A study by Newcastle University researchers into the effects of sugars on our oral health recommends cutting down on the sweet additive as part of a global initiative to reduce tooth decay.
published on: 10th December 2013
Academics have called for tooth loss to be taken more seriously, after new research revealed the full imact it can have on patients' lives.
published on: 5th December 2013
Newcastle University will be taking a leading role in the UK’s first strategy to help build understanding of rare diseases and boost research to find effective treatments and therapies.
published on: 29th November 2013
Women with diabetes who want to start a family are being urged to monitor their blood glucose levels and take a daily high dose of folic acid, as a new study reveals the extra risks to their baby's health.
published on: 28th November 2013
An event to celebrate the achievements of Newcastle University’s Centre for Rural Economy over the past 21 years is being held today at Alnwick Castle.
published on: 27th November 2013
Researchers have discovered a gene that regulates alcohol consumption and when faulty can cause excessive drinking. They have also identified the mechanism underlying this phenomenon.
published on: 26th November 2013
The Vice-Chancellor of Newcastle University, Professor Chris Brink, and representatives from the University’s Centre for Rural Economy (CRE), have attended a ceremony at Buckingham Palace where CRE's reputation as a driving force for research into rural economies and societies was recognised with the award of a Queen's Anniversary Prize.
published on: 22nd November 2013
A pioneering research centre set up to train the next generation of digital economy researchers is being launched in the North East of England.
published on: 21st November 2013
Cornish pasties might be a traditional British staple but one student discovered they are also thriving thousands of miles away in Mexico.
published on: 19th November 2013
Trying to process complicated information while driving – such as taking work calls – significantly reduces our ability to drive safely, new research has shown.
published on: 18th November 2013