In the Media - Archive

Modern way to keep past alive

06 November 2014  The Journal
The Armstrong First World War Memorial Book, located in the Armstrong Building, reveals the stories of staff and students who died in the war.

published on: 6th November 2014

Academics stage boycott in bitter row over pensions

06 November 2014  The Journal
Academics at Newcastle and Durham universities are staging a marking boycott from today.

published on: 6th November 2014

Duo harness heat to power prawn farm

05 November 2014  The Journal, Business
University graduates Ed Tame and Tim Haynes have established the Fresh Shrimp Company, a business tapping into heat from Lynemouth Power Station to produce tropical king prawns. 

published on: 6th November 2014

North East to lead the way on investment bid

05 November 2014  The Journal
The North East will host one of the three UK Digital Catapult Centres. Key partners include Newcastle, Durham, Sunderland and Teesside Universities.

published on: 6th November 2014

Nortech making strides in US shale industry

05 November 2014  The Journal, Business
A North East business secures a bid in the American shale gas industry.  Mentions research on fracking carried out by Professor Richard Davies and his team.

published on: 6th November 2014

‘Major flaw’ discovered in Visa’s contactless cards

04 November 2014  Daily Mail
Further coverage of research which has revealed that contactless debit cards could be manipulated to transfer thousands into a scammer’s account.

published on: 6th November 2014

How notorious HIV is being hijacked to tackle cancer

04 November 2014  The Conversation
Dr Victoria Forster explains how the HIV virus can be used to help scientists look at the specific genetic changes which they think contribute to a healthy cell becoming a cancer cell.

published on: 6th November 2014

Why crash diets may be GOOD for you: New research turns accepted dieting wisdom on its head

04 November 2014  Daily Mail
Research by Professor Roy Taylor is mentioned in a feature discussing how the view that rapid weight loss is unlikely to be helpful in the long term is starting to change. Professor Taylor's research showed that reducing daily energy intake to 800 calories can reverse type 2 diabetes in just eight weeks.

published on: 6th November 2014

Longer life for damaged livers

04 November 2014  Euronews.com
Researchers on a European project called d-Liver are developing a platform to allow chronic liver disease sufferers to know when their livers are faltering and when they need special hospital care, not just regular check-ups. James Orr, a clinical research fellow in hepatology, at Newcastle University says the technology should improve the quality of life of patients.

published on: 6th November 2014

London: A city in perpetual gridlock

04 November 2014  gulfnews.com
Edmund King, president of the AA, and a visiting professor of transport at Newcastle University is quoted in a feature looking at the steps being taken by Government and businesses to ease congestion in London.

published on: 6th November 2014

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