In the Media - Archive

Diaries reveal one Gateshead woman's First World War experiences

19 February The Journal online
Further coverage of 'Decoded 1914-18' focusing on Gateshead's Little Theatre founder Ruth Dodds. Her 29 diaries documenting working in a Tyneside munitions factory during the First World War became the basis of the exhibition.

published on: 20th February 2015

We're out of the shadows

18 February 2015 The Journal
Interview with Newcastle graduate and BBC Radio 6 Music boss Paul Rodgers, ahead of the 6 Music Festival next weekend on Tyneside.

published on: 18th February 2015

Agronomy company takes on new MD

18 February 2015 The Journal
Newcastle agriculture graduate Chris Clayton has been appointed managing director at Agrovista UK.

published on: 18th February 2015

New gear for young medics

18 February 2015 The Journal
St John Ambulance volunteers from Newcastle LINKS, a joint society between Newcastle and Northumbria Universities, have invested in new life-saving equipment thanks to funds raised after a 12hr CPR marathon.

published on: 18th February 2015

New row over monkey experiments

18 February 2015 Northern Echo online
Dr Paul Flecknell responds to BUAV criticism about animal experiments in Kenya, saying that, while the University no longer carries out research in this manner, it would be unethical to not publish research based on these studies.

published on: 18th February 2015

Log on to smarter healthcare

17 February 2015 The Times, Raconteur supplement
Rehabilitation technology is helping to cut costs and increase efficiency in struggling healthcare sector. Mentions the interactive Blue Room project to help children with autism, run by Dr Jeremy Parr and Dr Morag Maskey in collaboration with Third Eye Technologies.

published on: 18th February 2015

Why there is still a bit of caveman in all of us

17 February 2015 The Sun
Article considering how our bodies have evolved mentions an experiment at Newcastle University which found that objects area easier to grab with "pruney" fingers.

published on: 18th February 2015

3,000,000 visitors for Great North Museum

17 February 2015 The Journal, ITV online
Prof Richard Davies, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Engagement and Internationalisation said reaching the three million visitor milestone was a testament to the GNN's position as an important cultural hub.

published on: 18th February 2015

Learning can be pure theatre

17 February 2015 The Journal
Newcastle academics are busy rehearsing for a Scratch Night performance at Northern Stage on Thursday as part of an ongoing venture with local theatre company Cap-a-Pie.

published on: 18th February 2015

Bringing The Great War back to life for travellers

17 February 2015 The Journal
Culture Lab artist Guy Schofield has an installation at Gateshead bus interchange this week as part of Decoded 1914-18, a collaborative project between Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums and the University's Institute for Creative Arts Practice.

published on: 18th February 2015

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