In the Media - Archive

How Google Glass is helping Parkinson's sufferers

09 April 2014  Daily Telegraph
The Digital Interaction team at Newcastle University are investigating Google Glass as an assistive aid to help people with Parkinson’s retain their independence for longer.

published on: 9th April 2014

Helpful mHealthful creation is rolled out

09 April 2014  The Journal
University entrepreneur Stuart Maitland is rolling out his online learning platform mediwikis to medical schools across the UK. The app provides medical students with free access to a collaborative revision website and has received support from Science City.

published on: 9th April 2014

Newcastle University India Scholarships

09 April 2014  India Education Diary online
The International Office has announced two Newcastle University Indian Scholarships available to high-achieving Indian students applying for September 2014 entry to undergraduate degree programmes.

published on: 9th April 2014

Today programme

08 April 2014  BBC Radio Four
Professor Chris Day comments on plans to create a medical hub in the south of England. (From 1 hour 36 mins into the programme)

published on: 8th April 2014

Ancient art in North gets national recognition

08 April 2014  The Journal
Dr Aron Mazel was part of a team which succeeded in getting mysterious cup and ring carvings in Northumberland scheduled as Ancient Monuments by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.

published on: 8th April 2014

Ministerio de Educacion Superior, Ciencia y Tecnologia

07 April 2014  Diario Libre, Dominican Republic
Newcastle University is one of 7 UK universities eligible to receive students sponsored by MESCyT - the Dominican Republic's official government sponsor. MESCyT has identified 55 programmes in the UK and 11 of these are at Newcastle University.

published on: 8th April 2014

Fruit juices and smoothies contain 'horrifying' sugar levels

06 April 2014  Sunday Telegraph
Many fruit juices and smoothies contain more sugar than the World Health Organisation recommends an average person should consume in a day. Includes comment from Professor Paula Moynihan.

published on: 7th April 2014

Winter storms signal onset of climate change

05 April 2014  Farmers Weekly
Scientists have said that severe gales and flooding at the beginning of this year could be the early stages of climate change. Research by Newcastle University is mentioned.

published on: 7th April 2014

Graduates snapped up by software firm

05 April 2014  The Journal, Business
North East software consultancy and development company Scott Logic, who have been working with the University's Careers Service to offer work placements to students, have taken on a further two computing science graduates on a permanent basis.

published on: 7th April 2014

Alexander Armstrong's Real Ripping Yarns

04 April 2014  BBC Radio4
Professors Matthew Grenby (at 11' into the programme) and Kim Reynolds (at 17' 45" into the programme) contribute to an exploration of the literature that inspired Michael Palin and Terry Jones' classic TV comedy, Ripping Yarns.

published on: 7th April 2014

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