In the Media - Archive

Currency expert warns independent Scotland would mean uncertainty for North East

17 February 2014  The Journal
Expert speaking at the Business School says that an independent Scotland could cause uncertainty for the North East economy but could also prove an opportunity for businesses in the region.

published on: 18th February 2014

How Gertrude Bell caused a desert storm

17 February 2014  Sunday Telegraph, Seven magazine
Feature on the reopening of the Baghdad museum, which Gertrude Bell founded, includes mention that her archive is held by the University and reproduces several of the images held in Special Collections.

published on: 18th February 2014

Water shortages could disrupt Britain's electricity supply, researchers warn

17 February 2014  The Guardian
A team of academics from Newcastle University is warning that the country is at risk of water shortages that could shut down power stations and paralyse electricity supplies.

published on: 17th February 2014

How 'Supermac' found favour with the left wing

17 February 2014  The Journal, J3
Dr Martin Farr comments on Harold Macmillan, whose strong views were often in opposition to his Conservative colleagues at the time.

published on: 17th February 2014

Families hope 'Frankenstein science' lobby will not stop gene cure for deadly disease

16 February 2014  The Observer
Feature on the pioneering mitochondrial technique developed by Newcastle University scientists.

published on: 17th February 2014

Tiron: Anti Ageing treatment

16 February 2014  BBC One Breakfast
Further coverage of Professor Mark Birch Machin's research into a possible new anti-ageing treatment.

published on: 17th February 2014

Honesty box is not best policy as papers vanish from stores

15 February 2014  Daily Mail
Dr Joan Harvey comments on the fact that WHSmith have removed honesty boxes from many of their stores because customers were being dishonest.

published on: 17th February 2014

Now it's the musicians' turn to take note of the red kites

15 February 2014  The Journal
A project involving Friends of Red Kites, Sage Gateshead and the University's International Centre for Music Studies has resulted in a concert which will be staged at the Sage in July as part of the 10th anniversary celebrations of the red kite re-introduction programme.

published on: 17th February 2014

£4m grant to help find cure for child brain tumours

14 February 2014  ITV Tyne Tees
Further coverage of a £4m grant to help find a cure for child brain tumours.

published on: 17th February 2014

Lab gives pupils a lesson in new way of learning

14 February 2014  Northern Echo
The third School in the Cloud learning lab has opened at Greenfield Arts in Stockton. The School in the Cloud is the brainchild of Professor Sugata Mitra and is funded by the $1m TED prize he won last year.

published on: 14th February 2014

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