In the Media - Archive

The sunlit uplands of a boring homeland

11 July 2014  Herald Scotland
Newcastle University researcher Gemma Bone took part in a discussion about the ‘tyranny of big’ at the Common Weal Festival in Glasgow.

published on: 11th July 2014

The paedophile lie detector trap: We test technology to be used in the war against abusers

11 July 2014  The Mirror
Professor Don Grubin discusses the use of lie detectors to test sex offenders.

published on: 11th July 2014

Siri, Where am I?

11 July 2014  Washington Post blog
Alistair Bonnett discusses his new book Unruly Places: Lost Spaces, Secret Cities, and Other Inscrutable Geographies, which looks at undiscovered parts of the planet.

published on: 11th July 2014

Breakfast

11 July 2014  BBC1
Professor Roy Taylor discusses diabetes in light of new NICE guidelines which aim to reduce debilitating complications of the disease which are a huge drain on NHS resources.

published on: 11th July 2014

Hi-tech hub's finally here

11 July 2014  The Journal
Feature on the plans for Science Central ahead of the opening in the autumn of The Core - a state-of-the-art building housing high growth technology and science-based businesses.

published on: 11th July 2014

Grant winners

10 July 2014  Times Higher
Professor Volker Sträub has been awarded an Action Medical Research grant to investigate a new drug treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

published on: 10th July 2014

Hundreds of children in world record treasure hunt

10 July 2014  Tyne Tees Television
Hundreds of schoolchildren took part in a Guinness world record attempt for the largest treasure hunt around the Newcastle Gateshead Quayside.

published on: 10th July 2014

Stars of the show open new pavilion

10 July 2014  The Journal
A stargazing pavilion, which was designed by students from Newcastle University's School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, was officially opened yesterday.

published on: 10th July 2014

Mum backs cancer unit's £5.5m goal

10 July 2014  The Journal
The mother of a boy undergoing cancer treatment is backing Future Fund's the campaign to raise £5.5m for a world-leading specialist centre in the North East.

published on: 10th July 2014

The array of wildlife in the North East is matched by the talent of the region's photographers seeking that special shot

10 July 2014  The Journal
Professor James Steele, School of Dental Sciences, is quoted discussing the wildlife photography competition.

published on: 10th July 2014

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