In the Media - Archive

North-East LEP and universities are driving forward innovation

23 October 2013  Northern Echo
Dr Sam Neill, head of SAgE Enterprise, comments on the mutual benefit derived from universities building stronger links with industry.

published on: 23rd October 2013

How the River Tyne was once called ...Tina

22 October 2013  Sky Tyne and Wear
Diana Whaley, Professor of early medieval studies, is writing a book on the stories behind place names in Northumberland and Tyne and Wear

published on: 22nd October 2013

Jack Lynn (1926 – 2013)

22 October 2013  Building Design
Obituary of Jack Lynn, one of the defining figures of post-war architecture. He studied at King’s College Durham, which went on to become Newcastle University and was appointed by the University in 1966 to aid in masterplanning while the institution went through intensive expansion.

published on: 22nd October 2013

Is coal the answer to the UK’s energy shortage?

22 October 2013  BBC online
Ian Fells, emeritus professor of energy conversion, comments on energy issues in light of the government giving the go-ahead to a new nuclear power plant.

published on: 22nd October 2013

Research will be key to future offshore projects

21 October 2013  The Journal
Newcastle University and Siemens will collaborate on a new offshore energy project.

published on: 21st October 2013

Region is missing out on research funding

21 October 2013  The Journal
Professor Andrew Cant has said that the region misses out on research funding, which goes to Oxbridge and London.

published on: 21st October 2013

Newcastle’s biggest book club gets underway again

19 October 2013  Sky Tyne and Wear
The One Book Challenge, where an acclaimed piece of modern fiction is distributed to thousands of students free of charge, is coming to Newcastle University for a fourth year.

published on: 21st October 2013

Jobs are goal for graduates

19 October 2013  Northern Echo
Newcastle University is to host a graduate recruitment fair at St James Park today.

published on: 21st October 2013

Why is feminism still a dirty word?

19 October 2013  The Journal
Feature on feminism, with comments from Stotia Hernnas, economics student and secretary of the feminist society.

published on: 21st October 2013

North East LEP working with universities to drive innovation

18 October 2013  Sky Tyne and Wear
The North East LEP is holding Driving Innovation 2013, an event to link the region's universities with the automotive industry. Professor Roy Sandbach, the Business School's current David Goldman visiting Professor of Innovation & Enterprise at Newcastle University Business School, leads the LEP's innovation strategy and comments.

published on: 18th October 2013

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