In the Media - Archive

Phantom Melodies Yield Real Clues to Brain’s Workings

14 February 2014  New York Times
Further coverage of Sukhbinder Kumar's research into musical hallucinations.

published on: 14th February 2014

Would you want to find out about an inherited genetic condition?

14 February 2014  BBC World Service
Professor Sir John Burn talks about the issues and possibilities raised by advances in genetics.

published on: 14th February 2014

North leading in research into child brain cancer

14 February 2014  Northern Echo
Newcastle University scientists based  at the Northern Institute for Cancer Research are leading a £4m study to examine some of the most aggressive brain tumours in children.

published on: 14th February 2014

Woman whose death made her immortal

14 February 2014  The Journal
Dr Pauline McCormack comments on the ethical issues surrounding the story of Henrietta Lack, a woman whose cells – which were taken without her knowledge before her death - have been used in medical research. A new play at the Live Theatre tells her story.

published on: 14th February 2014

Student company creates comic opera mayhem

14 February 2014  The Journal
The Newcastle University Gilbert and Sullivan Society is performing Iolanthe at the Royal Grammar School in Jesmond.

published on: 14th February 2014

'An unparalleled natural crisis'

13 February 2014  Daily Telegraph
A full round-up of the storms that have hit the UK.  Includes comment from Professor Richard Dawson about controversial plans to sacrifice smaller villages in an effort to save more densely-populated areas.

published on: 14th February 2014

Anti-ageing skin treatment found by Newcastle scientists

13 February 2014  BBC Look North
Further coverage of the work of Professor Mark Birch-Machin and his team on a new product they believe may halt the process of skin ageing.

published on: 14th February 2014

Newcastle University Business school Set to Establish advisory Board in India

13 February 2014  India Education Diary
The Business School is to hold talks about establishing an Indian advisory board, created to support the School’s development with advice from leading Indian corporations and business experts.

published on: 14th February 2014

Chant encounters: listening in on lad culture on campus

13 February 2014  Times Higher
Article discussing whether student 'banter' is harmless rivalry or misogyny. Includes comment from Richard Parry, campaigns officer at Newcastle University Students' Union.

published on: 14th February 2014

Sir Eric Thomas bids farewell

13 February 2014  Times Higher, News in brief
The vice-chancellor of University of Bristol is to retire in August 2015. Article mentions that he graduated in medicine from Newcastle University in 1976.

published on: 14th February 2014

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