In the Media - Archive

Christmas on campus: what are international students up to this year?

22 December 2014  The Guardian
Newcastle and Northumbria universities are collaborating for a third year to host a range of festive activities for students unable to go home at Christmas.

published on: 22nd December 2014

North initiatives support argument for devolution

22 December 2014  The Journal
A new report, carried out by academics at the University’s Global Urban Research Unit, has hailed the success of three North East planning initiatives and has called for power to be devolved to local councils to encourage more of the same.

published on: 22nd December 2014

A battle in the shadows

22 December 2014  The Journal
The encrypted side of the internet has made headlines this year and references to the cyber underworld are starting to creep into everyday life. Includes a comment by Dr Stacy Gillis, lecturer in modern and contemporary literature.

published on: 22nd December 2014

REF reactions: Manchester and Newcastle reject predictions of decline

19 December 2014  Research Fortnight
Professor Nick Wright talks about Newcastle University's strong performance in REF 2014 and discounts predictions that the N8 partnership of research-intensive universities will lose market share.

published on: 22nd December 2014

e-Therapeutics' impact rated 'world class'

19 December 2014   Daily Telegraph
The impact of e-Therapeutics' drug discovery activities has been rated 'world class' by the UK's National Research and Impact Assessment exercise.

published on: 22nd December 2014

Skin cancer: Painkillers linked to reduced risk

19 December 2014  BBC online
Emeritus Professor Brian Diffey comments unenthusiastically on an Australian analysis of studies to date  which suggests that common drugs like aspirin and ibuprofen may help protect against some forms of skin cancer.

published on: 22nd December 2014

Analysis REF 2020: what to expect

18 December 2014  Research Fortnight
Dr Pauline Addis, FMS, suggests that 2020 entries should demonstrate that impact has moved on in the intervening years and that the 20-year cut-off point for impact case studies is too short as it can limit submissions. (Please scroll to p14)

published on: 22nd December 2014

Jonathan Miles Show

18 December 2014  BBC Radio Newcastle
Dr Claire Lomax explains OCD to listeners. (Listen from 10:23)

published on: 21st December 2014

Three parent babies given green light by government

18 December 2014  Daily Telegraph
Controversial laws to allow three parents babies will be voted on by Parliament and could come into force next year. Scientists at Newcastle University, who developed one of the techniques, have welcomed the move.

published on: 18th December 2014

The dangerous chemicals contained in legal highs that are available at pocket-money prices

18 December 2014  ITV
Professor Simon Thomas comments on the toxicity of "legal highs" after samples were analysed.

published on: 18th December 2014

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