In the Media - Archive

Turning science fiction into science fact

20 October 2014  The Journal
Professor Chris Day talks about plans to create a 'Crick of the North'.

published on: 20th October 2014

Hearing loss blamed on childhood illness

20 October 2014  Northern Echo
New research from the Thousand Family red spot study has found that those who suffered serious childhood illnesses are more likely to be deaf in older age.

published on: 20th October 2014

Talks to sustain imagination

18 October 2014  The Journal
PhD students will give talks this month on sustainability.

published on: 20th October 2014

Former patient plans cancer research centre

18 October 2014  The Journal
A former patient of Newcastle University's Northern Institute for Cancer Research is planning to start a career in cancer research.

published on: 20th October 2014

Frank Cottrell Boyce: schools are destroying the power of stories

17 October 2014  The Guardian
An edited exact from Frank Cottrell Boyce's Fickling Lecture where the author argues that the transformative power of reading is under threat in an education system obsessed with targets and literacy.

published on: 17th October 2014

Berlin Wall talk marks anniversary

17 October 2014  The Journal
Visiting lecturer in German History, Dr Hester Vaizey (Cambridge University) will speak about Germany's reunification as part of the University's Insights Public Lecture series.
No url but see press release.

published on: 17th October 2014

Conference to showcase region's businesses

17 October 2014  The Journal
The North East Local Enterprise Partnership has secured funding through the Government's Local Growth Deal for five innovation projects including the Low Carbon Energy Centre at Science Central and the Life Sciences Incubation Hub at Newcastle University.

published on: 17th October 2014

Opportunity knocks for 77% in mentor plan

16 October 2014  Times Higher Education
The Realising Opportunities programme, led by Newcastle, has helped hundreds of disadvantaged teenagers to gain places at research-intensive universities. Includes comment from Emeritus Deputy Vice-Chancellor Ella Ritchie.

published on: 16th October 2014

Gerontology: Will you still need me, will you still feed me?

16 October 2014  Nature online
Professor Tom Kirkwood comments on the complex processes involved in ageing.

published on: 16th October 2014

What are the best new buildings on Tyneside?

16 October 2014  The Journal
A book celebrating the best buildings of Newcastle and Gateshead has been updated to bring in the top architecture of the last decade - and three of these building belong to Newcastle University: the Devonshire, the Paul O'Gorman and the INTO Newcastle University buildings.

published on: 16th October 2014

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