In the Media - Archive

Ancient art set in stone

23 February 2015  The Journal, J2
One of the Great North Museum's most recent acquisitions is a fine example of rock art that was found at Birney Hill near Ponteland during an archaeological investigation. Mentions the University's rock art website.
No url but see the University's rock art website

published on: 23rd February 2015

We mustn't let the 'flat earthers' stand in way of three-parent babies

22 February 2015  Mail on Sunday
Lord Carey speaks in favour of mitochondrial techniques being developed at Newcastle University, saying it would be 'uncaring and unloving' for the Church to turn its back on medical advances which can help alleviate suffering.

published on: 23rd February 2015

Chinese New Year

20 February BBC Radio Newcastle
Dr Valerie Pellat offers insights into the importance of New Year to the Chinese people.

published on: 20th February 2015

Election Poster Ban May Hit Voter Turnout

20 February The National Scotland
Dr Alistair Clark comments on Scottish councils’ ban on election posters on street furniture, indicating that this puts Scotland out of line with many other advanced democracies and may end up lowering voter turnout

published on: 20th February 2015

Agents paid an average of £1,767 per non-EU recruit

19 February Times Higher Education
Newcastle University ranked second for international student recruitment numbers and seventh for spending on international recruitment agents, according to figures obtained via an FOI

published on: 20th February 2015

Exhibition of works by Victor Pasmore at Newcastle's Hatton Gallery enhanced

19 February Northern Echo online
Paintings, prints and reliefs by Victor Pasmore - one of the most important British artists of the post-war period - have been enhanced by materials discovered at the Hatton Gallery.

published on: 20th February 2015

Engineers in the UK have found that limpets teeth consist of the strongest biological material ever tested

19 February BBC News Channel
Dr Heather Sugden, Marine Science and Technology, commented on the findings.

published on: 20th February 2015

Diaries reveal one Gateshead woman's First World War experiences

19 February The Journal online
Further coverage of 'Decoded 1914-18' focusing on Gateshead's Little Theatre founder Ruth Dodds. Her 29 diaries documenting working in a Tyneside munitions factory during the First World War became the basis of the exhibition.

published on: 20th February 2015

We're out of the shadows

18 February 2015 The Journal
Interview with Newcastle graduate and BBC Radio 6 Music boss Paul Rodgers, ahead of the 6 Music Festival next weekend on Tyneside.

published on: 18th February 2015

Agronomy company takes on new MD

18 February 2015 The Journal
Newcastle agriculture graduate Chris Clayton has been appointed managing director at Agrovista UK.

published on: 18th February 2015

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