In the Media - Archive

Heart attack risk can be judged by your grip

14 May 2015  The Independent
Professor Tom Kirkwood comments on research conducted by a Canadian university.

published on: 14th May 2015

Architects of the future

14 May 2015  Mumbai Mirror, Deccan Herald, India
Professor Mark Tewdwr-Jones describes the benefits of having a degree in urban planning.

published on: 14th May 2015

Agnes Varda; Gut instinct; Wayne McGregor's Woolf Works

13 May 2015  BBC Radio 3, Free Thinking
Prof Frances Spalding offers her verdict on a new ballet which takes its cue from 3 novels of Virginia Woolf - Mrs Dalloway, Orlando and The Waves. (Listen from 01:40)

published on: 13th May 2015

Amateur beekeepers ‘causing urban swarms’

13 May 2015  Daily Mail
Experts, including Prof Geraldine Wright, say novice beekeepers may not know how to prevent swarming in hives.

published on: 13th May 2015

Experts react to new energy storage tech

13 May 2015  The Journal, Business
Prof Phil Taylor comments on a ‘transformative’ Tesla powerwall battery pack.

published on: 13th May 2015

Going in at the deep end

13 May 2015  The Journal
Chloe Daykin, a graduate of the MA in Creative Writing at Newcastle University, has bagged a two-deal book deal with publisher Faber.

published on: 13th May 2015

Where do they go from here?

13 May 2015  The Journal
Prof Martin Farr comments on the Labour party’s fortunes as it seeks its next leader.

published on: 13th May 2015

Why being vegetarian could be bad for your teeth: Compound found in meat breaks down dental plaque - and could treat gum disease

12 May 2015  Daily Mail
Further coverage of research which suggests that a common amino acid found naturally in foods such as red meat and dairy products has been shown to break down dental plaque.

published on: 12th May 2015

First baby born with IVF that uses stem cells to pep up old eggs

12 May 2015  New Scientist
A baby was born three weeks ago in Canada after his parents opted for a new type of IVF which enhances the quality of a woman's eggs. Professor Alison Murdoch comments.

published on: 12th May 2015

Business leader appointed visiting professor

12 May 2015  The Journal, Business
Ammar Mirza, chairman and founder of Asian Business Connexions, succeeds Lucy Armstrong as David Goldman Visiting Professor of Innovation and Enterprise at Newcastle University Business School.
No url, but see the Business School website.

published on: 12th May 2015

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