In the Media - Archive

This research could save lives, so why no progress?

11 February 2014  The Guardian
Polly Toynbee asks why a genetic technique developed at the University that replaces faulty mitochondria in the mother's egg with healthy mitochondria from a donor egg is not receiving Government backing.

published on: 11th February 2014

Milk, cheese and fruit help organic food market to bounce back after four years of falling sales

11 February 2014  Daily Mail
Article on a rise in organic sales mentions University research into the different  levels of  'good fats' in organic and non-organic milk.

published on: 11th February 2014

Taking a fresh look at the business of ethics

11 February 2014  The Times, Business Insight
Feature on Prof McKinlay, director of MBA programmes and executive education at the Business School, and his plans for the future.

published on: 11th February 2014

Dunston Staithes

11 February 2014  Inside Out, BBC NE and Cumbria
Prof Wolfgang Weileder talks about his latest art project on the Dunston Staithes in Gateshead which was built to load coal onto boats and remains the largest wooden structure in Europe. (slot begins 20mins in; Wolfgang at 25.43)

published on: 11th February 2014

Smoking ban in cars with children difficult to enforce

10 February 2014  The Conversation
Dr Neil Thorpe discusses the difficulties in enforcing such a ban.

published on: 10th February 2014

Parade welcomes Year of the Horse in North

10 February 2014  The Journal
The Confucius Institute at Newcastle University supported Newcastle Gateshead Initiative in organising the Chinese New Year festival programme.

published on: 10th February 2014

Investment in new ideas required to solve flooding issue

10 February 2014  Farmers Guardian
Article looking at the growing problem of flooding includes reference to the University's 'back to nature' flood scheme at Belford Burn, Northumberland.

published on: 10th February 2014

Life class

09 February 2014  The Observer
Brief article on unhealthy behaviour includes comment from Professor Tom Kirkwood.

published on: 10th February 2014

Breaking codes with Colossus

09 February 2014  The History Hour, BBC Radio 4
Emeritus Professor Brian Randell discusses the way mathematicians deciphered the encryption used by the Lorenz machines. (Clip starts at 38 minutes into programme)

published on: 10th February 2014

Team roughs it to study a loveable species under threat

08 February 2014  The Journal
A team of Newcastle University graduates has travelled to Madagascar to better understand the threat to lemurs.

published on: 10th February 2014

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