In the Media - Archive

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.

published on: 6th October 2014

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.   

published on: 6th October 2014

What Jane Austen taught us about finding love

04 October 2014  New York Post
A book preview of ‘The Jane Austen Rules: A Classic Guide to Modern Love’ by Dr Sinead Murphy, teaching fellow at Newcastle University.

published on: 6th October 2014

North East set to take centre stage in debate over cash and culture

04 October 2014  The Journal
The Culture Action Europe conference being held in the UK for the first time will be a showcase for the North East's many cultural attractions and will include a public talk in the University's Herschel Building.

published on: 6th October 2014

BBSRC unveils £125 million for doctoral training

03 October 2014  Times Higher online
The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council is to fund the training of 1,250 PhD students as the scientists of the future to safeguard Britain's status as a world leader in life sciences and agricultural technology. Newcastle University is one of the lead institutions.

published on: 3rd October 2014

Loughborough ranks top for quality of student life

03 October 2014  Daily Telegraph
Newcastle University is rated fourth in the country for quality of student life in a survey by Lloyds Bank.

published on: 3rd October 2014

The woman with foreign accent syndrome: Mother goes to bed with broad Staffordshire accent and wakes up sounding Polish

03 October 2014  Daily Mail
Professor Nick Miller diagnosed Kath Lockett with foreign accent syndrome, a condition so rare only there were just 61 confirmed cases between 1941 and 2012.

published on: 3rd October 2014

Organic food gets a boost

03 October 2014  New Zealand Herald
Article mentions a recent study by Newcastle University which showed organic food had higher levels of antioxidants.

published on: 3rd October 2014

Study shows impact of art on dementia

03 October 2014  The Journal
The impact art has on people suffering from dementia and memory loss will be studied as part of pioneering £1.2m national project led by Andrew Newman, senior lecturer at the School of Arts and Cultures. 

published on: 3rd October 2014

A brighter future beckons

02 October 2014  The Journal
A look inside the Great North Children’s Hospital ward which will benefit from the Future Fund research.

published on: 2nd October 2014

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