In the Media - Archive

Director named to drive forward Science City

04 October 2013  Journal, Business
Leading business woman Fiona Standfield has been appointed to lead the future development of Newcastle Science City.

published on: 4th October 2013

Revealed: Margaret Thatcher's ironing board and other state secrets

04 October 2013  Daily Express
Documents have revealed that in 1968 Harold Wilson was furious that £1,500 had been spent for a Newcastle University study on the length of mini skirts.

published on: 4th October 2013

9 best immune system boosters

04 October 2013  Woman and Home
Research by Dr Georg Lietz about vitamin A is cited in article about how to protect yourself from colds and flu.

published on: 4th October 2013

Would you really get in the way of this dodgeball?

03 October 2013  The Journal
Stars of the sporting world, including Jessica Ennis-Hill, Stuart Broad and Steve Harmison, were at Newcastle University yesterday for dodgeball matches to celebrate the start of a unique partnership between the University and sportswear firm Adidas.

published on: 3rd October 2013

Tyneside scheme to stop pollution

03 October 2013  Evening Chronicle
A low-cost system designed by Newcastle University academics as a solution to mine water pollution is being piloted in the Lake District. No url but see press release.

published on: 3rd October 2013

Intellectual capital: London beats Japan and outruns regions

03 October 2013  Times Higher Education
Many of the regional universities in the UK have fallen in the Times Higher world university rankings. Newcastle University has fallen to 198th place.

published on: 3rd October 2013

Grant winners

03 October 2013  Times Higher Education
Harriet Archer has been awarded a grant from the Leverhulme Trust to study English Poets in the 1570s.

published on: 3rd October 2013

Researchers tackling the health lottery gap

03 October 2013  The Journal
A two-day project run by Newcastle University, which looked at ways to close the gap in health inequality, has been hailed a success after identifying a number of ways to tackle the problem.

published on: 3rd October 2013

Chimps ignore watching eyes

03 October 2013  Nature online
Unlike humans, chimpanzees do not alter their behaviour significantly when eyes are gazing down at them suggesting that humans may be unique in their extreme sensitivity to faces, according to research by Professor Daniel Nettle.

published on: 3rd October 2013

Report highlights gaps in breast cancer research

02 October 2013  The Journal
A comprehensive review of breast cancer research has identified 10 key areas where more study is needed. Nicola Curtin, Professor of experimental cancer therapeutics and contributing author, provides comment.

published on: 2nd October 2013

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