In the Media - Archive

Who won what

10 December 2013  Times Business Insight supplement
A Newcastle University project, which can disperse biofilms, has won biomedical product of the year in the Times.

published on: 10th December 2013

University specialists join growth partnership

10 December 2013  The Journal
Professor Michael Whitaker and Katharine Paterson have been seconded to the North East Local Enterprise Partnership to help boost links between the region's universities and businesses.

published on: 10th December 2013

Take care, the winter cold is a killer

09 December 2013  Daily Telegraph
With Britain suffering its first cold snap of the season and more freezing temperatures predicted, health experts fear a repeat of last winter, when the number of deaths linked to cold weather rose by almost a third. With comment from Dr Louise Allan.

published on: 9th December 2013

Charity invests £500k to fight blood cancers

09 December 2013  The Journal
North East charity Bright Red is helping University research into blood cancer by funding a Flow Cytometer machine and other analysis equipment.

published on: 9th December 2013

Are you a gamer?

09 December 2013  The Journal, J2
Professor Lynn Rochester is leading a research project into how computer games on systems like the Wii and Xbox can be used to help people with Parkinson's disease.

published on: 9th December 2013

Shivering Brits face black winter as experts warn of power cuts

09 December 2013  Daily Star
Professor Ian Fells comments on the lack of a safety net in power supply in the UK.

published on: 9th December 2013

Children could have DNA tested at birth

08 December 2013  Sunday Telegraph
Every child in Britain could have their DNA decoded at birth by the NHS to predict their risk of disease, the Health Secretary has predicted. With comment from Professor Sir John Burn.

published on: 9th December 2013

Foreign students' centre is best new building

07 December 2013  The Journal
The University's INTO centre won the People's Choice category in the Newcastle Lord Mayor's Design Awards, with the Student Forum and Student Union also winning the 'landscape' and 'refurbishment' categories respectively.

published on: 9th December 2013

In Business: Longevity War Game

06 December 2013  BBC Radio 4
In Newcastle if you live in a well off area you are likely to have eleven more healthy years then if you reside in a more deprived part of the city just a few miles away. Peter Day attends a Newcastle University war game put together to try and find a way to bridge this gap by 50% in ten years with no extra money?

published on: 6th December 2013

Campus Round-Up: Gene drunk

06 December 2013  Times Higher Education
Researchers, jointly led by Newcastle University, have found that mice with a specific genetic mutation chose to consume alcohol to the point of drunkenness. The findings  could guide development of better treatments for alcoholism in the future.

published on: 6th December 2013

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