In the Media - Archive

Combination act: union trio promise to bring sector to 'standstill' over pay

24 October 2013  Times Higher
Universities have dismissed union claims that nest week's one-day strike will bring them to a "standstill". Includes comment from Ms Veryan Johnston, executive director of HR.

published on: 24th October 2013

Dog cloning to arrive in Britain

24 October 2013  Daily Telegraph
Professor Tom Kirkwood comments on the launch of a service which will allow British dog owners to clone their pet.

published on: 24th October 2013

Could you be happier?

24 October 2013  The Journal
Feature looking at why parts of the North East rank very low in a Government report measuring well-being, with comment from Professor Daniel Nettle.

published on: 24th October 2013

North East residents 'most unhappy'

24 October 2013  BBC online
Dr Joan Harvey comments on the latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) survey of well-being.

published on: 24th October 2013

Prime Minister Questions

24 October 2013  Sky news, 5-live and BBC
The issue of helping people who are addicted to benzoates (diazepam) and encouragement to recommend the withdrawal programme devised by Professor Heather Ashton.

published on: 24th October 2013

UK's Newcastle University: A study-abroad destination

23 October 2013  Afternoon Despatch & Courier, India
Article profiles Newcastle University, its courses and highlights popular programmes in the university at under-graduate level.

published on: 23rd October 2013

How did ancient Greek music sound?

23 October 2013  BBC online
The music of ancient Greece, unheard for thousands of years, is being brought back to life by academics from Newcastle and Oxford.  Dr David Creese, Lecturer in Classics (History, Classics and Archaeology), has constructed an eight-string "canon" (a zither-like instrument) to play songs from 200 AD. (follow the link to hear the recording)

published on: 23rd October 2013

£1bn energy scheme could bring hundreds of jobs to North East

23 October 2013  The Journal
Newcastle University spin out company Five Quarter is looking to bring low-cost, clean gas from under the sea, creating employment and securing manufacturing jobs.

published on: 23rd October 2013

DNA fingerprinting sewage bugs

23 October 2013  Northern Echo
Northumbrian Water is working with Newcastle University to investigate the potential for the use of next-generation DNA sequencing in the management of the activated sewage sludge treatment process.

published on: 23rd October 2013

A smarter way to help slash energy bills in North East

23 October 2013  Journal, Business
A joint initiative involving Newcastle and Durham Universities aims to change the existing dynamic between energy consumer and provider and support the move towards the creation of a smarter and greener electricity network. Includes comment from Professor Phil Taylor, director of NIRES.

published on: 23rd October 2013

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