In the Media - Archive

War hero and charity stalwart dies at the age of 94

03 April 2014  The Journal
Second World War hero and former Newcastle University lecturer in Landscape Gardening Andrew Brown has died.

published on: 3rd April 2014

Newcastle's Hatton Gallery revamp boosted by lottery support

02 April 2014  BBC Online
Outline plans for a £3.5million project to revitalise the Hatton Gallery at Newcastle University have received backing from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

published on: 2nd April 2014

Going back to his roots

02 April 2014  The Journal
Prof Sir John Burn spent time with new head of the NHS Simon Stevens when he visited the Centre for Life as part of a tour of the North East.

published on: 2nd April 2014

Students’ fundraising gets them to Hong Kong

02 April 2014  The Journal
A group of students has travelled to Hong Kong without spending any money as part of a challenge to raise funds for the charity Kidscan.

published on: 2nd April 2014

Final countdown to economic breakfast

02 April 2014  The Journal, Business
Dr Joanna Berry is to be a panellist at the Economic Forecast Breakfast 2014 on 10 April.

published on: 2nd April 2014

Ageing

01 April 2014  Bang Goes the Theory, BBC 1
Newcastle University academics help the team demonstrate what happens inside our bodies as we age. (From two and a half minutes into the programme)

published on: 1st April 2014

e-Therapeutics restart drug trial recruiting

01 April 2014  The Journal
The AIM-listed Newcastle University spin-out has restarted recruiting into a cancer drug trial and has announced positive interim results from its phase 1a UK study into the drug's safety, dosing and effectiveness in patients with advanced solid tumours.

published on: 1st April 2014

Students' celebrity exhibition earns them a 'V' for victory

01 April 2014  The Journal, Culture
Newcastle University students have successfully curated an exhibition returning former icons to the spotlight.

published on: 1st April 2014

Severe winter storms could signal onset of climate change in UK

31 March 2014  Farming UK
Feature on extreme weather mentions research by Prof Hayley Fowler at Newcastle University which predicted that the first signs of climate change could be detectable in winter rainfalls in the South West as early as the 2020s.

published on: 31st March 2014

As seas rise, millions cling to borrowed time and dying land

31 March 2014  New York Times
Feature on rising seas levels in Bangladesh mentions John Pethick, a former professor of coastal science at Newcastle University, who has spent much of his retirement studying the region and found that high tides were rising 10 times faster than the global average.

published on: 31st March 2014

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