In the Media - Archive

N8 remains bullish despite fall in rankings and research income

09 April 2015  Times Higher
Director of the N8 Peter Simpson says that the REF did not encompass a number of new research centres that are based in the North, including the Centre for Ageing and Vitality at Newcastle University.

published on: 10th April 2015

Grant winners

09 April 2015  Times Higher
Professor Robert Hollands has secured a Leverhulme Trust grant of over £90,000 to provide new social scientific explanations and theories of cultural-based urban movements and activities. (please scroll down to this item)

published on: 10th April 2015

Newcastle University scientists to redesign RNLI lifeboats

08 April 2015  BBC online
Scientists from the University have been drafted in to help design the next generation of lifeboats.

published on: 10th April 2015

University's £250,000 to forge closer links with industry

08 April 2015  Northern Echo
Newcastle University is the only institution in the UK to be awarded the highest amount available from the Medical Research Council's Proximity to Discovery scheme to help build better links between industry and research.

published on: 10th April 2015

The splurge factor

08 April 2015  Grazia magazine
Dr Joan Harvey comments on the psychological stimuli that underlie shopping for designer items.

published on: 10th April 2015

Gadget which turns all traffic lights green trialled in UK

7 April 2015 Telegraph, and other national and international media
A device which switches all red traffic lights to green is being trialled by Newcastle University's transport team for the first time in the UK.

published on: 7th April 2015

The rise of DIY dentistry: how Britain's poor are filling their own teeth to avoid charges

7 April 2015 Guardian
Report suggests people are turning to temporary fixes as health inequality cuts out professional care.  Includes comment from John Wildman, professor of health economics.

published on: 7th April 2015

Why car insurance can be cheap for a nurse ... but pricey for plasterers

2 April 2015 Daily Mail
Young women can still get cheaper car insurance than young men, according to research by Dr Stephen McDonald.

published on: 2nd April 2015

Bedroom tax is hitting the North East hardest

2 April 2015 Journal
The bedroom tax has hit the North East perhaps the hardest of any other region in Britain, a Journal survey reveals. Mentions recently published research findings by Dr Suzanne Moffatt.

published on: 2nd April 2015

ELECTION DIARY

2 April 2015 Journal
The minor parties have most to gain in tonight’s television election debates, according to Dr Alistair Clark.

published on: 2nd April 2015

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