In the Media - Archive

TEDx conference comes to Newcastle as university joins forces with Thinking Digital

08 May 2015  The Journal
Thinking Digital has teamed up with Newcastle University to bring TED to Great North Museum: Hancock on Sunday, July 7.

published on: 11th May 2015

Hatton Gallery seeks to benefit from donation-boosting scheme

08 May 2015  The Journal
Ambitious plans have been drawn up for the Hatton Gallery and a £3.5m fund-raising campaign has been launched.

published on: 11th May 2015

Cold slow spring and tough markets prove challenging for student teams

08 May 2015  Farming UK
A cold slow start to spring and tough markets have proved challenging for the six student teams - including a group from Newcastle University - fighting it out to grow the most profitable crop of rye in the 2015 Cereals Challenge.

published on: 11th May 2015

UK election candidates: Independents fight to bring their issues to the fore

7 May 2015 Guardian online, Times
Dr Alistair Clark comments on Independents & small parties.

published on: 7th May 2015

Newcastle University is inviting applications for Urban Planning

7 May 2015 India Education Diary
Newcastle University is one of the few academic schools in the UK specialising in the built environment and it's encouraging people to apply for its Urban Planning course.

published on: 7th May 2015

Microorganism 'missing link' between simple and complex life discovered

7 May 2015 Washington Post, BBC online
Newcastle University scientists comment on a newly discovered life form which could help resolve one of the most contentious conundrums in modern biology.

published on: 7th May 2015

Action needed on ineffective drugs used for hepatitis

06 May 2015   The Journal
Professor Chris Day was part of a pioneering study which revealed that the only drugs used to treat alcoholic hepatitis are not effective.

published on: 6th May 2015

Killer liver disease on rise due to overeating

5 May 2015 Sunday Times, Telegraph, Guardian, Daily Mail, Mirror Online, Chronicle
Most liver transplants are expected to be linked to over-eating rather than alcohol abuse by 2020, Dr Quentin Anstee said.

published on: 6th May 2015

Review: Newcastle University Symphony Orchestra, King’s Hall

5 May 2015 The Journal
There was a fanfare both to start and finish the University Symphony Orchestra’s early summer public concert.

published on: 6th May 2015

How a cuppa can perk up your brain in just 30 minutes

2 May 2015 Daily Mail
Brain activity increases noticeably around half an hour after drinking black or green tea, a Newcastle University study has revealed.

published on: 6th May 2015

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