In the Media - Archive

Newcastle builds bridges between arts and sciences

28 May 2015  Research Fortnight
A series of projects at Newcastle University aim to show how arts and humanities can enhance research and teaching in science.

published on: 28th May 2015

High altitude areas of Tibetan Plateau warming faster than lower regions

28 May 2015  Down to Earth magazine, India
Further coverage of research led by experts from Newcastle University which has shown that high altitude regions are warming faster than previously thought.

published on: 28th May 2015

Man-made virus can beat skin cancer

27 May 2015  Daily Telegraph
Genetically engineering the herpes virus so that it attacks skin cancer cells has potentially cured some patients. Includes comment from Dr Muz Haniffa, British Skin Foundation spokesperson and Senior Clinical Lecturer/ Wellcome Intermediate Fellow.

published on: 27th May 2015

Safety obsession creates risk of 'fortress' cities

27 May 2015  Financial Times
Anti-terrorist and crime prevention measures, plus the urge to keep people moving, are producing hostile urban landscapes. Stephen Graham, professor of cities and society, is quoted.

published on: 27th May 2015

Alfie and Charlie at Breakfast

27 May 2015  BBC Radio Newcastle
Students will be able to book a 15 minute slot to pet a puppy and de-stress as part of Newcastle University’s puppy days. (Listen from 02:33)

published on: 27th May 2015

We need to make some noise about what we have to offer

27 May 2015  The Journal, Business
Dr Joanna Berry, director of external relations at the University's Business School, says we need to start making more people aware of what the North East has to offer businesses.

published on: 27th May 2015

Time to take charge

26 May 2015  The MJ
A more comprehensive and systemic approach to devolving powers for infrastructure planning, regulation and delivery is required, argues Dr Richard Dawson.

published on: 26th May 2015

Farming Today

26 May 2015  BBC Radio 4
Plans have been submitted to carry out fracking for shale gas in Yorkshire, which may result in the first fracking operation in the UK since 2011. Professor Richard Davies is quoted. (listen from 09:23)

published on: 26th May 2015

Gadget that trains your brain to ignore tinnitus

26 May 2015  Daily Mail, Ireland
A new device that stimulates the tongue may be a new way to tackle tinnitus. Mentions research by Newcastle and Iowa Universities which has shown that more areas of the brain are involved in tinnitus than the sound centre.
No url, but see press release.

published on: 26th May 2015

Greater collaboration between universities and businesses is way forward

26 May 2015  The Journal, Business
Sarah Glendinning, North East CBI regional director, mentions the University's Flying Start Degree Programme as a good example of greater collaboration between universities and businesses in the region.

published on: 26th May 2015

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