In the Media - Archive

Music inspired by county landscape

20 January 2014  The Journal
Graduate Shona Mooney has been commissioned by Newcastle University to compose a piece of music celebrating the landscape of Northumberland National Park.

published on: 20th January 2014

Star in city to explore his new role

17 January 2014  Northern Echo
Homeland star Damian Lewis visited the Robinson Library on Monday to view our Gertrude Bell archive. He plays Bell’s married lover Charles Doughty Wylie in the film Queen of the Desert and the archive includes correspondence between them.

published on: 17th January 2014

Why organic matters

17 January 2014  Goop, issue 13
Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle newsletter features research by Newcastle University which shows organic produce had up to 40 percent higher levels of vitamin C, zinc, iron and other key nutrients.  (Please scroll down to item)

published on: 17th January 2014

Grant Winners

16 January 2014  Times Higher
Dr Yulia Yuzenkova, Cell and Molecular Biosciences, has won a Royal Society Fellowship to study mechanisms of cyanobacterial transcription.

published on: 16th January 2014

A Grand Canyon buried beneath the ice! (Yes, another one.)

16 January 2014  Los Angeles Times
Further coverage of the discovery of a massive trench buried beneath the Antarctic ice.

published on: 16th January 2014

Morning Reports

16 January 2014  BBC, Radio5Live
Professor Enda O'Connell in the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences discusses the need for a "portfolio of flood prevention strategies" to mitigate the risk of flooding.

published on: 16th January 2014

Campaign call to help fund hand-held lifesaver

16 January 2014  The Journal, Business
A world-leading biotech firm which works closely with Newcastle University, is to launch a crowdfunding campaign to support the development of a 'hand-held laboratory' that could save millions of lives worldwide.

published on: 16th January 2014

Can this 'science-inspired' soft drink REALLY help prevent Alzheimer's?

16 January 2014  The Guardian
Developers of a new soft drink say it is inspired by reviews of published scientific work, including studies on green tea at Newcastle University.

published on: 16th January 2014

Massive trough deeper than the Grand Canyon found 7km under the ice in Antarctica - yet is impossible to see from the surface

15 January 2014  Times of India
Scientists have discovered a trench deeper than the Grand Canyon under the Antarctic ice. The study of the Ellsworth Subglacial Highlands will help to shed light on how the West Antarctica ice sheet will behave in a warmer climate.

published on: 15th January 2014

Visitors to a deprived area fearful in an hour

15 January 2014   TIME magazine blog
Research by Newcastle University looks at the psychological effects that an environment can have on a person.

published on: 15th January 2014

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