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thumbnail Volunteers needed to help uncover secrets of Derwentcote

Excavation of Britain’s oldest steelworks taking place this summer

published on: 18th July 2012

thumbnail New research hub to address burning bioenergy questions

Newcastle University is to play a key role in a new research hub set up to investigate the efficiency and impact of bioenergy technologies.

published on: 17th July 2012

thumbnail Study reveals true picture of preventable deaths in hospitals

There are almost 12,000 preventable deaths in hospital every year due to problems with care but this is less than a third of the number previously thought, according to new research.

published on: 13th July 2012

thumbnail Regenerative medicine conference to highlight the ‘road to the clinic’

World-leading regenerative medicine experts are to due to share best practice on how to progress regenerative therapies into the clinic at a conference being organised by Regener8 at the Baltic, Gateshead this September.

published on: 12th July 2012

thumbnail Tooth protection from the sea

A team of dentists and scientists from Newcastle University are developing a new product from a marine microbe to protect dentures, teeth and gums from bacteria in the mouth.

published on: 6th July 2012

thumbnail New study finds genetic causes of osteoarthritis

Scientists at Newcastle University have discovered more genetic regions associated with the cause of osteoarthritis.

published on: 3rd July 2012

thumbnail The Toon Monsoon and Flood

The School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences is conducting a study of the flash-flooding that hit Newcastle and the North East on June 28th, 2012.

published on: 3rd July 2012

thumbnail Picking the pig with the perfect pins

Move over Elle Macpherson – the search is now on for the pig with the best legs as part of a new research project to improve the health and welfare of pigs on farms across the UK.

published on: 28th June 2012

thumbnail Evidence of oceanic ‘green rust’ offers hope for the future

A rare kind of mineral which scientists hope could be used to remove toxic metals and radioactive species from the environment played a similar, crucial role early in Earth’s history.

published on: 27th June 2012

thumbnail A Shared Vision of Scientific Strengths

A project to map the research equipment across universities in the North could point the way to greater collaboration between universities and improved research links with industry.

published on: 22nd June 2012

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