In the Media - Archive

Wie genervt ist eine geschüttelte Biene?

08 February 2014 Science in focus, national public radio, Germany
Dr Geraldine Wright contributed to a programme on ways to measure the well-being of animals.

published on: 10th February 2014

Cover letter advice surgery – live chat

07 February 2014  Guardian Professional
Lindsay Johnson, information officer at Newcastle University Careers Service, was one of a panel of experts providing advice to students.

published on: 7th February 2014

Schizophrenia: Talking therapies as effective as drugs

06 February 2014  BBC Online
Newcastle University researchers have found cognitive behaviour therapy could help people with schizophrenia who refuse to take anti-psychotic medication, - which can have serious side-effects.

published on: 6th February 2014

Natural Flood Management schemes

06 February 2014  BBC ONE Show
Dr Paul Quinn from the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, discusses Natural Flood Management schemes and how they could be used across the UK to alleviate the misery of flooding. (Clip starts at 2minutes 42seconds)

published on: 6th February 2014

Why war doesn't have to be so hard on heritage

06 February 2014  The Journal
Professor Peter Stone explains how his bespoke software system, "Arches", operates to protect cultural property in times of war.

published on: 6th February 2014

‘School in the Cloud' facility opened in Dehli

05 February 2014  Times of India
The professor of educational technology who 15 years ago installed a computer in a hole in a wall in a Delhi slum and allowed the local children free access, has launched the first Indian 'School in the Cloud' in Delhi. 

published on: 5th February 2014

£400,000 grant given to study broiler breeder diets

05 February 2014  Farmers Weekly
Researchers from Newcastle University and Scotland’s Rural College aim to find ways to improve the diet and welfare of poultry.

published on: 5th February 2014

English folk big in Germany

05 February 2014  The Journal, J3
Folk music graduate Andrew Cadie, whose band Broom Bezzums is proving popular in Germany, says he has fond memories of being one of the first to study for the degree in 2001.

published on: 5th February 2014

Take advantage of every opportunity for your business

05 February 2014   The Journal, Business,
Medical student Stuart Maitland talks about how his business creating medical apps took off after winning the University's Lion's Den competition.

published on: 5th February 2014

Richard Hamilton: portrait of the artist as a social networker

04 February 2014  The Guardian
The Tate Modern is hosting an exhibition dedicated to photographs of influential artist Richard Hamilton, who was a professor at Newcastle university.  

published on: 5th February 2014

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