In the Media - Archive

Fears for expertise as older workers shunned

19 November 2013  Financial Times
Over-65s contribute more than £65billion to the economy but this could be much higher, says Prof Tom Kirkwood of Newcastle University.

published on: 19th November 2013

How to ensure infrastructure funding is spent wisely - roundup

19 November 2013  The Guardian
Dr Peter O'Brien took part in a live chat on how infrstructure improvements could boost the economy.

published on: 19th November 2013

Dr Michael Sweet on why corals catch colds

19 November 2013  Science Weekly
As scientists warn about growing ocean acidification and rising sea temperatures, scientific research tries to understand and tackle coral health and decline.

published on: 19th November 2013

Hear, hear to 100 haikus

18 November 2013  Northern Echo
Brief reviews of poetry books "from Japan to Nissan" includes reference to two books by Bill Herbert, written as he travelled the world.

published on: 18th November 2013

Driving & Distracted

18 November 2013  BBC Breakfast
Research by Newcastle University has shown that hands-free devices are just as dangerous as mobile phones because it is the act of concentrating on a conversation which causes driver distraction. No url but see press release.

published on: 18th November 2013

Sensors: an A to Z

15 November 2013  Engineering & Technology
Kitchens: scientists and language experts have integrated sensors into a kitchen to provide instruction and feedback on what is being cooked.

published on: 15th November 2013

Hairy Biker Dave Myers reveals five things he can't live without

15 November 2013  Daily Express
No. 5 on the list is spices - the power of which Dave discovered when working with "wonderful dieticians" from Newcastle University in a bid to lose weight.

published on: 15th November 2013

First for Pharma: First for industry leadership

15 November 2013   The Journal, healthcare supplement
Feature on Newcastle University's pharma community.

published on: 15th November 2013

A valuable weapon in war against drug-resistant superbugs: Antibiotic offers hope

14 November 2013  The Independent
Article about the development of a new kind of antibiotic that causes microbes to digest themselves quotes comments on the research from Professor Kenn Gerdes, who believes it offers hope for a new way of tackling resistant bacterial infections.

published on: 14th November 2013

Disrupting bacterial communication opens up artificial cell design

14 November 2013  The Engineer
Artificial materials based on simple synthetic polymers can disrupt the way in which bacteria communicate with each other.

published on: 14th November 2013

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