In the Media - Archive

Everyday sexism

25 April 2015 The Guardian
Highlights the University's Insights Public Lecture by Everyday Sexism Project founder Laura Bates on Thursday 30 April.

published on: 25th April 2015

Why Northumberland is aiming higher

25 April 2015 The Journal
Northumberland College is working in partnership with the University to expand its land-based provision, with new courses planned for September.

published on: 25th April 2015

Experts fear for mountain climates

24 April 2015 Northern Echo
Newcastle University scientists, Prof Hayley Fowler and Dr Nathan Forsythe are among a team of international academics calling for urgent action after finding that mountains may be warming faster than previously thought.

published on: 24th April 2015

Tinnitus mapped inside human brain

24 April 2015  New Scientist
Scientists in Newcastle are unravelling the complex brain mechanisms responsible for tinnitus.

published on: 24th April 2015

Award launched to celebrate northern universities

24 April 2015  Daily Telegraph
Newcastle University is one of three universities to be shortlisted for 'university of the year' - part of a new award designed to celebrate the achievements of institutions in the North of England.

published on: 24th April 2015

Are bees getting hooked on pesticides?

24 April 2015  Times of India
Further international coverage of the research led by Professor Geraldine Wright.

published on: 24th April 2015

Drastic, low-calorie diet can reverse diabetes, say experts

24 April 2015  Metro
Professor Roy Taylor's research regarding a diet which provides just 800 calories a day to reverse type 2 diabetes is highlighted. 

published on: 24th April 2015

Bees 'get a buzz' from pesticides

23 April 2015  Washington Post
Bees prefer food containing neonicotinoid pesticides, research by Newcastle University suggests. The study says bees may be exposed to harmful doses of pesticides because they are attracted to the chemicals.

published on: 23rd April 2015

From Coal to Ale to the Virtual Cloud - Three stages in the lifecycle of a city centre site

23 April 2015  The Journal
Feature about the transition of the Science Central site from colliery to brewery to a world leader in big data, cloud computing and innovation.  Focuses on Paul Watson, Professor of Computing Science.

published on: 23rd April 2015

The nature of human defence techniques

23 April 2015  The Journal
A new display put together by students from Newcastle University's School of Arts and Cultures shows how we learned defence techniques from our fellow creatures.

published on: 23rd April 2015

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