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  • Creating holistic talents to ride the waves of change

    The key to building a disruption-ready workforce is to produce adaptable, and resilient critical thinkers, with strong skills in communication. Tomorrow’s graduates must be balanced individuals who can work in a team, say education experts at a recent roundtable session.

    published on: 22 November 2017

  • Universities of Newcastle and Malaya sign MoU on collaborative intention

    Newcastle University, which has a campus in Malaysia, and University of Malaya recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) setting out their intention to collaborate more closely.

    published on: 12 November 2017

  • Introduction to R Programming for Statistical Analyses: An Intensive One Day Workshop for Biomedical and Life Scientists.

    R is an integrated suite of software facilities for data manipulation, calculation and graphical display. Since its inception in the early 1990’s, the R community has grown exponentially to become the leading software for statistical analysis that it is today. Many biomedical and life scientists are turning to R for its flexibility, advanced graphics and cutting-edge statistical modelling facilities. Being a collaborative project, with contributions from statistician’s and data analysts’ worldwide, R’s functionality is continually augmented with state of the art methods. The R community also has a substantial support network of online forums and mailing lists.

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  • Newcastle University Secures Funding for Dementia Research in Malaysia

    Over RM10 million has been awarded to Newcastle University who are represented in Malaysia by NUMed (Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia) to help establish a global healthcare unit to tackle dementia.

    published on: 11 August 2017

  • Meet the CEO of Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia

    Meet the CEO of Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia, Professor Roger Barton

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  • Gerontologist receives national recognition

    Leading Newcastle University researcher, Professor Thomas von Zglinicki has received Britain’s highest award for services to gerontology.

    published on: 12 July 2017

  • The First Step to Serving Humanity

    Hippocrates, Greek Physician and Father of Modern Medicine, famously said” Wherever the art of Medicine is loved, there is also a love of Humanity.” This is what Jerry Tan and Izham Halid, first year medical students of Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia (NUMed), are discovering as they embark on their journey through medicine.

    published on: 4 July 2017

  • Newcastle Professor named Chief Scientific Adviser on marine policy

    Newcastle University’s Professor of Marine Governance has been named the Government’s new Chief Scientific Adviser for the Marine Management Organisation (MMO).

    published on: 4 July 2017

  • Improved vitamin test could help millions

    A new technique that gives quicker and more accurate information about a person’s levels of vitamin A could help improve the health of millions.

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