood test that diagnoses scarring in the liver – even before someone may feel ill.
Research day to celebrate the launch of Newcastle Academic Health Partners.