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Turntable talks

28 October 2014  Journal, Culture
An international conference at the University will put the history of the record labels in the spotlight. One Century of Record Labels: Mapping, Places, Stories and Communities of Sound takes place November 6 and 7 in the Devonshire Building.

published on: 29th October 2014

Sunday Morning with…

26 October 2014  BBC Radio Scotland
Professor Jackie Leach Scully, PEALS Co-Director, comments on the ethics of recent moves by companies to provide financial support for women employees to freeze their eggs with the aim of having their children at a later stage in their careers. (listen from 1:04:48)

published on: 29th October 2014

Studying role of aspirin in cancer fight

25 October 2014  The Journal
A pioneering clinical trial, looking at the benefits of aspirin to prevent bowel cancer in people at high risk of the illness and led by Prof John Burn from the University’s Institute of Genetic Medicine, has welcomed its first participants.

published on: 29th October 2014

Live Well

27 October 2014  ITV Tyne Tees
Professor John Mathers talks about the Live Well project, which has looked at how people can stay healthier in retirement.

published on: 29th October 2014

Live Well

27 October 2014  ITV Tyne Tees
Professor John Mathers talks about the Live Well project, which has looked at how people can stay healthier in retirement.

published on: 29th October 2014

Live Well

25 October 2014  ITV Tyne Tees
Professor John Mathers talks about the Live Well project, which has looked at how people can stay healthier in retirement.

published on: 29th October 2014

How to get funding for your arts and humanities postgrad

23 October 2014  The Guardian
An overview of funding souces avalable to postgraduate students studying arts and humanities. Article mentions the 20% Newcastle University alumni discount.

published on: 24th October 2014

The next big thing in the fight against obesity

23 October 2014  The Journal
A €9m project, led by Professor Lynn Frewer, explores how food affects the behaviour in our genes.

published on: 23rd October 2014

Early-childhood infections linked to hearing loss in late life, study says

23 October 2014  Fox News
A study, led by Dr Mark Pearce, discovered a link between late-life hearing loss and common, early-childhood illnesses like tonsillitis and ear infections.

published on: 23rd October 2014

MPs to investigate controversial three-parent IVF technique

23 October 2014  ITV online
Yesterday, a committee of MPs looked at whether the UK should become the first country in the world to legalise an IVF technique that was developed by the teams of professors Doug Turnbull and Mary Herbert.

published on: 23rd October 2014

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