In the Media - Archive

Birthday celebration as Great North Museum marks its fifth anniversary anniversary

24 May 2014  The Journal
Professor Eric Cross, dean of cultural affairs, comments on the success of the Great North Museum since the conversion of the 19th Century Hancock Museum building.

published on: 27th May 2014

Sex offenders to face compulsory lie detector tests to stop them breaching parole

24 May 2014  Daily Mirror
Probation officers have begun rigorous training to become lie detector examiners, under new plans by the Ministry of Justice. The polygraph training is being delivered by group founded by Don Grubin, Professor of Forensic Psychiatry at Newcastle University.

published on: 27th May 2014

Reproductive medicine: The power of three

23 May 2014  Nature
Feature on IVF technique developed at Newcastle University designed to prevent mitochondrial diseases being passed down the generations.

published on: 23rd May 2014

Horizon: Longitude Prize

23 May 2014  BBC One
Newcastle University's ambient kitchen is shown as a possible solution to help people with dementia, as part of a bid for dementia funding to win the Longitude prize. (50 minutes into programme)

published on: 23rd May 2014

How good is your spelling?

23 May 2014  Daily Telegraph
Professor Sugata Mitra is mentioned in an article and quiz about spelling.

published on: 23rd May 2014

Dementia research

23 May 2014  Tyne Tees
Professor David Burn talks about the future of dementia research.

published on: 23rd May 2014

Why entrepreneurs like Bill Gates become philanthropists

23 May 2014  Guardian voluntaary sector blog
Professor Charles Harvey writes about modern philanthropy.

published on: 23rd May 2014

Patients with diabetes will benefit from Newcastle University study

23 May 2014  Evening Chronicle
Newcastle University study shows 'hypo’ attacks in type 1 diabetes can be managed more effectively.

published on: 23rd May 2014

Students' beer helps garden win silver at Chelsea

22 May 2014  The Journal
Newcastle University's sustainable Stu Brew brewery has helped the NUS garden at Chelsea win a silver gilt award.  Launching their first beer - an Indian Pale Ale - the student-run brewery will take up a permanent home in Chemical Engineering from next month.

published on: 22nd May 2014

Newcastle student brings to life invisible wireless networks

22 May 2014  BBC online
Further coverage of Luis Hernan’s photographs which capture the invisible wireless networks around us.

published on: 22nd May 2014

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