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18 September 2014  Times Higher
Newcastle is one of the universities co-funding England's Postgraduate Support Scheme with the Higher Education Funding Council for England to address the problem of funding for postgraduate study.

Newcastle University Placed In Top 1% Of World's Best Universities

18 September 2014  Education Diary, India
A global survey of universities has confirmed Newcastle University as being in the top 1% of universities in the world.

The Educators

18 September 2014  BBC Radio4
Professor Sugata Mitra, Professor of Educational Technology at Newcastle talks about his Hole-in-the-Wall experiment.

North East landmarks artwork being sold for charity

18 September 2014  BBC online
Artworks featuring North East landmarks are being sold to raise money for The Prince's Trust. The concept was developed Amy Ward, a graduate who works for Barratt Homes North East, photographer Simon Rogers and Newcastle University students. 

Prime Time World with Glenda Chong

18 September 2014  Channel News Asia
Professor Peter Hopkins discusses the Scottish referendum.

We must focus on English question

18 September 2014  The Journal
Alistair Clark comments on the Scottish independence referendum, which takes place today.

Could Newcastle ditch England for an independent Scotland?

17 September 2014  The Conversation
An article by Alistair Clark, Senior Lecturer in Politics at Newcastle University, about the effect of the Scottish independence referendum debate on the North of England.

Investment is bearing fruit for drug company

17 September 2014  The Journal, Business
Newcastle University spin out company e-Therapeutics says two years of investment is bearing fruit with several drug trials taking place.

North unis are ranked among best in world

16 September 2014  The Journal
Newcastle has climbed two places to 127th in the QS World Rankings.

Well Leaks, Not Fracking, Are Linked to Fouled Water

16 September 2014  New York Times
A study in the USA shows that tainted drinking water in areas where natural gas is produced is caused by leaky wells rather than the process of hydraulic fracturing. Includes reference to earlier work conducted by Professor Richard Davies, Pro-Vice-Chancellor.   

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