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Energy prices need addressing as fuel poverty fears rise

13 August 2014  The Journal
Professor Phil Taylor, Director of Newcastle University's Institute for Sustainability, addresses energy concerns, the benefits of sustainable energy sources and the need of reduction in the use of fossil fuels. 
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published on: 13th August 2014

Lost island adds to city's special off-the-map status

13 August 2014  The Journal
Alastair Bonnett, Professor of Social Geography at Newcastle University, describes the city's "lost island", a traffic island featured alongside 46 worldwide locations in his new book' Off the Map'.

published on: 13th August 2014

Our guide to making sure you don't 'do a Kinnear' with the names of Newcastle United's new signings

13 August 2014   Evening Chronicle
Dr Damien Hall advises Newcastle United fans on the pronunciation of the names of the club's new signings.

published on: 13th August 2014

Students grade Newcastle University as 'one of the best' in UK

12 August 2014  Northern Echo
Newcastle University is ranked as one of the best in the country for student experience, according to the latest results from the National Student Survey.

published on: 12th August 2014

Lost way of life that's still alive

12 August 2014  Northern Echo
Article about pitman painter Norman Cornish mentions that Newcastle University recognised his work by conferring an honorary Master of Arts degree in 1974.

published on: 12th August 2014

Is a liquid lunch the best way to keep excess weight at bay?

11 August 2014  Daily Mirror
Feature on the value of extreme diets, mentions research from Newcastle University which has reversed type 2 diabetes.

published on: 11th August 2014

What would Leonard have made of it all?

11 August 2014  The Journal
Musings on the Virginia Woolf exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery includes the comment that it is "superbly curated" by Frances Spalding, professor of art history at Newcastle University.

published on: 11th August 2014

Lie detector tests begin on sex offenders

09 August 2014  The Guardian
Professor Don Grubin has been training officers in the use of lie detectors and the first real life tests have been carried out this week.

published on: 11th August 2014

Milking the export market

10 August 2014  Sunday Telegraph
Feature on the increasing organic market, mentions research from Newcastle University which found that organic food contains higher levels of antioxidants.

published on: 11th August 2014

Researchers supporting child cancer centre bid

09 August 2014  The Journal
The Newcastle University team leading research into bowel cancer are throwing their support behind the Future Fund which aims to raise £5.5m to establish the Newcastle University Centre for Childhood Cancer.

published on: 11th August 2014

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