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North West Tonight

11 March 2015  BBC North West
Professor Richard Davies comments on the IGas shale gas deal with Switzerland's Ineos in a tie-up designed to expand IGas's exploration efforts. (Watch from 4:53)

published on: 11th March 2015

Newcastle University student brewery launches first ale after beer taste survey

11 March 2015  The Journal
The first ale from Newcastle University’ student-run microbrewery, StuBrew, is now available at venues across the campus as well as external pubs.

published on: 11th March 2015

Firm hopes to be industry pioneer with £10m project

11 March 2015  Northern Echo
Building work is about to start on the Neptune Technology Centre, a facility on the River Tyne jointly owned by Newcastle University and BEL Valves.

published on: 11th March 2015

Impulse racing: take the pilots out and solar-powered aircraft get really exciting

10 March 2015  The Conversation
Dr James Widmer writes that a solar-powered aircraft is a huge challenge for which the aircraft’s design must be finely honed by the two key requirements of efficiency and mass.

published on: 11th March 2015

How a dog sees a rainbow, and 12 other images that explain how we see color

10 March 2015  Washington Post blog
For many, it is unsettling to discover that something they saw as literally black or white was, to someone else, blue or gold. Mentions a study by Dr Gabriele Jordan, who studies tetrachromacy.

published on: 11th March 2015

Why watching Mary Berry could make you a stone heavier

09 March 2015  Daily Telegraph
Article on link between watching TV food programmes and increased body weight mentions a Newcastle University study which found that  recipes created by popular TV chefs contained more calories and fat and less fibre than supermarket ready meals.

published on: 9th March 2015

Tribute to queen of folk

09 March 2015  The Journal, Culture
Sandra Kerr was awarded the English Folk, Dance and Song Society's Gold Badge award at a celebratory concert in the University's King's Hall on Friday night.

published on: 9th March 2015

Auerbach works bound for North East galleries

09 March 2015  The Journal
A pair of paintings by one of Britain's greatest contemporary artists, Frank Auerbach, is to be shared between the Hatton Gallery and the Laing.

published on: 9th March 2015

When the Hatton was a hospital

09 March 2015  The Journal
A feature on the Wor Life project includes information about the Hatton Gallery being used as a general hospital during WWI.

published on: 9th March 2015

It is the ultimate gift - to leave your body for scientific research

08 March 2015  The Observer
Bodies are essential to finding answers to hereditary diseases and to training future surgeons. Dr Debra Patten, Director in Anatomy and Clinical Skills is quoted.

published on: 9th March 2015

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