In the Media - Archive

Lie detector tests begin on sex offenders

09 August 2014  The Guardian
Professor Don Grubin has been training officers in the use of lie detectors and the first real life tests have been carried out this week.

published on: 11th August 2014

Milking the export market

10 August 2014  Sunday Telegraph
Feature on the increasing organic market, mentions research from Newcastle University which found that organic food contains higher levels of antioxidants.

published on: 11th August 2014

Researchers supporting child cancer centre bid

09 August 2014  The Journal
The Newcastle University team leading research into bowel cancer are throwing their support behind the Future Fund which aims to raise £5.5m to establish the Newcastle University Centre for Childhood Cancer.

published on: 11th August 2014

Rob's long road ahead has a chain reaction for children

09 August 2014  The Journal
Dr Rob Forsyth, a consultant paediatrician at the Great North Children's Hospital and a senior lecturer at Newcastle University, is setting off on a special charity cycle from Newcastle to Southampton to help raise awareness and funds for the Child Brain Research charity.

published on: 11th August 2014

Gene Genie

08 August 2014  Northern Echo
Feature on the work of Sir John Burn and Newcastle University as part of the 100,000 genome study.

published on: 8th August 2014

Top tips for Clearing - from those in the know

08 August 2014  Daily Telegraph
Newcastle University graduate shares Clearing tips. (Please scroll down for the Newcastle entry)

published on: 8th August 2014

Kavli Medal and Lecture

07 August 2014  Times Higher Education
Matt King, visiting professor at Newcastle University, has been awarded a Kavli Medal and Lecture for his research in field glaciology leading to the first reconciled estimate of ice sheet contribution to sea level. (Please scroll down to this item)

published on: 7th August 2014

Promotion milestone for Flying Start programme

06 August 2014  The Journal
A Newcastle University Business School graduate has become the first to rise to become a director at PwC after taking part in the firm's fast track programme, a collaboration between the University, PwC and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)

published on: 6th August 2014

Digging deep into our engineering expertise

06 August 2014  The Journal
Offshore feature mentioning Newcastle University's involvement in developing the Neptune National Centre for Subsea and Offshore Engineering.

published on: 6th August 2014

Genomics: hype or hope?

05 August 2014  Telegraph online
Emeritus Professor of Child Health, Sir Alan Craft writes an article on the possibilities and potential pitfalls of the 100,000 human genome project.

published on: 5th August 2014

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