In the Media - Archive

British scientific panel backs potential ‘3 parent’ IVF babies

05 June 2014  Fox News
Further coverage of a scientific review of the advanced form of IVF developed at Newcastle University.

published on: 5th June 2014

Scientists find a pesticide that doesn't harm bees

04 June 2014  Daily Telegraph
Researchers at Newcastle University have combined venom from the Australian funnel-web spider and lectin from snowdrops to create a “bio-pesticide”.

published on: 4th June 2014

Why babies from three people?

04 June 2014  BBC online
A scientific review suggests the advanced form of IVF developed at Newcastle University should be safe and if regulations are changed, it will then be down to the HFEA to allow individual clinics to proceed. However, the organisation says the science is not yet ready and has called for more tests which could take until 2016.

published on: 4th June 2014

Unravelling taste genes could help us eat healthily

04 June 2014  New Scientist
Professor John Mathers contributes to a story looking at whether a personalised diet using genetic information may lead to greater success in those needing to lose weight.

published on: 4th June 2014

Lunchtime concert brings music into heart of the town

04 June 2014  The Journal
Students from Newcastle University's International Centre for Music Studies will perform on Gateshead's High Street today. They are also organising the  ICMus Summer Music Festival which takes place from 9-13 June.

published on: 4th June 2014

Free online course explores heritage of Hadrian's Wall

04 June 2014  The Journal
Further coverage of a free online course launched by Newcastle University.
No url but see press release.

published on: 4th June 2014

The Disney effect

04 June 2014  Northern Echo
Dr Joan Hervey comments on a story about problems created by the demand for merchandise connected with Disney films.

published on: 4th June 2014

Network set to support rural firms

04 June 2014  Northern Echo
The CRE at Newcastle University has pledged its support for the creation of a rural network to help boost business.

published on: 4th June 2014

Pumping the polluted water from mines

03 June 2014  BBC online
Dr Adam Jarvis talks about low-cost methods of treating contaminated mine water.  (His comments are at the end of the feature.)

published on: 3rd June 2014

We need an independent architect to redesign the UK energy industry

03 June 2014  Guardian online
Professor Phil Taylor makes the case for an overall system architect to make independent, transparent decisions on how to move towards a low-carbon economy.

published on: 3rd June 2014

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