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thumbnail Fuelling the future

Experts have been explaining how they have harnessed the energy locked up in sewage to power our waste water treatment at the British Science Festival.

published on: 12th September 2013

thumbnail Experts call for football alcohol advertising restrictions

Newcastle University academics have called for the Government to consider restricting alcohol marketing during televised football matches after studying a selection of games and finding they were 'bombarded' by references to drink.

published on: 11th September 2013

thumbnail Pedalling towards better diabetes management

In a world first, Newcastle scientists are studying the physiological performance of cyclists 1,000 miles away as they tackle a gruelling ride and diabetes at the same time.

published on: 10th September 2013

thumbnail Leading the way in motor technology

Newcastle University has been named a key player in a £16 million programme to investigate the benefits of high-speed motors for hybrid and electric vehicles.

published on: 9th September 2013

thumbnail Serenading the Squirrel

The winner of Newcastle University’s Red Squirrel film project has discovered our native Reds have an unlikely passion for the harmonica.

published on: 9th September 2013

thumbnail Ambitious science mission sets off for Antarctica

A team of British scientists is making final preparations for an ambitious Antarctic science mission.

published on: 9th September 2013

thumbnail New research equipment will track cancer spread

New technology which will provide an insight into how cancers spread around the body and how effectively treatments are working has been unveiled by Newcastle University.

published on: 4th September 2013

thumbnail Whales get a tan too

Whales have been shown to increase the pigment in their skin in response to sunshine, just as we get a tan.

published on: 30th August 2013

Winning The Ocean Race

How the North East is leading the way in the global race to harness the power of the sea.

published on: 14th August 2013

thumbnail Rare leukaemia survival rate breakthrough

A pioneering genetic study means that children with a rare subtype of leukaemia have 75% less chance of their leukaemia recurring.

published on: 13th August 2013

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