In the Media - Archive

Mom’s Mitochondria Affect Pup Longevity

10 October 2014  The Scientist
A new study involving mice shows that mitochondrial DNA mutations in the mother’s eggs can shorten her pups’ lives by approximately one third. Article features a comment from Professor Doug Turnbull.

published on: 10th October 2014

Ageing city

10 October 2014  BBC Look North
Professor Tom Kirkwood discusses the demands of an ageing population.

published on: 10th October 2014

Stay calm on Ebola threat

10 October 2014  Northern Echo
Expert in infectious diseases, Dr Anjam Khan talks about the Ebola virus.

published on: 10th October 2014

Shapers of European culture bring their ideas to Tyneside

10 October 2014  The Journal
Cultural leaders from across Europe are attending the annual conference of Culture Action Europe (CAE) in NewcastleGateshead. Includes comment from Professor Eric Cross, dean of cultural affairs.

published on: 10th October 2014

Interview: Anna Jones, Hearst - the glossy magazines boss fighting for women

09 October 2014  London Evening Standard
Newcastle University Business School alumna, Anna Jones, who has been promoted to UK CEO of Hearst – the media group behind Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping, Elle and Harper’s Bazaar, talks about her role and vision at the helm of the corporation.

published on: 9th October 2014

How thalidomide became one of the most talked about drugs in cancer therapy

09 October 2014  The Conversation
An article by  Dr Victoria Forster about investigating old, inexpensive drugs - originally designed for a variety of maladies - to see whether they might be effective in treating cancer. 

published on: 9th October 2014

RVI Unit on standby to take Ebola patients

09 October 2014  The Journal
Dr Anjam Khan is quoted on the expertise and resources available at the Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI) to deal with cases of Ebola.

published on: 9th October 2014

Meningitis measures are stepped up after death

09 October 2014  The Journal
North East universities are on high alert after a Northumbria University student died from  meningitis. Dr Alison Oldam advised on the measures taken at Newcastle University.
No url but see Student Wellbeing information page

published on: 9th October 2014

Putting ethical behaviour at the heart of business community

09 October 2014  The Journal, Business
Further coverage of The Journal's Pay Fair campaign, mentioning that it is backed by Newcastle University Business School.

published on: 9th October 2014

Rajoy Adds Ebola Outbreak to List of Spanish Challenges

08 October 2014  Bloomberg
The European Commission called on Spain to explain the first known Ebola case to be contracted outside of Africa. Article includes a comment from Dr Alejandro Quiroga, Reader in Spanish History at Newcastle University.

published on: 8th October 2014

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