In the Media - Archive

Everyone can be a winner in this digital dimension

7 August 2015 Times Higher Education
Director of knowledge exchange hub says that the arts and humanities can play a key role in bringing creative companies and academics together. Mentions a collaboration involving Newcastle University which is hoped to become a blueprint for future business-university collaborations in the creative sector.

published on: 7th August 2015

Grant winners

7 August 2015 Times Higher Education
Dr Louise Allan has been awarded £518,008 by the National Institute for Health Research. The project will explore the possibility of developing a complex intervention to improve the outcome of fall-related injuries in people with dementia.

published on: 7th August 2015

As Hiroshima's legacy fades, Japan's postwar pacifism is fraying

7 August 2015 The Conversation
Dr James Babb writes about the legacy of the atomic bombings and Japanese attitudes towards pacifism.

published on: 7th August 2015

City transport needs saving from itself - here's how to do it

7 August 2015 The Conversation
Dr Yvonne Huebner discusses how "smart" cities use computer systems and the internet to better balance demand for energy, transport and waste management.

published on: 7th August 2015

Take note, Chinese teachers: a little classroom chaos can be a good thing

6 August 2015 Telegraph
The recent BBC documentary 'Chinese School' saw teachers shocked by how unruly British pupils were, but creativity is worth that price, argues the author. Professor Sugata Mitra's "minimally invasive education" model is discussed.  

published on: 6th August 2015

Scientists discover the secret to a long life

5 August 2015 The Mirror
Newcastle University scientists say they have identified the key to good health among centenarians and how they pass that gift on to their offspring.

published on: 5th August 2015

SeaGas study aims to turn seaweed into energy source

5 August 2015 The Journal
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) is at the helm of a consortium including Newcastle University experts, which will look at turning seaweed into sustainable energy, producing bio-methane from the organic matter through anaerobic digestion.

published on: 5th August 2015

The future of rail travel, and why it doesn’t look like Hyperloop

5 August 2015 The Conversation
Professor Roberto Palacin argues that railways, with their greater capacity for carrying more people, quickly and with greater energy efficiency, are the best bet to become our mobility backbone.

published on: 5th August 2015

Prix fixe: is airline consolidation to blame for sky-high airfares?

5 August 2015 The Conversation
Dr Volodymyr Bilotkach talks about the emerging level of competition within the airline industry in light of the recent wave of mergers.

published on: 5th August 2015

Joanna Berry: 'I want to recognise the next generation of business leaders'

5 August 2015 The Journal
Dr Joanna Berry shares her list of emerging business leaders in the North East.

published on: 5th August 2015

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