In the Media - Archive

British photographer turns wireless networks into colourful shots

19 May 2014  Toronto Sun
PhD student Luis Hernan has created stunning images of the wireless networks which surround us by creating a special Kirlian Device to monitor signal strength and long exposure photography.

published on: 20th May 2014

Drug discovery group shows necessity of patience

19 May 2014  Financial Times
Founded in 2003 and floated on Aim in 2007, e-Therapeutics is a pioneer of network pharmacology, a new approach to the discovery of medicines. It has funding until 2019 and may not see a return on investment until 2018.

published on: 19th May 2014

Rural expert joins board

17 May 2014  The Journal
Rural Expert Professor Mark Shucksmith has joined the board of trustees at Action with Communities in Rural England.

published on: 19th May 2014

Bakers Greggs impressed by tasty champions

17 May 2014 The Journal
Students from Newcastle University Business School impressed top bosses at Greggs the bakers with their innovative new product concepts.

published on: 19th May 2014

Five Live Drive

16 May 2014  BBC Radio Five Live
Professor Ashley Adamson comments on the benefits of free school meals.

published on: 16th May 2014

Words from the wise

16 May 2014  The Journal
Professor Chris Day comments on the important role of the regional press.

published on: 16th May 2014

The pill doesn’t reduce a woman's sex drive - unless she starts taking it when she's already in a relationship

15 May 2014  Times of India
A study by universities including Newcastle, has found that women’s sexual satisfaction is not affected if she meets her partner while she is already taking the pill.

published on: 16th May 2014

Hannabiell: Bass trombonist, force of nature and festival favourite

15 May 2014  The Journal
Feature about Newcastle University PhD music student Hannabiell Sanders, an award-winning trombonist and her partner Yilis del Carmen Suriel. Also a student at Newcastle University. They will be performing at their own festival Harambee Pasadia North East, In Easington from 23 to 26 May.

published on: 16th May 2014

Agra doctor moves green tribunal over air pollution

14 May 2014  Times of India
Raising alarm bells over the adverse effect of air pollution on fetuses and newborns, the Agra doctor quoted research from Newcastle University in his call on the Indian Government for action.

published on: 14th May 2014

More needs to be done to keep weight off

14 May 2014  Northern Echo
In a paper published in the BMJ, researchers from Newcastle University and Fuse, the centre for translational research in public health, found most overweight or obese people regain weight after initial weight loss, but that this regain can be reduced through behavioural changes and medication.

published on: 14th May 2014

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