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  • Research into post bone marrow transplant complications

    Wednesday 14 October, 2015

    Scientists at Newcastle University have been awarded more than 250,000 to investigate why some patients develop an important complication following a transplant.

  • Princess finds out about Muscular Dystrophy research

    Wednesday 14 October, 2015

    Princess Eugenie of York returned to Newcastle University, where she herself studied, to find out about the pioneering research undertaken at the John Walton Muscular Dystrophy Research Centre.

  • New institute offers unique food chain expertise

    Wednesday 14 October, 2015

    A newly formed institute that joins up the research expertise of Newcastle University and Fera Sciences Ltd to address real world challenges throughout the entire food production and supply chain has opened.

  • Sugata Mitra to open first SOLE lab in America

    Wednesday 14 October, 2015

    A school in Harlem has created the first Amercian research lab - SOLE NYC - dedicated to exploring self organised learning environments.

  • Electoral register, not electoral fraud, the biggest problem at polling stations

    Tuesday 13 October, 2015

    Measures to tackle electoral fraud in the UK should not be introduced if they have a negative impact on the already “chronically” low voter registration and turnout, according to researchers from Newcastle University and the University of East Anglia (UEA).

  • New health partnership delivers world-class patient care

    Friday 09 October, 2015

    A new partnership which harnesses world-class expertise will ensure patients in the North East will benefit sooner from new treatments, diagnostics and prevention strategies.

  • Using people power to transform our streets

    Thursday 08 October, 2015

    A Newcastle street was transformed this weekend, trialling some of the ideas proposed by residents to make the area more people friendly.

  • What do Foundation Programme doctors actually do?

    Thursday 08 October, 2015

    Writing for the General Medical Council's bulletin, Dr Bryan Burford and Dr Gillian Vance, from Newcastle University's School of Medical Education, reflect on their research into the experiences of junior doctors.

  • Funding Opportunities for Innovation available

    Thursday 08 October, 2015

    A new EU-funded initiative at Newcastle University provides a unique opportunity for technology businesses to fund innovation activities in collaboration with the University’s computing experts.

  • Body donation for Medical Science

    Thursday 08 October, 2015

    The journey in life and beyond death of two people who have generously decided to donate their body to medical science has been highlighted in a new television series.

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