In the Media - Archive

Nurturing future talent in the North East

12 August 2015 The Journal, North East Vision
Business leaders from the region are working with Newcastle University to support and coach the next generation of entrepreneurs.

published on: 12th August 2015

Works of John Piper

12 August 2015 BBC Radio 4
Professor Frances Spalding comments on the lesser known fact that John Piper was also a prolific photographer.

published on: 12th August 2015

Students using Clearing to face high phone bills

12 August 2015 Independent online
Newcastle is one of only 14 universities to offer a freephone Clearing service.

published on: 12th August 2015

Cheap milk is a global phenomenon – so don’t blame the supermarkets

12 August 2015 The Conversation
Dr John Lingard argues that it is too simplistic to blame the supermarkets for the low price of milk when the real problem is global production.

published on: 12th August 2015

Top 100 universities for student satisfaction – the list

12 August 2015 Telegraph
The latest National Student Survey has revealed the UK higher education institutions with the highest student satisfaction - Newcastle is =11 in the table, =6 among our comparator universities and with Oxford, joint top of the Russell Group of Universities.

published on: 12th August 2015

Scientists discover secret to live beyond 100

11 August 2015 Times of India
Further coverage of the Newcastle and Tokyo research that explored which biological and pathological processes may be the most important in successful ageing.

published on: 11th August 2015

North pioneer honoured for dementia research

11 August 2015 The Journal
Professor Ian McKeith, Institute for Ageing, has received the Bengt Winbald Lifetime Achievement Award in Alzheimer's Disease Research.

published on: 11th August 2015

Eye Shape May Help Distinguish Predator From Prey

10 August 2015 New York Times 
A study of 214 species suggests that vertical pupils and circular pupils help certain predators hunt, while horizontal pupils help other species spot predators from afar. Dr Jenny Read is quoted.

published on: 10th August 2015

Cells created from hair follicles used to repair damaged nerves

7 August 2015 Times, Mirror, BBC World Services 
Professor Maya Sieber-Blum from Newcastle University has successfully converted stem cells isolated from hair follicles into Schwann cells, which are a type of cell used in nerve repair. 

published on: 7th August 2015

North medics get £5m to develop cancer drugs

7 August 2015 The Journal
Cancer Research UK's Drug Discovery Committee awarded the cash to Newcastle University's Northern Institute of Cancer Research to bring more cancer drugs to clinical trials.

published on: 7th August 2015

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