In the Media - Archive

Alfie and Charlie at Breakfast

13 July 2015  BBC Radio Newcastle
Dr Madeline Balaam explains the opportunities for communities to explore the benefits that digital technologies can offer. (Listen from 01:26:55)

published on: 14th July 2015

Garden Mania

12 July 2015  BBC Radio Newcastle
Programme includes details of new Northumberland College Foundation degree course in collaboration with Newcastle University.  (Listen from 54.00 mins)

published on: 14th July 2015

Mental illness, Graduation costs, Junk mail, Food substitutes

10 July 2015  You & Yours, BBC Radio 4
Piece on graduation costs includes mention of Newcastle University's Congregations Package which outlines the assistance available to students experiencing financial difficulty. (clip starts at 31:11, Newcastle University at 39:04)

published on: 14th July 2015

Animal brains connected up to make mind-melded computer

10 July 2015  New Scientist online
Article about a team that has networked the brains of multiple animals to form a living computer that can perform tasks and solve problems includes comment from Dr Andrew Jackson. (His comment is found towards the end of the article.)

published on: 14th July 2015

Who runs local museums and how are they surviving the funding crisis?

10 July 2015  Guardian online, Public Leaders Network
Doctoral researcher Bethany Rex suggests that changes to the way local museums are managed are taking place under the radar.

published on: 14th July 2015

A dire warning for a fat nation

10 July 2015  Daily Mirror
Brief article about Britain's place in the World Health Organisation's predicted league of fat nations refers to Dr Quentin Anstee's research.
No url but see press release.

published on: 14th July 2015

Fox hunting, livestock event, rural housing

09 July 2015  Farming Today, BBC Radio 4
The National Rural Housing conference takes place today in London. The programme looks at the problems faced by those who can't afford to buy in the countryside. Professor Mark Shucksmith from Newcastle University warns that rural areas could become 'ghettos for the wealthy'.

published on: 14th July 2015

Campus Close-Up: Northumbria and Newcastle Universities

09 July 2015  Times Higher
An academic has written and directed an animated film aimed at women experiencing breech pregnancy. (please scroll down to this item)

published on: 14th July 2015

Do 3D films make you dizzy - or is it just your imagination?

09 July 2015  The Conversation
Jenny Read writes about her findings assessing the safety of 3D TV.

published on: 14th July 2015

Summer reads 2015

09 July 2015  Times Higher
Professor Chris Brink, Vice-Chancellor, shares his reasons for the books he intends to read over the summer.

published on: 14th July 2015

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