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Sci-screen all-nighter

09 September 2013  Guardian

The Tyneside cinema hosted an all-night film marathon on Saturday night as part of the British Science Festival.

published on: 9th September 2013

A nation of pill poppers

08 September 2013  Sunday Times
Feature on the death toll from pain killing drugs includes comment from professor Heather Ashton.

published on: 9th September 2013

Just down the road, personal forecasts

08 September 2013  Sunday Times
The Met office is to install Britain's most powerful super computer to help predict climate change, it will announce at the British Science festival. With comments from professor Hayley Fowler.

published on: 9th September 2013

Why lobster can help us live longer

08 September 2013  Sunday Sun

Whether lobsters could hold the key to eternal life was the subject of a discussion at the British Science Festival.

published on: 9th September 2013

Vital to monitor growth rates with late grazing

07 September 2013  Farmers Guardian

Article on rearing calves with mention of Newcastle University research.  

published on: 9th September 2013

Great North Run is all washed up

07 September 2013  Saturday's Journal
Artist Adam Chodzko speaks at the British Science Festival in Newcastle about an imagined future where the human race has evolved webbed feet as global warming has caused rising water levels.

published on: 9th September 2013

Has science shaken off evolution?

07 September 2013  Journal Saturday
A line up of experts at the British Science Festival debated whether evolution of the human race has stalled due to a decrease in famine, predators and infectious diseases.

published on: 9th September 2013

Festival promises superheroes, freaky foods and science sleepovers

06 September 2013  The Journal
One of Europe's largest and longest established science festivals is set to propel Newcastle into the international spotlight when it launches tomorrow. No url but see the Festival website for further information.

published on: 6th September 2013

BBC is dumbing down science coverage, says academic

06 September 2013  Daily Telegraph
The BBC is dumbing down science programmes because it is staffed with humanities graduates who are ignorant about the subject, Professor Lisa Jardine has claimed at the London launch event for the British Science Festival.

published on: 6th September 2013

Around the world, starting from Tyneside

06 September 2013 The Journal
A piece of lunar meteorite will be launched on a journey around the world, from the Great North Museum on Sunday as part of the British Science Festival. Newcastle University is a partner in the Second Moon project which is the creation of artist Katie Paterson.

published on: 6th September 2013

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