28 August 2015 The Journal
A new natural flood management scheme inspired by the children's game Kerplunk is helping to reduce flood risk at Haltwhistle Burn.
28 August 2015 BBSRC News
Publishing in Nature, Professor Chris Dennison and colleagues have provided new understanding of methanotrophs, bacteria that can oxidise methane, which may help us develop biotechnological applications that exploit methane and protect our environment from this potent greenhouse gas.
27 August 2015 BBC Four
In his latest documentary, Professor Richard Clay goes in search of what it is that has made us scribble and scratch mementoes of our lives for more than 30,000 years.
27 August 2015 The Conversation
Professor John Wilson argues that the Co-op Bank should move away from its focus on ethical banking.
27 August 2015 Chronicle online
Language expert Dr Damien Hall provides the correct pronunciation of the foreign players who have joined Newcastle United.
27 August 2015 The Journal
Professor Richard Davies talks about why being truly international is vital for the University and the region.
26 August 2015 The Journal
Showcasing the talents of postgraduate students, Newcastle University's Master of Fine Art exhibition is currently underway at the Hatton Gallery.
26 August 2015 BBC Radio Newcastle listen from 1:49:38
Interview with Professor Richard Clay about his new documentary, 'A brief history of graffiti'
26 August 2015 BBC Radio Newcastle listen from 2:54:32 and again from 3:12:50
Tracey Tofield talks about the Arthouses programme which sees artists install their work directly into the community.
26 August 2015 The Journal Culture
The 'Discover' booklet shows the cultural riches which can be found at Newcastle University - both on campus and in its archives.