In the Media - Archive

Why bacteria could be the answer to a future without oil

05 January 2015  The Conversation
Professor Jeff Errington explains the potential for bacteria to replace oil in the development of chemicals needed for many of our every-day items.

published on: 5th January 2015

Seeking out a hidden difficulty

05 January 2015  The Journal
Newcastle University has teamed up with a Northumberland school to help children with speech, language or communication difficulties.

published on: 5th January 2015

North researchers help in key climate change project

03 January 2015  The Journal
Newcastle University academics are part of a project using aerial photographs from the 1940s and 1950s to probe the climate history of the Antarctic Peninsula.

published on: 5th January 2015

Née en Inde, I'école dans le nuage perce en France

30 December 2014  Le Monde
Prof Sugata Mitra's self organised learning environments (SOLEs) are now proving poplar in France, where teachers are trying out the method. Includes an interview with one of the French-speaking 'grannies' from the Granny Cloud.

published on: 5th January 2015

No boundaries for this school

23 December 2014  Times of India
Next month, Professor Sugata Mitra will be in India to launch his fifth School in the Cloud.  He discusses the project and his vision for the future.

published on: 23rd December 2014

Real folk family gathering

23 December 2014  The Journal
Some of the graduates of the region's pioneering folk degree course - launched in 2001 and inspired by Folkworkds - served up an anniversary treat for Christmas.

published on: 23rd December 2014

Antarctic photo science archive unlocked

22 December 2014  BBC, Science & Environment
Aerial photos from the 1940s and 1950s are being used by the British Antarctic Survey, Newcastle University and University of Gloucestershire to probe the climate history of the Antarctic Peninsula.

published on: 22nd December 2014

Pioneers in cancer fight

22 December 2014  The Journal
The Northern Genetic Centre, based at the University’s Institute of Genetic Medicine, is one of the 11 centres in country to lead a breakthrough genomics project.

published on: 22nd December 2014

Christmas on campus: what are international students up to this year?

22 December 2014  The Guardian
Newcastle and Northumbria universities are collaborating for a third year to host a range of festive activities for students unable to go home at Christmas.

published on: 22nd December 2014

North initiatives support argument for devolution

22 December 2014  The Journal
A new report, carried out by academics at the University’s Global Urban Research Unit, has hailed the success of three North East planning initiatives and has called for power to be devolved to local councils to encourage more of the same.

published on: 22nd December 2014

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