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The amazing moment scientists restore movement to paralysed hand

20 May 2014  Daily Telegraph
Newcastle University researchers have restored movement to a paralysed arm using spinal cord stimulation.

published on: 20th May 2014

Russell Group universities invest £9bn to attract best students

20 May 2014  Financial Times
Feature on investment by Russell Group universities, with mention of science central.

published on: 20th May 2014

The solution to the grey squirrel crisis? Pastry, a roux sauce, mushrooms and hazelnuts

20 May 2014  New Statesman
Article about ways to control the grey squirrel population mentions research by Dr Pia Schuchert.

published on: 20th May 2014

Bringing landmark back to life after years of uncertainty

20 May 2014  The Journal
Work has started on the restoration of Dunston Staithes on the Gateshead riverside. Next month, the staithes will be the focus of an ambitious artwork led by  Professor Wolfgang Weileder to raise the profile of the structure.

published on: 20th May 2014

Universities criticise referendum on EU pull-out

20 May 2014  Northern Echo
Newcastle University Vice-Chancellor Professor Chris Brink has signed a letter stating leaving the EU would be a disaster for higher education.

published on: 20th May 2014

The hidden gem of Geordie computer code

20 May 2014  The Journal, North East Information Technology Sector supplement
Mentions Newcastle University is offering the  UK’s first PhD In cloud computing at Newcastle University and TED prize winner Professor Sugata Mitra, who has created the School in the Cloud.

published on: 20th May 2014

IT expertise and the opportunity it presents

20 May 2014  The Journal, North East Information Technology Sector supplement
Andrew Robson, CEO of Perfect Image, talks about the regions’ IT expertise and cites the University’s Cloud Computing Centre as an example of IT innovation.

published on: 20th May 2014

British photographer turns wireless networks into colourful shots

19 May 2014  Toronto Sun
PhD student Luis Hernan has created stunning images of the wireless networks which surround us by creating a special Kirlian Device to monitor signal strength and long exposure photography.

published on: 20th May 2014

Drug discovery group shows necessity of patience

19 May 2014  Financial Times
Founded in 2003 and floated on Aim in 2007, e-Therapeutics is a pioneer of network pharmacology, a new approach to the discovery of medicines. It has funding until 2019 and may not see a return on investment until 2018.

published on: 19th May 2014

Rural expert joins board

17 May 2014  The Journal
Rural Expert Professor Mark Shucksmith has joined the board of trustees at Action with Communities in Rural England.

published on: 19th May 2014

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