In the Media - Archive

Kirsty Wark: In praise of the London to Glasgow sleeper train

07 March 2014  New Statesman
Mentions work by artist Richard Hamilton displayed at a retrospective of his work at Tate Modern which was inspired by his train journeys when he was teaching at Newcastle University.

published on: 7th March 2014

DNA database aims to help identify rare, mysterious genetic disorders

07 March 2014  Canadian TV news
A new website is being launched worldwide in an effort to speed the discovery of genes responsible for rare disorders, with help from Professor Hanns Lochmuller.

published on: 7th March 2014

Why India’s landmark education law is shutting down schools

07 March 2014  BBC News online
Professor James Tooley comments on the impact of a law which is forcing low-cost private schools in India to close.

published on: 7th March 2014

New sugar advice: What does it all mean

07 March 2014  Daily Telegraph
Further coverage: Q&A about new WHO guidelines which mentions a Newcastle university study recommending cutting sugar intake to reduce tooth decay.

published on: 7th March 2014

Experts warn against new alcohol inhaling drinking craze 'Vaportini'

07 March 2014  ANI News online
Professor Chris Day warns against a new trend of inhaling alcohol fumes.

published on: 7th March 2014

'Grey' workers hold the key to manufacturing's future

07 March 2014  The Conversation
Dr Matt Flynn, Newcastle University Business School, comments on the skills shortages likely to be faced in manufacturing industries because of an ageing workforce.

published on: 7th March 2014

How Gertrude Bell caused a desert storm

07 March 2014  Gulf News
The Iraqi National Museum, founded by explorer, spy and diplomat Gertrude Bell, is due to reopen. Bell also outlined the borders of modern-day Iraq. Her archive is held at Newcastle University.

published on: 7th March 2014

What Paddington Bear can teach us about the politics of migration

07 March 2014  The Conversation
The attitudes of the British towards immigrants can be extrapolated from the escapades of this Peruvian emigre, according to Dr Kyle Grayson, School of Geography, Politics and Sociology.

published on: 7th March 2014

Can a diet reverse diabetes?

07 March 2014  Woman and Home
Further coverage of the possibility of reversing Type 2 Diabetes by means of a calorie-restricted diet.

published on: 7th March 2014

World Health Organisation advises halving sugar intake

06 March 2014  Daily Telegraph
A study by Newcastle University showed there are fewer cases of tooth decay when sugar makes up less than 10% of a diet.

published on: 6th March 2014

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