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08 June 2015  New Indian Express
The School of Chemical Engineering and advanced Materials of Newcastle University, the United Kingdom has announced scholarships of £1,500 per year for full-time study of its MSc programmes. (Please scroll down to this item)

published on: 9th June 2015

Scottish lab mix-up over the magical algae that could clean up our filthy beaches

07 June 2015  Herald on Sunday
A new study in the science journal, Nature, has revealed that 32 strains of algae that were catalogued under the same heading were actually four distinct sub-groups. They also included a completely new species.

published on: 9th June 2015

A year in the life of my skin

07 June 2015  Mail on Sunday, Ireland, You magazine
Professor Mark Birch-Machin comments on the effects of lifestyle factors on skin ageing.

published on: 9th June 2015

Ecologist's quest to help remote tundra dwellers

06 June 2015  The Journal
Article about Chris Madine and the Open Air Laboratories (OPAL) project, led in the North East by Newcastle University.

published on: 9th June 2015

There's a lot of Life left in this project

06 June 2015  The Journal, J2
Article on Centre for Life's 15th anniversary mentions that the Centre stays at the forefront of scientific research due to Newcastle University's pioneering work.

published on: 9th June 2015

UN "death targets" will mean reduced healthcare for elderly

05 June 2015  The New American
Further coverage of the open letter signed by experts from Newcastle University and others   claiming that UN healthcare proposals will be to the detriment of older people.

published on: 5th June 2015

Campus Close-Up

04 June 2015  Times Higher
Medical students have turned to art to get a better understanding of how the human body is put together. (Please scroll down to this item)

published on: 5th June 2015

Schools and hard knocks

04 June 2015  Times Higher
On a quest to research low-cost private education in developing countries, Professor James Tooley visited some of the world's poorest places - and ran into trouble along the way.

published on: 5th June 2015

Sell-off of homes a disaster for rural areas: academic

04 June 2015  The Journal
Professor Mark Shucksmith, director of Newcastle University's Institute for Social Renewal, said letting housing association tenants buy their homes at a discount will be disastrous for rural communities.

published on: 5th June 2015

Government's Transport Tsar takes on the traffic

2 June 2015 The Journal
A pioneer in vehicle technology, Professor Phil Blythe has been chosen by the Government to lead its country-wide transport agenda as the Transport Department's new chief scientific advisor.

published on: 2nd June 2015

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