In the Media - Archive

Holy sites 'may offer clues to antibiotic resistance'

09 June 2014  BBC online
An international team of researchers from Newcastle University and the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, is studying how large gatherings of people could become hotspots for the spread of the genes that cause resistance.

published on: 9th June 2014

Graduate jobs up for grabs at fair

09 June 2014  Northern Echo
The University's Careers Service is organising the 2014 Newcastle Graduate Recruitment Fair tomorrow at St James' Park.

published on: 9th June 2014

Regular soil testing vital to grassland productivity

07 June 2014  Farmers Guardian
Dr Elizabeth Stockdale advises farmers at the Soil Association's national livestock event in Gloucestershire.

published on: 9th June 2014

Artists shed a light on genius

07 June 2014  The Journal
Prof Andrew Burton, head of fine art, has created Light Vessel, a bottle-shaped sculpture made of recycled glass bricks, as part of an exhibition inspired by Lord Armstrong at the National Trust's Cragside estate.

published on: 9th June 2014

Paramedic project will improve treatment for strokes

07 June 2014  The Journal
Newcastle University Stroke Research Group is part of a project that will help extend the amount of initial treatments a paramedic can offer to someone who is suspected to have suffered a stroke.

published on: 9th June 2014

The diabetes epidemic

06 June 2014  Tonight on ITV
A documentary looking at the growing problem of diabetes. Reporter Jonathan Maitland visited Newcastle University to learn more about Professor Roy Taylor’s research which has shown a low calorie diet can reverse type 2 diabetes. (watch from 17.59)

published on: 6th June 2014

Universities collaborate in arthritis research bid

06 June 2014  The Journal
Experts at Newcastle University are leading a £2.5m Arthritis Research UK Rheumatoid Arthritis Pathogenesis Centre of Excellence which hopes to address the unmet needs of the 400,000 people who suffer the crippling condition.

published on: 6th June 2014

Newcastle Varsity scholarships

06 June 2014  Financial Chronicle, India
Newcastle University's School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is offering undergraduate scholarships worth £3,000 a year to international students.

published on: 6th June 2014

Where there's muck, there's gas

06 June 2014  Northern Echo
Article on Northumbrian Water's green credentials mentions that it collaborated with Newcastle University to install the first working Microbial Electrolysis Cell (MEC) reactor at a waste water treatment works on Tyneside.

published on: 6th June 2014

Universities jointly research rheumatoid arthritis

05 June 2014  The Scotsman
Newcastle University is working with Glasgow and Birmingham Universities to create the Rheumatoid Arthritis Pathogenesis Centre for Excellence, a virtual research centre which will develop new approaches for the care of people with the condition.

published on: 5th June 2014

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