In the Media - Archive

Tragedy creates cancer cure hope

11 September 2014  The Journal
Fundraisers gain a better understanding of the complex research carried out at the Northern Institute for Cancer Research after tour guided by Professor Herbie Newell.

published on: 11th September 2014

Childhood Cancer

10 September 2014  Tony Livesey Show BBC Radio 5Live
Professor Josef Vormoor, Director of the Northern Institute for Cancer Research at Newcastle University and Honorary Consultant Paediatric Oncologist at the GNCH talks about childhood cancer.   (clip starts at 39mins)​

published on: 10th September 2014

We must stay at forefront of subsea sector

10 September 2014  The Journal, Business
Feature on the Neptune National Centre for Subsea and Offshore Engineering, which is being led by Prof Nick Wright.

published on: 10th September 2014

It's great to see all the hard work here recognised

10 September 2014  The Journal, Business
The Top 200 businesses in the region are being recognised next month in an annual publication compiled and verified by Newcastle University Business School and PwC.

published on: 10th September 2014

How cells from your hip can repair heart attack damage

09 September 2014  Daily Mail
Article on a new technique involving stem cells to improve recovery after a heart attack also mentions work undertaken by Newcastle University and RVI Professor Francisco Figuerido which uses stem cells to restore sight where one of a patient's eyes is damaged by trauma.

published on: 9th September 2014

How we can all be superhuman

09 September 2014  The Sun
Professor Tom Kirkwood comments on research from the University of Pittsburgh in America which has found that giving mice stem cells increased their life expectancy.

published on: 9th September 2014

Nearly half of poor 11-year-olds unable to read books, newspapers and websites

08 September 2014  Daily Telegraph
Nearly half of poor children are unable to read and understand books, newspapers and websites by the time they leave primary school, according to research conducted by Newcastle University, CentreForum, National Foundation for Educational Research and the National Literacy Trust.

published on: 8th September 2014

Wonder drug offers hope for sufferers

08 September 2014  The Journal
Professor Tim Goodship has been instrumental in the development of a new drug which can help people with a rare type of kidney disease.

published on: 8th September 2014

Issues around the Scottish referendum

07 September 2014  Crossfire, BBC Scotland
Dr Alistair Clark contributes to a discussion on the Scottish referendum. (from about 31:55 - 51:50 mins)

published on: 8th September 2014

Alginates

06 September 2014  The One Show
Dr Matt Wilcox talks about his work on alginates, which could be added to bread to help people absorb less fat. (From about four minutes into programme)

published on: 8th September 2014

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