In the Media - Archive

Reliable facts in short supply for advice on what diabetics should eat

14 November 2014  Financial Times
The relationship between illness and diet is hard to pin down. Article mentions research by Professor Loranne Agius showing that dietary fructose is a much more powerful agent than glucose in causing fatty liver and changes in liver function.

published on: 17th November 2014

Alan Turing Film

13 November 2014  BBC News
Alan Turing's niece confirms that his family had no idea of Alan Turing's achievements until they received a letter from Newcastle University in 175 - 23 years after his death.
No url but see news item on Computing Science website.

published on: 13th November 2014

Grant Winners

13 November 2014  Times Higher Education
Nathaniel Coleman has been awarded a Leverhulme Trust grant to research "Imaginaries of the future: historicising the present".

published on: 13th November 2014

Appointments

13 November 2014  Times Higher, Education
Professor Henrike Laehnemann is to take up her post as professor of German medieval and linguistic studies at the University of Oxford on 1 January 2016. (Please scroll to end of page for this article.)

published on: 13th November 2014

Six ways animals use fake eyes

11 November 2024  BBC News online
Though it’s clear that eyespots often deter predators, it is not so obvious why, and why different designs have evolved. Article highlights a study led by Dr John Skelhorn into how birds responded to a series of fake caterpillars with snake’s eyes.

published on: 12th November 2014

Further your career with further study

11 November 2024  The Guardian, Postgrad supplement
Statistics suggest that people with master’s qualifications are more likely to find work and are likely to earn a slightly higher wage than those with an undergraduate degree. David Levinson, Assistant Director (Career Management) Careers Service, is quoted.

published on: 12th November 2014

Six Russell Group universities reject government loans for postgrad study

11 November 2014  Guardian Higher Education Network
A consortium representing six of the country’s top universities, including Newcastle, has urged the government not to adopt a state-backed loan system as a solution to the social mobility crisis in postgraduate education.

published on: 11th November 2014

Stories behind WW1 memorial revealed by Newcastle University

11 November 2014  ITV online
The stories behind the names on a Newcastle University First World War memorial are being researched and published in a digital book. 

published on: 11th November 2014

Shockingly common, the cruel genital birth defect thousands of men have - but never talk about

11 November 2014  Daily Mail
Dr Matthew Jackson, urologist, comments on the condition hypospadias which affects over 100,000 men in the UK.

published on: 11th November 2014

Radical pamphlet back in limelight

11 November 2014  Northern Echo
A revolutionary document that lay undiscovered in a Newcastle library for over 200 years has been published. Thomas Spence's penny pamphlet is one of the founding texts of the English radical tradition, says Professor Alastair Bonnett.

published on: 11th November 2014

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