In the Media - Archive

Top experts on WW1 to visit North for lectures

06 September 2013  The Journal
John Derry, emeritus Professor of History and Martin Pugh, former professor of modern British history at Newcastle University are among those giving free public lectures for the Tynemouth World War One Commemoration Project.

published on: 6th September 2013

Times Higher Education Awards 2013

05 September 2013 Times Higher

Newcastle University has been shortlisted for four awards at the THE Awards 2013: outstanding contribution to innovation and technology; excellence and innovation in the arts; outstanding contribution to sustainable development; and university of the year.

published on: 5th September 2013

Where do we go from here? Leading lights illuminate the way ahead

05 September 2013 Times, Business Insight supplement

Professor Brink takes part in a virtual round table discussion about the way ahead for the region.

published on: 5th September 2013

Neptune promises a new-life sea change

05 September 2013 Times, Business Insight supplement

Interview with Vice Chancellor Professor Chris Brink talking about the economic future of the North East.

published on: 5th September 2013

Brain-training video games may help reverse cognitive decline in old age

05 September 2013 Guardian online

Playing brain-training video games may help reverse the natural decline in cognitive abilities among older people, according to scientists. Includes comment from Professor Tom Kirkwood.

published on: 5th September 2013

North talent recognised at Science Festival.

05 September 2013 Journal

The deputy vice-chancellor, Professor Ella Ritchie, talks about the British Science Festival which will enable visitors to engage with researchers face to face.

published on: 5th September 2013

British Science Festival preview

05 September 2013 Northern Echo, what's on

Star names are linked to six-day Tyneside festival which launches on Saturday.

published on: 5th September 2013

Question time for the experts

05 September 2013 Metro

Feature on the British Science Festival, highlighting events led by the University.

published on: 5th September 2013

Sir Bobby Robson's charity buys cancer research equipment

05 September 2013 BBC online
The ImageStream Imaging Flow Cytometer, which enables scientists to see cancer cells circulating in a patient's blood, has been unveiled by the widow of Sir Bobby Robson at the Northern Institute for Cancer Research.

published on: 5th September 2013

Young in 60 seconds

05 September 2013 Men’s Health
Newcastle University research into the health benefits of lycopenes cited.

published on: 5th September 2013

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