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thumbnail Contaminated green waste has ‘catastrophic’ implications for historic environment

Archaeologists are calling for better regulation of the control and use of green waste in order to protect the historic environment.

published on: 21st May 2015

thumbnail Pioneering project will help patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) will benefit from a major multi-million euro European research project aimed at developing better diagnostic tests and treatments.

published on: 19th May 2015

thumbnail Amino acid found in some foods could improve oral health

A naturally occurring amino acid found in some foods could help millions of people avoid cavities and gum disease, researchers have revealed.

published on: 6th May 2015

thumbnail Scientists unravel the complex brain mechanisms responsible for tinnitus

Scientists have undertaken a unique study to help them unravel the complex brain mechanisms responsible for tinnitus.

published on: 23rd April 2015

thumbnail Study reveals alcoholic hepatitis treatments fail to keep patients alive

Leading experts are calling for urgent research into the prevention and treatment of alcoholic hepatitis as a major study reveals the only drugs used to treat the illness are not effective as currently used.

published on: 23rd April 2015

thumbnail Mountains warming faster, say scientists

An international team of scientists, including experts from Newcastle University, is calling for urgent and rigorous monitoring of temperature patterns in mountain regions after finding evidence that high elevations could be warming faster than previously thought.

published on: 23rd April 2015

thumbnail Bees prefer nectar containing pesticides

Bees are attracted to nectar containing common pesticides, scientists at Newcastle University and Trinity College Dublin have discovered. This could increase their chances of exposure to high levels of pesticides. 

published on: 22nd April 2015

thumbnail Almost a fifth of us still not eating ANY whole grains

Experts at Newcastle University are calling for the introduction of guidelines around the amount of whole grains we should be eating after it was revealed almost one in five of us are not eating any at all.

published on: 21st April 2015

thumbnail St George’s Day concert will raise funds for research centre

A special concert is being held in the region to help raise vital funds for an important Newcastle University service.

published on: 20th April 2015

thumbnail Open innovation opens the door to marine biotechnology in Oman

Using marine resources such as seaweeds, fish and microbes to develop new products for the healthcare, agriculture and other industries could hold the key to a more resilient economy in Oman, but only if a climate of open innovation exists, a ground-breaking study led by Newcastle University has concluded.

published on: 17th April 2015

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