In the Media - Archive

HMS Tyne set to host uniformed students

04 December 2014  The Journal
HMS Tyne has arrived on the river from which she takes her name and during her 4 day stay will welcome Newcastle University students for a leadership day - a new programme which it is hoped can be offered to many more universities around the country.

published on: 4th December 2014

School in the Cloud allows children to explore the world at their fingertips

04 December 2014  India Education Diary
The penultimate learning lab officially opened on 3 December 2014 in Phaltan, a small town in Maharashtra, India. It will be the first Newcastle University/TED Prize School in the Cloud lab to be located in a school where English is simply taught as a subject alongside all the others.

published on: 4th December 2014

North expert's appeal to NHS over Duchenne treatment drug

03 December 2014  The Journal
Professor Kate Bushby, who has helped pioneer a treatment to tackle a rare muscle-wasting condition, is urging NHS chiefs to back the groundbreaking drug.

published on: 3rd December 2014

The footballing truce that brought peace to the trenches

03 December 2014  The Journal
Commemoration of the 1914 Christmas Truces talks about resource packs available from the Martin Luther King Peace Committee and includes comments from Dr Nick Megoran.

published on: 3rd December 2014

University spin-outs boost the economy

03 December 2014  The Journal, 2020 Vision supplement
The commercialisation of university research and intellectual property is of increasing importance to the UK economy. Includes comments from David Huntley, assistant director, commercialisation, Research and Enterprise Services.

published on: 3rd December 2014

Impulse linked to stress in children

03 December 2014  Northern Echo
A study of starlings by Newcastle University academics has come up with a new theory which could explain impulsive behaviour in adulthood. Quotes Professor Melissa Bateson.

published on: 3rd December 2014

Royal duties beckon for five North East figures

03 December 2014  Evening Chronicle
Sharing the deputy lieutenant role is Chris Day, professor of liver medicine at Newcastle University where he is also pro-vice chancellor of the faculty of medical sciences.

published on: 3rd December 2014

From campus to the trenches

02 December 2014  The Journal, Culture
The stories behind the names on the University's Armstrong Building WWI plaque are being brought to life in a new digital memory book. No url but see press release.

published on: 2nd December 2014

Pioneering spirit burns brightly

02 December 2014  The Journal
Dr Joanna Berry was part of a panel organised by Barclays to discuss how to make the North East more entrepreneurial.

published on: 2nd December 2014

Iwokrama, Culture Ministry launch ‘Travelling Exhibition’ – at National Museum

01 December 2014  Guyana Chronicle online
The Iwokrama International Centre in collaboration with Newcastle University UK and Rupununi District Development Board has launched a travelling exhibition focused on heritage management and preservation in Guyana, Kenya Hainan Province, China and Newcastle, UK.

published on: 1st December 2014

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