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Summer reads 2015

09 July 2015  Times Higher
Professor Chris Brink, Vice-Chancellor, shares his reasons for the books he intends to read over the summer.

published on: 14th July 2015

Project to track down trench art from region

08 July 2015  The Journal
A project led by Newcastle University PhD student Andrew Marriott and involving Beamish Museum aims to identify how much trench art exists in the North East.

published on: 9th July 2015

North East universities honour region's stars as thousands of students graduate

08 July 2015  Evening Chronicle
Round-up of honorary degrees in the region mentions that Newcastle University is awarding an Honorary Doctor of Music (DMus) to the former director of Sage Gateshead Anthony Sargent.

published on: 9th July 2015

Newcastle University academic says Britain has become a less free, less private state since 7/7

07 July 2015  Evening Chronicle
Response to London bombings has seen individual freedom sacrificed for security according to Newcastle University's Dr Martin Farr.

published on: 9th July 2015

Former North student in the Athens cauldron

07 July 2015  The Journal
Prof Georgos Stathakis, the Greek Economics Minister, gained his MA Economics and later his PhD from Newcastle University.

published on: 9th July 2015

Funding blow for pioneering drug to help children

04 July 2015  The Journal
Professor Kate Bushby, who has been leading a trial of Translarna at the John Walton Muscular Dystrophy Research Centre, says the decision by NHS England to defer its decision on whether it will fund the pioneering treatment is ‘very disheartening’.  

published on: 6th July 2015

University sustainability centre gets the go-ahead

04 July 2015  The Journal
Planning permission has been approved for the £58m Urban Sciences Building, part of the Science Central site, which will bring together a range of research disciplines under one roof.

published on: 6th July 2015

To me, drawing is a way of exploring the possibilities of things you want to make

04 July 2015  The Journal
Antony Gormley talks about drawing, as ‘Space Stations’ – an exhibition of his drawings – comes to the Hatton Gallery. Among the other work also on show are drawings by Richard Talbot, head of Fine Art at Newcastle University. The show is part of the wider ‘drawing?’ programme taking place across the North East.

published on: 6th July 2015

Enterprising students win award

03 July 2015 The Journal Business
Entrepreneurial students Stuart Maitland and Alex Brown have won the national final of the Santander Universities Enterprise Awards for their Mediwikis collaborative revision website.

published on: 3rd July 2015

Traders' hormones 'increase risky behaviour'

03 July 2015 BBC News
Dr Richard Quinton comments briefly on research by Imperial College London that suggests raised levels of the hormones testosterone and cortisol can make traders take more risks, which could create instability in financial markets.

published on: 3rd July 2015

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