In the Media - Archive

President joins future stars

07 May 2014  Northern Echo
The President of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Geoff French met the University’s industrial advisory panel and staff-student committee as part of his annual visit to the North East to promote engineering to young people.

published on: 7th May 2014

Fuel bills too high? Not according to academics

07 May 2014  The Journal
Prof Phil Taylor warns MPs of fundamental problems in the energy market

published on: 7th May 2014

Praying mantis in 3D glasses

05 May 2014 BBC online
Further coverage of research studying vision in the insects. Professor Jenny Read was on the sofa.

published on: 6th May 2014

Leading Chinese film festival comes to Newcastle

06 May 2014  The Journal
Dr Sabrina Qiong Yu hopes the China Independent Film Festival, which is taking place on campus from 12-15 May, will give people a different view of what it's like to live in the world's most populated country.

published on: 6th May 2014

North East academics raise Parkinson's issues with Prime Minister's wife

06 May 2014  The Journal
Profs David Burn and Lynn Rochester were invited to No.10 to talk to Samantha Cameron about future research and treatment at a reception organised by Parkinson's UK. Includes mention of related Google Glass trials.

published on: 6th May 2014

Omid's living life in Formula 1's fast lane

06 May 2014  Northern Echo
PhD student Omid Mostaghimi has landed a job with Formula 1 designing power conversion electronics which improve the efficiency of the cars' engines by harnessing energy that would otherwise be lost through heat.

published on: 6th May 2014

River of concrete plan revealed at exhibition

03 May 2014  Northern Echo
Prof Mark Tewdwr-Jones is organising Newcastle City Futures: People, Place and Change this month, which will take a look back at the city's built past with a view to deciding how it could look in the future.

published on: 6th May 2014

Hannabiell leads the festival of rhythms

03 May 2014  Northern Echo
Award-winning bass trombonist and PhD student Hannabiell Sanders is organising a music event in County Durham to celebrate the way music can bring diverse communities together.

published on: 6th May 2014

Hundreds turn out to celebrate IT sector

02 May 2014  The Journal
TED prize winner Professor Sugata Mitra was among a varied line-up of speakers including the BBC’s business and technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones at the inaugural Dynamo 14 conference, aimed at celebrating the vibrancy of the North East’s IT community.   

published on: 6th May 2014

TfL bus times technology makes drivers 'less considerate'

02 May 2014  ITV News
A study by Newcastle University experts has shown that new software technology designed to create a more regular service in London, is leaving drivers less time to interact with passengers.

published on: 2nd May 2014

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