In the Media - Archive

The rise of on-body cameras and how they will change how we live

23 July 2015 New Scientist online
On-body cameras are often seen as a gesture of good faith between police departments and the public. Mentions a Newcastle University study showing that “honesty box” contributions increased when a picture of a scrutinising face was present. 

published on: 23rd July 2015

Creating a reality for both to understand

23 July 2015 The Journal
Policymakers should engage in dialogue over fracking if they are to win over doubters, according to a study by ReFINE – an independent research consortium on fracking, led by Professor Richard Davies.

published on: 23rd July 2015

Alfie and Charlie at Breakfast

23 July 2015 BBC Radio Newcastle
A band of ‘storm chasers’ has been set up by Newcastle University to help collect data about flash flooding and inform the way we manage future flood risk.

published on: 23rd July 2015

Time to take stock?

23 July 2015 The Journal
Fish stocks in the North Sea have improved thanks to strict conservation measures observed over the last 15 years. Nick Polunin, Professor of Marine Environmental Science at Newcastle University is quoted.

published on: 23rd July 2015

North team given £1m arthritis research grant

21 July 2015 The Journal
Arthritis sufferers across the UK have been given fresh hope after the Newcastle University team behind a major medical breakthrough were awarded a £1m grant.

published on: 21st July 2015

Could a liquid diet reverse diabetes?

21 July 2015 Daily Mail
Researchers are looking at whether a low-calorie liquid diet can reverse type 2 diabetes or reduce the need for insulin. Previous study at Newcastle University found that very low calorie diets can potentially reverse type 2 diabetes in people recently diagnosed with the condition.

published on: 21st July 2015

Call for NE Broadcasting Corporation

21 July 2015 The Journal
Professor of Social Geography, Alastair Bonnett says 'North East Broadcasting Corporation' can give the region its own voice.

published on: 21st July 2015

Drawing nudes preserves memory better than exercise or puzzles

21 July 2015 The Times
An experiment conducted at Newcastle University as part of Trust me, I'm a Doctor episode has shown that learning a new skill could help combat memory loss.

published on: 21st July 2015

Getting rail freight back on track in Europe

21 July 2015 Euronews online
Transportation costs affect the price of any goods we buy, so reducing them could help our pocket. Includes comments from researchers at the NewRail Centre for Railway Research at Newcastle University.

published on: 21st July 2015

Newcastle University India scholarships

21 July 2015 New Indian Express, Times of India and India Education Diary
Postgraduate scholarships from the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences and the Law School are available for eligible students from India.

published on: 21st July 2015

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