In the Media - Archive

Does the queen of crime fiction still reign supreme?

11 January 2014  The Journal
Feature on Agatha Christie includes comment from Dr Stacy Gillis, who says that the author's lasting appeal is due to her 'cosy crime' approach, where a lack of focus on dead bodies makes them a more comfortable read than other crime fiction.

published on: 13th January 2014

Archaeologists guide military firepower

11 January 2014  The Times
Peter Stone, professor of heritage studies, explains how sites of archaeological or cultural value may be conserved during conflict.

published on: 13th January 2014

It’s a dog's lifelog

10 January 2014  New Scientist
Researchers at Newcastle University attached accelerometers to dogs and recorded movements associated with canine behaviours such as barking, running and chewing. The knowledge could help monitor the health of pets and service dogs.

published on: 10th January 2014

IVF babies twice as likely to be stillborn

09 January 2014  Daily Telegraph
A study which has been criticised by UK fertility experts, claims that women who struggle to conceive are more likely to suffer birth complications. Professor Alison Murdoch is one of the experts who puts the study in context.

published on: 9th January 2014

Maximising business growth in 2014

09 January 2014  The Journal, Business
Simon Green,  Head of Business Support at Newcastle Science City, talks about how to help businesses reach their potential.

published on: 9th January 2014

Crash diet is cure for diabetes

06 January 2014  Daily Mail
Further coverage of work by Professor Roy Taylor, looking at how diet can be used to reverse Type 2 diabetes.

published on: 6th January 2014

No privatised lie detector tests for sex offenders following outsourcing scandals involving G4S and Serco

06 January 2014  The Independent
Professor Don Grubin is mentioned in a story about the Government abandoning plans to allow the private sector to run lie detector tests for hundreds of serious sex offenders.

published on: 6th January 2014

Pay packets for Vice-Chancellors rise up to £14,000

06 January 2014  The Journal
The University and College Union criticise the increase in vice-chancellors' salaries and say the gap between the highest and lowest paid is widening every year.

published on: 6th January 2014

Creating a spectators' arena for village's star-studded shows

04 January 2014  The Journal
MA Architecture students are working with the community in Stonehaugh, Northumberland, to build a stargazing pavilion within Kielder's new Dark Sky Park. No url but see NewsLink article.

published on: 6th January 2014

Switch to seven days a week working in NHS is already underway

02 January 2014   Northern Echo
Features University Professor Chris Gray who is also medical director at the 1,000-bed County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust.

published on: 2nd January 2014

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