In the Media - Archive

Why car insurance can be cheap for a nurse ... but pricey for plasterers

2 April 2015 Daily Mail
Young women can still get cheaper car insurance than young men, according to research by Dr Stephen McDonald.

published on: 2nd April 2015

Bedroom tax is hitting the North East hardest

2 April 2015 Journal
The bedroom tax has hit the North East perhaps the hardest of any other region in Britain, a Journal survey reveals. Mentions recently published research findings by Dr Suzanne Moffatt.

published on: 2nd April 2015

ELECTION DIARY

2 April 2015 Journal
The minor parties have most to gain in tonight’s television election debates, according to Dr Alistair Clark.

published on: 2nd April 2015

Female STEM project comes to North East

2 April 2015 Journal Business
A nationwide initiative from GE Oil and Gas has been launched to encourage more women to take up careers in STEM-related industries. Future activities will include a rollecoaster ‘design and build’ challenge at Newcastle University.

published on: 2nd April 2015

Progress accelerates at drug discovery firm

1 April The Journal
Full-year results show the Newcastle University spin-out firm, e-Therapeutics, increased its R&D spend by 60% from £5.367m to £8.549m, in the year ended January 31 2015, as progress accelerates both clinically and in drug discovery.

published on: 1st April 2015

Mining a rich seam of academic research

1 April The Journal
A play set in a fictional town is one of the more unusual ways Newcastle University academics are sharing their research with the public.

published on: 1st April 2015

Gertrude Bell Archive

1 April Stil, Swedish Public Radio, Station 1
Dr Mark Jackson talks to Swedish listeners about the Gertrude Bell Archive. (Listen from 6:10minutes into the programme.)

published on: 1st April 2015

As Britain gears up for election, a lot more players on the stage

1 April The Christian Science Monitor online
The two-party battle that used to dominate is fraying as political dynamics get more diverse and competitive. Features a comment from Dr Alistair Clark

published on: 1st April 2015

Foods to help bodies battle free radicals

31 March Irish Independent online
Article mentions a trial at the University which involved women eating two bowls of wild blueberries every day for eight weeks, which lowered their oxidative stress levels.

published on: 31st March 2015

Son of Catalan ex-president accused of bankrolling French rugby team with state funds

31 March Newsweek online
Dr Alejandro Quiroga comments on corruption problems in Catalonia after concerns were raised about a sponsorship deal involving a state-funded broadcaster.

published on: 31st March 2015

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