Press Releases in 2014

thumbnail Diet for your DNA

Personalised diet plans will not be widely accepted by the public until regulations are in place to protect information about our DNA, new research has shown.

published on: 21st October 2014

 

thumbnail Student-run business blooms in France

While studying International Business and French offers a variety of employment options, launching her start-up abroad is opening an exciting career path for one Newcastle University student.

published on: 20th October 2014

 

thumbnail Childhood infection link to hearing loss

Common childhood infections, such as tonsillitis and ear infections, may lead to hearing loss later in life, according to recent research from Newcastle University.

published on: 20th October 2014

 

thumbnail Newcastle University filmmaker nominated for top award

A documentary about India’s young blind chess players has been shortlisted for a prestigious Grierson award.

published on: 20th October 2014

 

thumbnail Global recognition for Newcastle scientist

Newcastle University’s Professor Angharad Gatehouse has been awarded the world’s top accolade in Entomology – the first woman to receive the award.

published on: 16th October 2014

 

thumbnail Institute for Ageing at Lib Dem conference

The Rt. Hon. Norman Lamb MP, Minister for Care, joined researchers from Newcastle University’s Institute for Ageing (NUIA) and a pensions industry expert at a packed fringe event on Sunday at this year’s Liberal Democrats Party Conference.

published on: 15th October 2014

 

thumbnail Possible breast cancer 'achilles heel' discovered

A leading team of Newcastle University scientists have found that 'turning off' two proteins reduces the ability of breast cancer cells to survive and grow.

published on: 15th October 2014

 

Realising opportunities

An award-winning partnership of leading universities has helped under-represented students win places at research intensive institutions, a new report has shown.

published on: 14th October 2014

 

thumbnail Adolescents with cerebral palsy as happy as able-bodied peers

Adolescents with cerebral palsy face multiple challenges, but their quality of life (QoL) is on a par with their able-bodied peers, according to new research published in the Lancet.

published on: 7th October 2014

 

thumbnail £8M investment for the next generation of North scientists

Newcastle is leading a partnership of North universities which has been given funding by Government to train the scientists of the future.

published on: 3rd October 2014

 
 

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