In the Media - Archive

British Science Festival 'accessible to all'

10 September 2013  ITV Online

Professor Robert Winston describes how the British Science Festival is open to all ages.

published on: 10th September 2013

Look away if you need to think

10 September 2013  Times

Research presented at the British Science Festival in Newcastle suggests that, rather than being an indication of lying or boredom, it is normal to lose eye contact during a discussion when thinking about what is being said.

published on: 10th September 2013

Something old, something new

10 September 2013  Journal

Further coverage of the British Science Festival events, including mention of Newcastle University's Epifection social experiment.

published on: 10th September 2013

Antarctic scientists employ elephant seals to help understand shrinking glacier

10 September 2013  Financial TimesScotsman
A proposal to tag seals with tracking devices in order to monitor sea levels beneath the Antarctic ice sheet was discussed at the British Science Festival.

published on: 10th September 2013

Chris shines in the role of Armstrong

10 September 2013  Journal

The re-enactment of Sir William Armstrong's inaugural address in King's Hall 150 years ago was a fitting introduction to this year's British Science Festival.

published on: 10th September 2013

The truth is, lying can be a kindness

09 September 2013  Telegraph online

Further coverage of Newcastle University research which found that 70% of medics lie to patients.

published on: 9th September 2013

The special relationship still lives on between Britain and the US

09 September 2013  Guardian online

Matthew Barzun, US ambassador to the UK writes about the special relationship between Britain and the US, mentioning link with Newcastle University and Martin Luther King.

published on: 9th September 2013

Police fitness test 'biased against women'

09 September 2013  Telegraph; Independent; Daily Mail; other national and regional media

A fitness test for police recruits should be scrapped because it favours overweight men over healthy women and is carried out in an atmosphere like a “sexist meat market”, an academic has claimed at the British Science Festival.

published on: 9th September 2013

Science festival takes place in Newcastle

09 September 2013  Journal
A review of this week's science festival hosted by Newcastle University.

published on: 9th September 2013

Sci-screen all-nighter

09 September 2013  Guardian

The Tyneside cinema hosted an all-night film marathon on Saturday night as part of the British Science Festival.

published on: 9th September 2013

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