In the Media - Archive

Newcastle University study will look at effects of root vegetables on cancer

20 June 2014  Daily Express
A three-year project at Newcastle University is launched to measure the effects of root vegetables on cancer and inflammatory diseases.

published on: 23rd June 2014

Getting older is inevitable, getting dementia isn't

20 June 2014  The Journal
Dr Lynne Corner, Director of Engagement at Newcastle University Institute for Ageing, discusses the £66m Government funding for dementia research, which was announced yesterday.

published on: 23rd June 2014

Whirling Wi-Fi: Vibrant images reveal how wireless networks sweep and surround us

20 June 2014  Daily Mail
Newcastle University researcher Luis Hernan, produced photographs that show the 'spectres' of wireless networks swirling around in bright beams.

published on: 23rd June 2014

Pupils and teachers should get a say in how to spend £2bn for building new schools

20 June 2014  The Conversation
Dr Pam Woolner argues that pupils, teachers and other staff ought to be involved in making decisions about school buildings. 

published on: 23rd June 2014

Fire Phone: Can Amazon make us fall in love with 3D?

19 June 2014  BBC online
A review of Amazon's Fire Phone, which uses pseudo-3D effects to enhance the experience of using a smartphone. Dr Jenny Read is quoted discussing 3D technology mechanisms and 3D perception in humans.

published on: 19th June 2014

Yesterday, upon the stair …

19 June 2014  The Journal
What a university researcher found when he made wireless networks visible.
No url, but see press release.

published on: 19th June 2014

'Missed chance' as some schools can opt out of food rules

18 June 2014  The Journal
Professor Ashley Adamson comments on new standards for school meals introduced by Education Secretary Michael Gove. 

published on: 18th June 2014

A third of ME patients could be treated

17 June 2014  Daily Telegraph
Prof Julia Newton says doctors often wrongly diagnose ME when people are suffering from Postural tachycardia syndrome (PoTS), a treatable disorder of the nervous system that disrupts the body's automatic functions, such as breathing.

published on: 18th June 2014

The strange death of the Conservative working vote

14 June 2014  BBC Online
Feature about support for the Conservatives in the North East includes comment from Dr Nick Randall, who says there is little prospect of a revival for the party in the region.

published on: 18th June 2014

The Inventory: Sean Scully

16 June 2014  Financial Times
Interview with one of the world's most significant abstract painters, Sean Scully, a Newcastle fine art graduate.

published on: 18th June 2014

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