In the Media - Archive

India's 'school in the cloud'

10 March 2014  BBC Radio 4 Today programme
Prof Sugata Mitra's most remote, solar-powered School in the Cloud opened in Bengal, India yesterday.

published on: 10th March 2014

Using smokers' lungs in more transplants 'will save lives'

10 March 2014  ITV online
Andrew Fisher, professor of respiratory transplant medicine at Newcastle University, said lungs from the heaviest smokers could be used more frequently.

published on: 10th March 2014

Stammers cause career discrimination

10 March 2014  i (The paper for today)
A report by Newcastle University Business School found that men susceptible to stammering experienced "widespread prejudice" in the workplace, with many downscaling career ambitions as a result.
No url but see Business School website

published on: 10th March 2014

Phantom Tunes Illuminate Brains Workings

09 March 2014  The Observer
Further coverage of the research of Dr Sukhbinder Kumar into musical hallucinations.
No url but see press release.

published on: 10th March 2014

Dental experts issues global sugar warning

08 March 2014  The Journal
Further coverage of Professor Paula Moynihan's role in helping the World Health Organisation create new guidelines for sugar intake.

published on: 10th March 2014

Dementia: science versus demography

08 March 2014  Financial Times
Professor Carol Jagger comments on research published last year in The Lancet which suggested that the prevalence of dementia in older adults is decreasing.

published on: 10th March 2014

‘Direct supervised learning may be obsolete’

10 March 2014  The Indian Express
Professor Sugata Mitra interview in which he explains his educational theories.

published on: 10th March 2014

Conference celebrates North East IT crowd

08 March 2014  The Journal
Dynamo, an organisation jointly founded by Professor Paul Watson and others to expand the North East's IT economy, will host the inaugural Dynamo 14 conference on 1 May.

published on: 10th March 2014

Kirsty Wark: In praise of the London to Glasgow sleeper train

07 March 2014  New Statesman
Mentions work by artist Richard Hamilton displayed at a retrospective of his work at Tate Modern which was inspired by his train journeys when he was teaching at Newcastle University.

published on: 7th March 2014

DNA database aims to help identify rare, mysterious genetic disorders

07 March 2014  Canadian TV news
A new website is being launched worldwide in an effort to speed the discovery of genes responsible for rare disorders, with help from Professor Hanns Lochmuller.

published on: 7th March 2014

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