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  • Can you save the Moon

    Thursday 23 June, 2016

    Interest in space has reached Tim Peake levels following the British Astronaut’s pioneering stay on the International Space Station, but as we look to the stars what are the questions surrounding further space travel, and who actually owns the Moon?

  • Sunderland clinical pharmacist puts his research on trial

    Tuesday 21 June, 2016

    The region’s very first clinical research pharmacist has been appointed to run NHS-approved clinical trials in GP surgeries, drawing on his medicines expertise to improve patient healthcare.

  • Brush with death inspires global success

    Tuesday 21 June, 2016

    A student’s project recounting his own experience of dying has been recognised globally at a prestigious international radio festival alongside two other North East success stories.

  • New School of Nursing announced for the North East

    Friday 17 June, 2016

    Senior health partners joined the University of Sunderland today, (Thursday 16th June 2016), to launch a new School of Nursing in the North East region, based in Sunderland.

  • Research looking to find the invisible men of domestic violence

    Wednesday 15 June, 2016

    Valuable research at a North East university is in danger of not going ahead because of a lack of voices from a too often silent population.

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