Results of a study by University researchers suggest that early surgery is no better than medical treatment for patients with brain haemorrhage.
published on: 28th January 2005
Two centres for excellence for the study of music and healthcare are to be established in the North East, helping the region to build on the international reputation it already boasts in these areas.
published on: 27th January 2005
Plans to create a Great North Museum at the historic Hancock Museum in Newcastle upon Tyne came a step closer to reality today, when the Heritage Lottery Fund announced that it has awarded £8.75 million towards funding the project.
published on: 26th January 2005
Nobel prize winner Sir Harry Kroto has launched a multi-million pound initiative to boost an advanced type of engineering at Newcastle University, giving British industry the world-class skills and technology it needs.
published on: 25th January 2005
INFALLIBLE: in Search of the Real George Eliot, at the Hatton Gallery, Newcastle University, until 12 March 2005, is a major touring exhibition that explores relationships between fiction and visual art through the work of contemporary artists and writers.
published on: 19th January 2005
More than 250 new examples of England's finest array of prehistoric rock art carvings, sited close to the Scottish border, have been discovered by archaeologists compiling a unique database.
published on: 14th January 2005
An Army captain who trains Newcastle University students is making a bid to pull off a unique sporting double - by becoming overall European sled dog racing champion.
published on: 12th January 2005
Shoppers throughout Europe are enjoying a greater variety of organic potatoes at more affordable prices, thanks to researchers who have completed a major international study.
published on: 6th January 2005