In the Media - Archive

Three reasons why Russia should not be called the greatest threat to the USA

28 July 2015 The Conversation
Dr Valentina Feklyunina and Dr James Bilsland argue that Russia should not be considered "the greatest threat" to US security.
 

published on: 28th July 2015

Life in Squares: how the radical Bloomsbury Group fares on screen

28 July 2015 The Conversation
Professor Frances Spalding reviews the BBC's three-part series Life in Squares.
 

published on: 28th July 2015

Picture of happiness as gallery receives £2.1m

28 July 2015 The Journal
The £3.5m needed to modernise facilities at the Grade II-listed Hatton Gallery has now been raised following a £2.1m award from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
 

published on: 28th July 2015

Invertebrates form backbone of exhibition

28 July 2015 The Journal
The Great North Museum's Spineless display will feature hundreds of specimens as well as new research from Newcastle University, the Natural History Museum and National Museums Scotland.
 

published on: 28th July 2015

The curious case of the horsebox in a field

28 July 2015 Journal Culture
Gallery of Wonders, curated by Newcastle University fine art lecturer Irene Brown, comes to Northumberland fairs and shows this summer.

published on: 28th July 2015

Further coverage of Newcastle University’s flood action team

24 July 2015 BBC Look North
Watch from 16:09

published on: 27th July 2015

Student Shows 2015: Newcastle University

24 July 2015 Architects' Journal
Review of Newcastle University’s end-of-year show.

published on: 24th July 2015

The rise of on-body cameras and how they will change how we live

23 July 2015 New Scientist online
On-body cameras are often seen as a gesture of good faith between police departments and the public. Mentions a Newcastle University study showing that “honesty box” contributions increased when a picture of a scrutinising face was present. 

published on: 23rd July 2015

Creating a reality for both to understand

23 July 2015 The Journal
Policymakers should engage in dialogue over fracking if they are to win over doubters, according to a study by ReFINE – an independent research consortium on fracking, led by Professor Richard Davies.

published on: 23rd July 2015

Alfie and Charlie at Breakfast

23 July 2015 BBC Radio Newcastle
A band of ‘storm chasers’ has been set up by Newcastle University to help collect data about flash flooding and inform the way we manage future flood risk.

published on: 23rd July 2015

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