In the Media


31 July 2015 BBC Two
Professor Ian Haynes, co-director of the Maryport Temple dig, talks about the enigmatic traces of a huge timber building, whose post holes were packed with reused Roman altars.

Grand Designs

31 July 2015 Channel 4
Professor Andrew Ballantyne is featured in the latest episode of Grand Designs: Living in the Country.

Business School's students go global

30 July 2015 The Journal
Students from Newcastle University Business School are exploring the international business community as part of the school's Global Experience Opportunity (GEO) programme.

Pushing the boundaries

29 July 2015 The Journal
This month the North East will host the British Transplant Games. The feature highlights the pioneering work carried out at the Institute of Transplantation, at the Freeman Hospital, which is a collaboration between specialists at Newcastle University and the Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Malaysian firm to build £12m factory in North

29 July 2015 The Journal
Newcastle University was part of the first Northern Powerhouse trade mission to South East Asia.

Milestone for nature reserve

29 July 2015 The Journal
The National Trust celebrates 90 years of caring for the Farne Islands. Mentions Newcastle University’s work into geotagging Arctic terns on the islands.

Three reasons why Russia should not be called the greatest threat to the USA

28 July 2015 The Conversation
Dr Valentina Feklyunina and Dr James Bilsland argue that Russia should not be considered "the greatest threat" to US security.

Life in Squares: how the radical Bloomsbury Group fares on screen

28 July 2015 The Conversation
Professor Frances Spalding reviews the BBC's three-part series Life in Squares.

Picture of happiness as gallery receives £2.1m

28 July 2015 The Journal
The £3.5m needed to modernise facilities at the Grade II-listed Hatton Gallery has now been raised following a £2.1m award from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Invertebrates form backbone of exhibition

28 July 2015 The Journal
The Great North Museum's Spineless display will feature hundreds of specimens as well as new research from Newcastle University, the Natural History Museum and National Museums Scotland.

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