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thumbnail Chronic inflammation accelerates ageing

Inflammation could be a key factor in the ageing process academics at Newcastle University have found, and the discovery could help scientists identify new ways of delaying ageing.

published on: 25th June 2014

thumbnail Creating a Northern powerhouse – N8 comments on the Chancellor’s speech at the Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester

In his speech in Manchester today, George Osborne says that together, our northern cities can be more than the sum of their parts and that their geographical proximity can enable them to collaborate more for collective success.

published on: 23rd June 2014

thumbnail First graduation from NUMed

The first doctors to have been trained by a UK university campus overseas are preparing to graduate from Newcastle University's medical school in Johor, Malaysia.

published on: 19th June 2014

thumbnail Sampling the world's oceans

Researchers from Newcastle University’s Dove Marine Laboratory will join scientists from around the world in as part of the largest ocean sampling event ever to take place in one day.

published on: 19th June 2014

thumbnail New centre to tackle rheumatoid arthritis

Newcastle University and Arthritis UK have announced a major new research centre that aims to find out more about the causes of rheumatoid arthritis.

published on: 6th June 2014

thumbnail Could spiders be the key to saving our bees?

A novel bio-pesticide created using spider venom and a plant protein has been found to be safe for honeybees - despite being highly toxic to a number of key insect pests.

published on: 4th June 2014

thumbnail Mitochondrial technique safe finds new report

The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) has found that mitochondrial techniques developed at Newcastle University are safe.

published on: 3rd June 2014

thumbnail Heavier summer downpours with climate change

Extreme summer rainfall may become more frequent in the UK due to climate change, according to new research led by Newcastle University and the Met Office.

published on: 2nd June 2014

thumbnail 'Hypo' attacks in type 1 diabetes could be managed more effectively

More effective management could dramatically reduce the number of dangerous and potentially devastating hypoglycaemic events experienced by people with type 1 diabetes, a new study has found.

published on: 23rd May 2014

thumbnail Newcastle University study examines Liberal Democrats' prospects

Reports of the Lib Dems’ demise may be greatly exaggerated, research by Newcastle University suggests.

published on: 23rd May 2014

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