18 February 2014 Tagesspiegel, Berlin
Dr Claudia Baldoli (History, Classics and Archaeology) talks about opposition to the First World War by Catholic peasants in Italy.
18 February 2014 New York Times
The number challenge for the week has been set by Dr Maths: Steve Humble (Education, Communication and Language Sciences) from Newcastle University.
18 February 2014 BBC Online
Feature looking at what has happened to several old brewery sites in the UK. With quote from Professor Alastair Bonnett and reference to Newcastle Science Central.
18 February 2014 Times of India
Further coverage of Newcastle University Business School plans to hold talks with leading Indian corporations and business experts to set up an advisory board in India.
18 February 2014 Northern Echo
Further coverage of the new learning lab at Greenfield Arts, set up as part of Prof Sugata Mitra's School in the Cloud project.
17 February 2014 The Journal
Expert speaking at the Business School says that an independent Scotland could cause uncertainty for the North East economy but could also prove an opportunity for businesses in the region.
17 February 2014 Sunday Telegraph, Seven magazine
Feature on the reopening of the Baghdad museum, which Gertrude Bell founded, includes mention that her archive is held by the University and reproduces several of the images held in Special Collections.
17 February 2014 The Guardian
A team of academics from Newcastle University is warning that the country is at risk of water shortages that could shut down power stations and paralyse electricity supplies.
17 February 2014 The Journal, J3
Dr Martin Farr comments on Harold Macmillan, whose strong views were often in opposition to his Conservative colleagues at the time.
16 February 2014 The Observer
Feature on the pioneering mitochondrial technique developed by Newcastle University scientists.