In the Media - Archive

Five Live Drive

16 May 2014  BBC Radio Five Live
Professor Ashley Adamson comments on the benefits of free school meals.

published on: 16th May 2014

Words from the wise

16 May 2014  The Journal
Professor Chris Day comments on the important role of the regional press.

published on: 16th May 2014

The pill doesn’t reduce a woman's sex drive - unless she starts taking it when she's already in a relationship

15 May 2014  Times of India
A study by universities including Newcastle, has found that women’s sexual satisfaction is not affected if she meets her partner while she is already taking the pill.

published on: 16th May 2014

Hannabiell: Bass trombonist, force of nature and festival favourite

15 May 2014  The Journal
Feature about Newcastle University PhD music student Hannabiell Sanders, an award-winning trombonist and her partner Yilis del Carmen Suriel. Also a student at Newcastle University. They will be performing at their own festival Harambee Pasadia North East, In Easington from 23 to 26 May.

published on: 16th May 2014

Agra doctor moves green tribunal over air pollution

14 May 2014  Times of India
Raising alarm bells over the adverse effect of air pollution on fetuses and newborns, the Agra doctor quoted research from Newcastle University in his call on the Indian Government for action.

published on: 14th May 2014

More needs to be done to keep weight off

14 May 2014  Northern Echo
In a paper published in the BMJ, researchers from Newcastle University and Fuse, the centre for translational research in public health, found most overweight or obese people regain weight after initial weight loss, but that this regain can be reduced through behavioural changes and medication.

published on: 14th May 2014

£0.5m funds enable paint firm to lead consortium

14 May 2014  The Journal, Business
The School of Marine Science and Technology at Newcastle University is to provide extensive expertise in the field of marine fouling including specialist assay testing facilities, working with AkzoNobel to develop sustainable, high performance marine coatings.

published on: 14th May 2014

Ice-Loss Moves Earth 250 Miles Down

13 May 2014  Nature
Further coverage of the research by experts in the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences which reveals for the first time the speed at which ice-loss in the Antarctic is changing the shape of the land.

published on: 13th May 2014

Diet could hold back ageing say researchers

13 May 2014  The Times
Newcastle University scientists may be a step closer to finding a way to slow down the ageing process.

published on: 13th May 2014

'It's an intellectual adventure'

13 May 2014  The Statesman, India
Sugata Mitra speaks about a unique programme that takes primary education to the next level.

published on: 13th May 2014

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