In the Media - Archive

Subsea sector

28 March 2014  The Journal's North of England energy and offshore report
Overview of the development and importance of the subsea sector mentions the Neptune Nationa Centre.

published on: 28th March 2014

North Sea opportunities set to help our region’s businesses grow

28 March 2014  The Journal, North of England energy and offshore report
Newcastle University School of Marine Science and Technology is the UK's first marine school which provides a single base for all education, innovation and research related to the sea.

published on: 28th March 2014

SMEs vital to innovation

28 March 2014  The Journal, North of England energy and offshore report
Simon Green, head of business support at Newcastle Science City, explains the role of SMEs in the advancement of the energy sector.

published on: 28th March 2014

Community dentistry

27 March 2014  You and Yours, BBC Radio 4
Professor Jimmy Steele comments on the difficulties faced by those who need home visits by a dentist.

published on: 27th March 2014

Grant winners

27 March 2014  Times Higher Education
Professor Neil Perkins has secured a BBSRC grant to assess DNA damage induced phosphorylation and regulation of NF-kappaB which has an important role in many inflammatory diseases and cancer. (Please scroll down to this item)

published on: 27th March 2014

What are you reading?

27 March 2014  Times Higher Eduction
Diane Richardson, professor of sociology and social policy, is reading Angelia R. Wilson’s Why Europe is Lesbian and Gay Friendly (and Why America Never Will Be)   (Please scroll down to this item)

published on: 27th March 2014

A crash diet to cure diabetes

27 March 2014  Daily Mirror
Professor Roy Taylor advises that a large-scale trial is needed to determine the long term benefits of a two-month long severely restricted diet.

published on: 27th March 2014

Maryport Roman settlement: Unearthing a Roman civilian's past

27 March 2014  BBC Online
An archaeological team from Newcastle University is unearthing the remains of a Roman fort and settlement in the hope of gaining a better understanding of everyday Roman civilian life.

published on: 27th March 2014

Ban on sending books to prisoners: 'a very clumsy sledgehammer'

26 March 2014  Guardian online
Richard Armstrong, prison literacy researcher at Newcastle University, comments on the potential effects of a ban on books sent in parcels to prisoners.

published on: 26th March 2014

Cuenca and Newcastle Universities sign MOU

26 March 2014  El Mercurio, Ecuador
The University of Cuenca in Ecuador signs a Memorandum of Understanding with Newcastle University, signifying the co-operation between the two institutions.

published on: 26th March 2014

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