In the Media - Archive

Ice-Loss Moves Earth 250 Miles Down

13 May 2014  Nature
Further coverage of the research by experts in the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences which reveals for the first time the speed at which ice-loss in the Antarctic is changing the shape of the land.

published on: 13th May 2014

Diet could hold back ageing say researchers

13 May 2014  The Times
Newcastle University scientists may be a step closer to finding a way to slow down the ageing process.

published on: 13th May 2014

'It's an intellectual adventure'

13 May 2014  The Statesman, India
Sugata Mitra speaks about a unique programme that takes primary education to the next level.

published on: 13th May 2014

Forty-minute wonder op gets damaged lungs working again

13 May 2014  Daily Mail
Dr Anthony De Soyza, Institute of Cellular Medicine, comments on the possible drawbacks to a new trial treatment - RePneu lung volume reduction coils - for emphysema.

published on: 13th May 2014

How climate change affects the planet 250 miles beneath Earth's surface

12 May 2014  Indian Express
A new study led by Newcastle University explains for the first time why the upward motion of the Earth’s crust in the Northern Antarctic Peninsula is currently taking place so quickly.

published on: 12th May 2014

Universities climb latest league table

12 May 2014  The Journal
Newcastle University has risen to 20th place in the Complete University Guide. Includes quote from Vice-Chancellor Professor Chris Brink.

published on: 12th May 2014

Test for sex offenders

12 May 2014  The Times
A scheme to make some sex offenders take lie detector tests will start next month.  The project is led by Newcastle University.

published on: 12th May 2014

Children's Laureate heads to Northern Stage

12 May 2014  The Journal
Malorie Blackman is coming to the North East after an invitation from the Newcastle University Centre for the Literary Arts.

published on: 12th May 2014

The north-east of England: Britain's Detroit?

10 May 2014  The Guardian
Andy Pike, director of Newcastle University's Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies, provides comment in a feature about the region.

published on: 12th May 2014

A natural inspiration is honoured by those he filled with enthusiasm

10 May 2014  The Journal
Feature on an exhibition about gifted teacher Fred Grey. Among his pupils was Jim Edwardson, emeritus professor of neuroindocrinology, who is interviewed.

published on: 12th May 2014

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