In the Media - Archive

Historian joins with university

25 August 2015 Northern Echo
Further coverage of the appointment of Professor Richard Clay who takes up the role of a Professor of Digital Humanities from 1 September.

published on: 26th August 2015

Giant house spiders are invading British homes following wet and warm summer

24 August 2015 The Independent online
Dr Clare Rind, a neurobiologist from Newcastle University, comments on the increase in Giant House Spider numbers and sizes, thanks to a wet spring and balmy summer.

published on: 26th August 2015

Is it possible to think someone else's thoughts?

24 August 2015 The Observer
Scientists at Newcastle University's Institute of Neuroscience are carrying out research using implants that can help people with paralysis by re-routing nerve impulses back into the body to bypass damaged nerves and control robotic limbs.

published on: 26th August 2015

Student flat plans are submitted

24 August 2015 The Journal
A planning application submitted by Newcastle University shows how the Richardson Road accommodation could be replaced with new blocks of flats as part of a multi-million pound regeneration project.

published on: 24th August 2015

Is socialism coming up Trumps?

24 August 2015 The Journal
Prof Martin Farr comments on the current Labour Party leadership election.

published on: 24th August 2015

North site is 'steeped' in ancient history

24 August 2015 The Journal
Newcastle University student Daisy-Alys Vaughan has made one of the final discoveries at the Maryport temples archaeological dig in Cumbria.

published on: 24th August 2015

Graffiti expert to leave his mark on university

24 August 2015 The Journal
Professor Richard Clay will take up his new position at Newcastle University shortly after his latest film - about the history of graffiti - is broadcast on BBC 4.

published on: 24th August 2015

CO2 could keep fracking's leaky side in check

21 August 2015  New Scientist
Professor Richard Davies comments on suggestions that pumping carbon  dioxide into shale gas wells could prevent toxic compounds getting into shallow aquifers.

published on: 21st August 2015

Rural plan, Dairy market rise, Farming Today calf

20 August 2015  Farming Today, BBC Radio 4
Professor Mark Shucksmith says that the devil will be in the detail of the government's  new rural productivity plan. (Listen from 09:50)

published on: 20th August 2015

Rare crystal rock found by student during dig

20 August 2015  The Journal
Second year student Daisy-Alys Vaughan has discovered a rare piece of rock crystal Roman jewellery during an award-winning archaeological dig. No url but see press release.

published on: 20th August 2015

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