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thumbnail Changing the conversation — polymers disrupt bacterial communication

Artificial materials based on simple synthetic polymers can disrupt the way in which bacteria communicate with each other.

published on: 12th November 2013

thumbnail By studying animal behaviour we gain an insight into our own

It is time to learn from our similarities with animal behaviour rather than just the differences, argues Newcastle University's Dr Tom Smulders.

published on: 8th November 2013

thumbnail £5 million to train the next generation of environmental and earth scientists

Newcastle University has been named a key player in a new partnership to train the leading scientists of the future.

published on: 5th November 2013

thumbnail Barbour donation boosts key research

A £1m donation has helped young researchers at Newcastle University tackle some of the most debilitating syndromes and diseases. 

published on: 4th November 2013

thumbnail Major study hopes to uncover genetic keys to bone diseases

Newcastle University is to lead an international, multi-million pound, research project to look at the genetic causes of hundreds of bone diseases, including arthritis and osteoporosis.

published on: 31st October 2013

Stepping it up a gear

Giants of the car industry Nissan, Renault, BMW and Volkswagen have called on the expertise of Newcastle University to take forward a major European project to drive forward the electric vehicle revolution.

published on: 23rd October 2013

North East LEP working with universities to drive innovation

Connecting automotive businesses with the expertise of four of the region’s universities to boost innovation and growth will be under the spotlight next week.

published on: 18th October 2013

thumbnail Grand plan to wipe out Whitehall

London’s Parliament Square could have been a quiet, leafy and traffic-free place if a radical architect’s plans had been given the go-ahead.

published on: 14th October 2013

thumbnail Low-calorie diets for Type 2 diabetes assessed

Research which could provide a definitive judgement on whether low-calorie diets should be offered as a treatment option to put Type 2 diabetes into remission is to start.

published on: 10th October 2013

thumbnail Print your own

Newcastle University leads the way in the use of 3D printing for medical devices.

published on: 9th October 2013

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