In the Media - Archive

Severe winter storms could signal onset of climate change in UK

31 March 2014  Farming UK
Feature on extreme weather mentions research by Prof Hayley Fowler at Newcastle University which predicted that the first signs of climate change could be detectable in winter rainfalls in the South West as early as the 2020s.

published on: 31st March 2014

As seas rise, millions cling to borrowed time and dying land

31 March 2014  New York Times
Feature on rising seas levels in Bangladesh mentions John Pethick, a former professor of coastal science at Newcastle University, who has spent much of his retirement studying the region and found that high tides were rising 10 times faster than the global average.

published on: 31st March 2014

A cider and a sherry can top you over a day's sugar limit

30 March 2014  Sunday Telegraph
The World Health Organisation has recommended that no more than 10 per cent of individual's daily calories should come from added sugar after its experts studied findings from Prof Paula Moynihan which said a lower threshold is needed to reduce tooth decay and that many alcoholic drinks contain 'hidden sugars'.

published on: 31st March 2014

New centre to be based at university

29 March 2014  The Journal
Chancellor George Osborne announces a £106m investment in postgraduate training, including a new EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Cloud Computing for Big Data at Newcastle University.  The new Centre will be led by academics in the schools of Computing Science and Maths and Stats.

published on: 31st March 2014

New hope in the fight against epilepsy is emerging

29 March 2014  The Journal
Newcastle University's computing scientists, engineers and medics are leading a pioneering new project to develop a brain implant which uses light waves to try to counteract the disrupted brain activity which causes an epileptic seizure.

published on: 31st March 2014

North East projects get royal seal of approval

29 March 2014  The Journal
Princess Anne joined senior commonwealth leaders at Newcastle University's Culture Lab to see some of the research being carried out by the team.  The delegation also visited Science Central and the University's DriveLab.

published on: 31st March 2014

Scientists working on pioneering epilepsy treatment

28 March 2014 BBC Radio Four, Today programme
Professor Andrew Jackson talks about a new £10m project to develop a treatment for epilepsy.  (From 1 hour 18 mins into the programme)

published on: 28th March 2014

Introduction to energy and offshore report

28 March 2014  The Journal, North of England energy and offshore report
Overview of the supplement by the Journal editor includes reference to the opening of the Neptune National Centre for Subsea and Offshore Engineering next year.

published on: 28th March 2014

Solving the energy dilemma

28 March 2014  The Journal, North of England energy and offshore report
Professor Tony Roskilly, director of the University’s Sir Joseph Swan Centre, explains why the North East is leading the way in energy research.

published on: 28th March 2014

Subsea sector

28 March 2014  The Journal's North of England energy and offshore report
Overview of the development and importance of the subsea sector mentions the Neptune Nationa Centre.

published on: 28th March 2014

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