Students from Newcastle University are making waves by showing the rest of the world how to design the ships of the future.
published on: 19th December 2000
Proteins are tougher than we think - which is good news for scientists trying to piece together the facts about evolution.
published on: 18th December 2000
An international study led by Professor Ian McKeith and colleagues from Newcastle University has concluded that the drug rivastigmine may significantly alleviate the symptoms of a common form of dementia, says a report published in this week’s issue of THE LANCET (pp 2024, 2031).
published on: 15th December 2000
Newcastle University has been chosen to lead the UK's efforts to develop new treatments for drug-resistant strains of tuberculosis, which have killed millions of people in developing countries and are now on the doorstep of Europe.
published on: 13th December 2000
Newcastle University is launching a brand new degree in folk and traditional music, the first of its kind to be offered by an English university.
published on: 11th December 2000
Newcastle University’s School of Management has received a substantial endowment from the family of Sunderland-born entrepreneur, David Goldman, founder of the multi-billion pound software company, The Sage Group.
published on: 8th December 2000
If you want to go green, get out your nutcrackers. Scientists at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne say hazelnuts could provide the hydrogen to power the fuel-cell driven cars of tomorrow.
published on: 7th December 2000
THE FIRST UK CENTRE to use the new leukaemia drug STI571, based in Newcastle upon Tyne, today, December 4, 2000 publishes results from its clinical trials at a major international medical meeting in San Francisco.
published on: 4th December 2000
Kate Adie, the BBC’s intrepid chief news correspondent famed for her television reports from the heart of the world’s conflict zones, will be in Newcastle University next week to unveil a bronze bust of herself created by renowned portrait sculptor, Shenda Amery.
published on: 27th November 2000
A PIONEERING research agreement which could lead to collaboration with the Japanese pharmaceutical industry has been concluded by the University and the Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust.
published on: 25th November 2000