In the Media - Archive

It's time to look north

27 January 2014  The Journal, J2
Prof Mark Shucksmith says Scottish self-government should be seen as an opportunity for the North East rather than a threat, but that leading regional politicians also need to bury their differences if the region is to reach its full potential.

published on: 27th January 2014

Brave Heart

26 January 2014  Sunday Express
Story about a boy with a rare condition being studied by Dr Lyle Armstrong.

published on: 27th January 2014

There's a world of start-ups outside London

26 January 2014  Sunday Times Business
Article looking at how many businesses are set up in the regions of the UK. With comment from Dr Andreas Giazitzoglu of the Business School.

published on: 27th January 2014

Honey, they just shrunk DNA lab!

25 January 2014  Times of India
Professor Sir John Burn talks about a new diagnostic tool that he and his team are working on.

published on: 27th January 2014

Newcastle firm stops drug trials recruitment

25 January 2014  The Journal
University spin-out company e-Theraputics has discovered a problem with its drugs during storage in the US which has led to a temporary halt in recruitment of people onto the trial.

published on: 27th January 2014

Long, hard look at China's soft power

25 January 2014  China Daily
International politics lecturer Michael Barr talks about the development of Chinese 'soft power'.

published on: 27th January 2014

North universities could lose more than £15m

25 January 2014  The Journal
Leaked documents suggest the Government is looking to abolish Student Opportunity funding which helps give students from poorer backgrounds a better chance of getting a degree. (Newcastle currently receives £1.1m a year from this fund, says the article).

published on: 27th January 2014

Ebb and flow in student numbers

24 January 2014  The Times
Article paints the picture of the fall in admissions in 2012 when fees trebled, followed by a partial recovery in 2013. Mentions that Newcastle University increased its intake from 3,865 to 4,375 over the two years.

published on: 24th January 2014

Students turning rags into riches

24 January 2014  Evening Chronicle
As part of RAG week students from Newcastle University are helping raise cash for St Oswald's Hospice.

published on: 24th January 2014

HE & me

23 January 2014  Times Higher
Q & A with Professor Nick Wright, pro-vice-chancellor for research and innovation, after he was announced as chair of the executive management group for the N8 Research Partnership of universities in the north of England.

published on: 23rd January 2014

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