In the Media - Archive

Rare fungus sent to Kew after it is found in North

27 February 2014  The Journal
Byssonectria terrestris, a rare fungus normally found in the forests of Russia, Scandinavia and Canada, has been found at a bog  in Greenleighton. The find was made during a fieldwork trip with Newcastle University students.

published on: 27th February 2014

Award-winning neurologist pitches for better research activity

26 February 2014  Times of India
Newcastle University visiting Professor, Dr V Nagaraajan, has called for more research to be undertaken in Tamil Nadu.

published on: 26th February 2014

A monumental let-down

26 February 2014  The Journal, J2
Feature on the protection of cultural treasures, prompted by the film The Monuments Men, includes comment from Professor Peter Stone,  who has been in negotiation with the UK Government trying to persuade them to ratify the 1954 Convention.

published on: 26th February 2014

Male Infertility: Shelagh Fogarty Show

25 February 2014  BBC Radio Five Live
Dr Raveen Sandher talks about her research into male infertility. (from about 20 minutes into the programme)

published on: 25th February 2014

Finding common ground on the campus

25 February 2014  Oman Daily Observer
Feature on the NUMed campus in Malaysia.

published on: 25th February 2014

Scottish bid to split brings rare unity among UK politicians

25 February 2014  Christian Science Monitor
Dr Alistair Clark talks about the Scottish independence referendum.

published on: 25th February 2014

Business expert Lucy to inspire students

25 February 2014  Northern Echo
Respected northern business leader, Lucy Armstrong, has been given the role of David Goldman visiting professor of innovation and enterprise at Newcastle University Business School.

published on: 25th February 2014

A poem, a ukulele and a Chinese prize

23 February 2014  Sunday Telegraph
Newcastle student Jack Deverson won a Chinese speaking contest in China against native speakers which included a talk in Mandarin on England's 'north-south divide'.

published on: 25th February 2014

Leading universities 'expand by a third in just two years'

22 February 2014  The Telegraph
Newcastle's 21% increase is mentioned in a report about institutions which have benefited the most from government reforms designed to give them the freedom to recruit more students.

published on: 25th February 2014

Alchemists chief is new visiting prof

22 February 2014  The Journal
Lucy Armstrong, chief executive of The Alchemists, has been appointed the 11th David Goldman Visiting Professor of Innovation and Enterprise and will spend the next year looking at the challenges of succession and growth.

published on: 25th February 2014

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