In the Media

Tackling the problem of late payments to SMEs

08 October 2014  The Journal, Business
Newcastle University Business School's partnership with the North East Institute of Business Ethics to encourage regional firms to adopt a fair and ethical approach to their supply chains has become a Journal campaign.

How can we reduce energy usage slowly but surely?

08 October 2014  The Journal, Business
Professor Phil Taylor comments on the Customer-Led Network Revolution (CLNR) trial which is leading to the national roll-out of smart meters.

Working with Newcastle University to boost growth in North East

08 October 2014  The Journal, Vision 2020 supplement
Using four case studies, the feature describes the impact of Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs).

Dr Alistair Brewis - obituary

08 October 2014  Daily Telegraph
Pioneering chest physician - who was also an artist and maker of automatons - and senior lecturer, Dr Alistair Brewis, died in July 2014.

Teens with cerebral palsy rate their quality of life as comparable with their able-bodied peers

07 October 2014  Journal Ireland
A new study led by Professor Allan Colver finds that adolescents with cerebral palsy - the most common motor disability in childhood - report having a similar quality of life to those without the disorder.

University expert to speak on rural issues

07 October 2014  The Journal
Prof Mark Shucksmith is the guest speaker at the CAN (Community Action Northumberland) annual general meeting on Thursday, where he will be speaking about the challenges facing rural communities

Post-referendum activism in Scotland

06 October 2014  Crossfire, BBC Radio Scotland
Dr Alistair Clark discusses the topic of party membership and post-referendum activism in Scotland. (listen from 49.50 to end of show)

Battle is on to end the blight of late payments

06 October 2014  The Journal, Business
Newcastle University Business School is supporting the North East Institute of Business Ethics to promote responsible business culture in the region, which includes setting up a website and hosting events.

There is a Green Hill

06 October 2014  The Journal, J2
Alistair Anderson, who founded the folk music degree at Newcastle University, is mentioned in a new set of essays by Michael Chaplin based on his father's book The Lakes to Tyneside.

Bid to delay ‘three parent babies’ through IVF amid fears ...

05 October 2014  Mail online
While MPs continue to debate the issues in light of new research, Professor Doug Turnbull comments on the benefits of the IVF treatment.   

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