In the Media - Archive

Rome's military women have been hiding in plain sight

15 January 2015 New Scientist
Dr Lindsay Allason-Jones comments on the role of women in the Roman military.

published on: 16th January 2015

£58m centre puts North at forefront of energy research

14 January 2015  The Journal
Plans for a ground-breaking research centre have been unveiled today as part of Newcastle’s £250 million Science Central. The centre will house Newcastle University’s School of Computing Science.

published on: 14th January 2015

Zeroing in on a radical vision

14 January 2015  The Journal
The opening of a “learning lab” in India is the final piece in the jigsaw for Professor Sugata Mitra’s bid to re-design the future of learning.

published on: 14th January 2015

Newcastle project aims to safeguard global heritage

14 January 2015  The Journal
An exhibition at the Great North Museum marks the end of the ‘En-compass’ project, which has been looking at aspects of cultural heritage around the world deemed to be at risk. ‘En-compass’ is run by Newcastle University in partnerships with organisations from China, Guyana and Kenya. No url but see press release.

published on: 14th January 2015

Ali Brownlee Show

14 January 2015  BBC Radio Tees
Dr Lynne Corner talks about planning for later life and maintaining good health. (Listen from 01:27:35)

published on: 14th January 2015

TED Prize Winner Prof Sugata Mitra Opens School in the Cloud's Flagship Learning Centre, Area Zero, in West Bengal, India

13 January 2015 2013  India Education Diary
Prof Sugata Mitra has opened a futuristic hexagonal learning lab in India as part of further research into self organised learning environments (SOLEs).

published on: 13th January 2015

Newcastle scientist Professor Paul Dent makes cancer and Ebola breakthrough

13 January 2015  Evening Chronicle
Virginia Commonwealth University researcher and Newcastle University graduate, Professor Paul Dent says he has found a new way of targetting tumours.

published on: 13th January 2015

Six ways city landscapes can be more flood resilient - in pictures

12 January 2015  The Guardian
A new exhibition argues that a ‘landscape first’ approach to urban development, via innovative water management, could make our cities more resilient to flooding. Examples include King's Walk.

published on: 12th January 2015

Heart attack impact study

12 January 2015  Northern Echo
A British Heart Foundation survey has found heart attacks are devastating thousands of families across the North-East. Features comment from Professor Helen Arthur.

published on: 12th January 2015

Gateshead primary school children give new healthier lunches the thumbs up

10 January 2015  Evening Chronicle
Government food standards have been introduced this month to ensure meals for primary school children are healthy and nutritious. Professor Ashley Adamson, who helped devise the new standards, is quoted.

published on: 12th January 2015

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