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Newcastle University India scholarships

21 July 2015 New Indian Express, Times of India and India Education Diary
Postgraduate scholarships from the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences and the Law School are available for eligible students from India.

published on: 21st July 2015

£1.5m donation goes to children's cancer centre

20 July 2015 The Journal
The Future Fund campaign, which aims to establish a research centre into childhood cancers, has received a £1.5m donation from The Wolfson Foundation.

published on: 20th July 2015

Don't just send all two-year-olds off to school – involve their families too

20 July 2015 The Conversation
In families with children “succeeding against the odds", teachers, peers and the wider community need to all be involved in helping the children and their parents. An article by Professor Liz Todd, professor of Educational Inclusion.

published on: 20th July 2015

Sunburnt dolphin put down by vet

20 July 2015 The Telegraph
A dolphin which was found in a river in Cornwall has been put down after suffering suspected sunburn. Mentions Newcastle University research which found that blue whales develop tans as they migrate south.

published on: 20th July 2015

Older workers: a resource ready to be tapped

18 July 2015 The Independent
Experts from Newcastle University’s Institute for Ageing have called on the Government to establish a new cross-departmental taskforce, specifically focused on the issue of the ageing workforce.

published on: 18th July 2015

Accolade is no small beer for North students

18 July 2015 The Journal
Newcastle University’s student brewery, Stu Brew takes top honours at the NUS Enterprise Awards.

published on: 18th July 2015

Wild night was honour for visiting environmentalist

18 July 2015 The Journal
The Honorable Bruce Babbitt, visited the North East to receive an honorary degree from Newcastle University.

published on: 18th July 2015

How a prize-winning building might affect learning

17 July 2015 The Conversation
Dr Pamela Woolner argues: “Improving an educational space can be as much about fitting needs, both existing and emerging, and although this doesn’t rule out fantastic architecture it might not always demand it.”
 

published on: 17th July 2015

City's look into the future could be a blueprint

16 July 2015  The Journal
A project led by Profs Mark Tewdwr-Jones and John Goddard could be a blueprint for cities around the world says today's report on the study.
No url but see press release.

published on: 17th July 2015

Trust Me I'm a Doctor

16 July 2015  BBC 2 available on iplayer for 29 days
The team investigate how we can help our memory with the expert help of Professor Mike Trenell who is encouraging them to get walking to improve the brain's performance.  (From 7 mins 20" and results at 54 mins 03")

published on: 17th July 2015

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