In the Media - Archive

Why there is still a bit of caveman in all of us

17 February 2015 The Sun
Article considering how our bodies have evolved mentions an experiment at Newcastle University which found that objects area easier to grab with "pruney" fingers.

published on: 18th February 2015

3,000,000 visitors for Great North Museum

17 February 2015 The Journal, ITV online
Prof Richard Davies, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Engagement and Internationalisation said reaching the three million visitor milestone was a testament to the GNN's position as an important cultural hub.

published on: 18th February 2015

Learning can be pure theatre

17 February 2015 The Journal
Newcastle academics are busy rehearsing for a Scratch Night performance at Northern Stage on Thursday as part of an ongoing venture with local theatre company Cap-a-Pie.

published on: 18th February 2015

Bringing The Great War back to life for travellers

17 February 2015 The Journal
Culture Lab artist Guy Schofield has an installation at Gateshead bus interchange this week as part of Decoded 1914-18, a collaborative project between Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums and the University's Institute for Creative Arts Practice.

published on: 18th February 2015

Broadcaster and poet calls for more creativity

17 February 2015 The Journal
Ian McMillan is presenting the 10th annual Fickling Lecture to celebrate children's literature tonight at the University's Herschel Building.

published on: 18th February 2015

Age of the cloud continues

17 February 2015 The Journal
Article includes mention of the University's new Cloud Innovation Centre which brings together researchers, industry and PhD students.

published on: 18th February 2015

Breathing Life Into Research

16 February 2015 New Indian Express online
Professor John Kirby, Dean of Postgraduate Studies at FMS delivered a guest lecture at Stella Maris College in Chennai, India.

published on: 16th February 2015

The Ganges: holy, deadly river

16 February 2015 FT Magazine online
Pollution has turned the sacred waters into a lethal cocktail of industrial and human waste. Can the river be saved? Mentions Professor David Graham, who has been analysing water and sediments at seven sites along the Upper Ganges River as part of a joint study with Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi

published on: 16th February 2015

Medicine in a petri dish

16 February 2015 The Hindu
For studying prostate cancer or doing research in childhood leukaemia, Newcastle University is the place to go, writes Dr Deepali Pal who is a Research Fellow/Associate at the Northern Institute for Cancer Research.

published on: 16th February 2015

Students' ambitions fuelled by trip

16 February 2015 Northern Echo
Sixth form students from Teesdale School in Barnard Castle visited the Northern Institute of Cancer Research as part of the University's outreach programme to promote careers in research.

published on: 16th February 2015

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