In the Media - Archive

Breathing Life Into Research

16 February 2015 New Indian Express online
Professor John Kirby, Dean of Postgraduate Studies at FMS delivered a guest lecture at Stella Maris College in Chennai, India.

published on: 16th February 2015

The Ganges: holy, deadly river

16 February 2015 FT Magazine online
Pollution has turned the sacred waters into a lethal cocktail of industrial and human waste. Can the river be saved? Mentions Professor David Graham, who has been analysing water and sediments at seven sites along the Upper Ganges River as part of a joint study with Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi

published on: 16th February 2015

Medicine in a petri dish

16 February 2015 The Hindu
For studying prostate cancer or doing research in childhood leukaemia, Newcastle University is the place to go, writes Dr Deepali Pal who is a Research Fellow/Associate at the Northern Institute for Cancer Research.

published on: 16th February 2015

Students' ambitions fuelled by trip

16 February 2015 Northern Echo
Sixth form students from Teesdale School in Barnard Castle visited the Northern Institute of Cancer Research as part of the University's outreach programme to promote careers in research.

published on: 16th February 2015

Global business leaders inspiring North students

16 February 2015 The Journal
Newcastle University's Entrepreneurial Insights series, organised as part of Rise Up, is designed to encourage students into business. Speakers over the coming weeks include graduate Anna Jones, now CEO of Hearst Publishing.

published on: 16th February 2015

The Great North Museum: Hancock celebrates three million visitors

16 February 2015 BBC online
The Great North Museum will reach the landmark this week during the school half-term holidays.

published on: 16th February 2015

Is organic milk really a better pinta?

16 February 2015 Daily Mail
In the past few years organic milk has gone mainstream and, according to the latest figures, one household in four now regularly buys organic milk. Mentions a study at Newcastle University, which found that organic milk has higher concentrations of beneficial polyunsaturated fats than conventional milk.

published on: 16th February 2015

Women offered £500 for eggs to create world’s first genetically modified children

16 February 2015 The Telegraph
A campaign is underway that seeks women willing to donate eggs to help combat mitochondrial disease.

published on: 15th February 2015

Eric Ravilious: Chalk and Ice

15 February 2015 BBC Radio 3
Historian Frances Spalding, professor of art history, helps explore the life and work of the elusive Eric Ravilious.

published on: 15th February 2015

Capita's takeover of Defra science agency needs scrutiny, say Labour

13 February 2015 Guardian online
The partnership with Newcastle University, which has a reputation for research on food security and rural development, will see the creation of a new £9m ‘virtual’ research institute bringing together around 40 researchers. Includes comment from Professor Rob Edwards.

published on: 13th February 2015

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