Press Releases in 2015

thumbnail Do 3D films make you dizzy – or is it just your imagination?

Dr Jenny Read writes about the effect 3D TV can have on a viewer in The Conversation.

published on: 29th July 2015

 

thumbnail Why bacteria could be the answer to a future without oil

Professor Jeff Errington writes about the search for a sustainable alternative to petroleum in The Conversation.

published on: 29th July 2015

 

thumbnail Piping a way from ancient Greece to modern Northumberland

A musical journey from the ancient Mediterranean to present-day Northumberland will be on offer at Newcastle University’s King’s Hall this week.

published on: 29th July 2015

 

thumbnail Hatton Gallery receives green light for redevelopment

A £2.1 million award from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) means that an ambitious £3.5 million scheme to revitalise Newcastle’s Hatton Gallery can now go ahead.

published on: 27th July 2015

 

thumbnail Funding boost for new lab to develop tests for rare and chronic diseases

Experts at Newcastle University have been given a funding boost of £2.7 million to focus on developing new lab tests for rare and chronic diseases.

published on: 27th July 2015

 

thumbnail Business School students go global with GEO

Students are adding an international flavour to their student experience thanks to a global internship programme. 

published on: 23rd July 2015

 

thumbnail New flood action team launched to investigate flash flooding across the UK

A band of ‘storm chasers’ has been set up by Newcastle University to help collect data about flash flooding and inform the way we manage future flood risk.

published on: 23rd July 2015

 

thumbnail New ‘chemotherapy booster’ could treat lung and pancreatic cancer

A new drug that blocks cancer’s escape route from chemotherapy could be used to treat deadly lung and pancreatic cancers, research has revealed.

published on: 22nd July 2015

 

thumbnail Prestigious awards for civil engineering students

Two students at Newcastle University have been awarded with prizes by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) recognising excellence in their field.

published on: 21st July 2015

 

thumbnail Funding boost will help patients with ME

Experts at Newcastle University have received funding to compare results from a commercial and a clinical diagnostic based blood test to assess mitochondrial function in ME/CFS.

published on: 21st July 2015

 
 

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