In the Media - Archive

Shaping the future Fastest 50

09 October 2013  The Journal, Fastest 50 supplement
Alex Shiel, Partner at law firm Ward Hadaway looks at the way new ideas coming from the region's universities can shape the future economy of the North East.

published on: 9th October 2013

Researchers Discover Massive Ice Channels in Antarctica

08 October 2013  Nature World News
Massive ice channels have been found floating beneath ice-shelves in Antarctica, with some as tall as the Eiffel tower and stretching hundreds of miles along the shelf, according to a study by researchers at Exeter, Newcastle and Bristol Universities.

published on: 8th October 2013

How a dog's collar could help save its master's life: Device will indicate if elderly owners are unwell

08 October 2013  Daily Mail
A device, developed at Newcastle University, which monitors an animal’s mood could provide a discrete way of monitoring the health and well-being of vulnerable owners.

published on: 8th October 2013

Bubble unit needs a Gallant Knight to ride to the rescue

07 October 2013  The Journal
Further coverage of the appeal to help raise funds for the Bubble Unit.

published on: 7th October 2013

Join our bid to help the bubble children

05 October 2013  The Journal
The Journal launches a campaign to save the Bubble Unit at the RVI, run in collaboration with Newcastle University, which is running out of money.

published on: 7th October 2013

Huge rise in energy bills: Cost to soar as firms axe cheap fuel tariffs

05 October 2013  Daily Express
Emeritus Professor Ian Fells comments on rising energy costs.

published on: 7th October 2013

Three parent babies 'incompatible with human dignity'

04 October 2013  Daily Telegraph
Professor Doug Turnbull comments on criticism by European politicians of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority decision to recommend the UK government to permit the new IVF technique.

published on: 4th October 2013

The women who shaped a region

04 October 2013  ITV Tyne Tees
Further coverage of an exhibition entitled Inspirational Women North East, organised by Professor Helen Berry, includes stunning art and photography produced by Newcastle University students and submitted by members of the local community. Running at the Hatton Gallery until 21 December.

published on: 4th October 2013

Heavy metals from Cumbria mine tackled in lagoons pilot

04 October 2013  BBC online and Look North
Further coverage of a low-cost system designed by Newcastle University academics as a solution to mine water pollution is being piloted in the Lake District.

published on: 4th October 2013

The Global Popularity of Tudor Style

04 October 2013  Wall Street Journal
Andrew Ballantyne, professor of architecture at Newcastle University, comments on a story about the popularity of Tudor style buildings around the world.

published on: 4th October 2013

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