PhD student Yvonne Choo strikes Gold at House of Commons competition for the excellence of her chemistry research.
published on: 22 March 2017
Newcastle University wants to discover six potential research leaders and appoint them to five-year fellowships. We're also advertising four funded PhD studentships in Engineering and Science.
published on: 3 May 2017
The first Silver Athena SWAN award in the Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering.
published on: 8 May 2017
published on: 24 August 2017
Two leading academics have been elected to join the most exclusive fellowship in the engineering profession.
published on: 6 September 2017
The influential Times Higher Education subject rankings have returned exciting results in two key areas of the Faculty's work.
published on: 17 October 2017
Newcastle University has launched a new Global Challenges Academy website. It highlights work with partners across academic borders and disciplines to help address challenges facing the world.
published on: 2 November 2017
Professor Sally Shortall will give her inaugural public lecture in the Newcastle University Insights series on Thursday 16 November.
published on: 8 November 2017
Joint 3rd place in The Giovani Talenti 2017 awarded to Pier Giovanni Bissiri
published on: 24 November 2017
The Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering at Newcastle University has published a series of case studies for industrial stakeholders on our leading research in water engineering with Northumbrian Water Group (NWG).
published on: 29 November 2017
Professor Sandra Edwards has won a top prize at the 2017 Food and Farming Industry Awards.
published on: 4 December 2017
Mathematics lecturers Dr Andrew Baggaley and Dr Nick Parker took a look at the game, Toilet Trouble, to analyse the seemingly random sequence of flushes and squirts.
published on: 21 December 2017
The Urban Sciences Building (USB), the University’s flagship £60m building for urban research, has received the Lord Mayor’s Design Award for Sustainability in Newcastle.
published on: 5 February 2018
Newcastle University is reaping the benefits of local industry collaboration through equipment donation.
published on: 6 February 2018
Less than 20 per cent of the UK population lives in rural areas so it’s not surprising that, for many people in the UK, long-running BBC Radio 4 soap opera The Archers is an important source of knowledge and understanding of the countryside.
published on: 12 February 2018
A Biology student has come up with an innovative way to aid efforts to save endangered gorillas.
published on: 7 March 2018
Newcastle University is sad to learn of the death of Professor Stephen Hawking, renowned Physicist.
published on: 14 March 2018