Press Releases • Oct 11, 2017 15:39 BST
More than 37,000 school children, parents and teachers have benefitted from a pioneering £3 million project designed to help engage young people with science, according to new figures released this week.
Press Releases • Oct 06, 2017 14:53 BST
Girls and women in the North East are being invited to take part in a unique project exploring what it means to be female growing up in the region.
Press Releases • Oct 05, 2017 13:30 BST
A project led by Northumbria University has been awarded funds by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to address pressing questions about different narratives surrounding the role of voluntary action in the provision of welfare services.
Internationally renowned art academic Andrea Phillips is the new BALTIC Professor at Northumbria University, Newcastle
Press Releases • Oct 03, 2017 11:48 BST
Northumbria University and BALTIC Centre of Contemporary Art are excited and proud to announce the appointment of a new BALTIC Professor and Director of the BxNU research institute.
Press Releases • Oct 03, 2017 11:41 BST
Female leaders from the world of business, education, technology, journalism and the arts shared their knowledge and expertise with over 450 young women from schools across the region during the 3rd North East Women (NEW) Leaders conference, organised by Northumbria University and Newcastle High School for Girls.
Press Releases • Sep 29, 2017 15:35 BST
Sterghios Moschos, Associate Professor in Cellular and Molecular Sciences, discusses the groundbreaking device that will help to fight the Ebola virus.
Press Releases • Sep 29, 2017 14:27 BST
Keeping children and young people safe and healthy online will be the focus of an innovative event taking place next month, organised by Northumbria University’s Creative Fuse team, Northumbria Police and Campus North.
Press Releases • Sep 28, 2017 10:03 BST
A new, faster and safer way of diagnosing the Ebola virus has been developed by an academic from Northumbria University, Newcastle. Research led and carried out by Dr Sterghios Moschos at Northumbria means that patients with Ebola-like symptoms can be identified and treated much sooner and at the point of care, helping to reduce the spread of the disease and risks to others.
Press Releases • Sep 26, 2017 16:19 BST
An exhibition of work by the winner of the 2016-17 Woon Foundation Painting and Sculpture prize opens to the public this week.
Press Releases • Sep 26, 2017 12:23 BST
An innovative education programme at Newcastle Business School has received a prestigious seal of approval from the British Academy of Management Education.
Press Releases • Sep 25, 2017 15:47 BST
Northumbria University, Newcastle has been chosen to take part in a multi-million pound research project exploring how light could be used to allow electronic devices to communicate in the smart homes, cars, factories and businesses of the future.
Press Releases • Sep 21, 2017 15:32 BST
A Northumbria Project Management graduate has been awarded the Association for Project Management (APM) North East Dissertation Prize.
Press Releases • Sep 21, 2017 11:42 BST
Northumbria Law School has been awarded its first Leverhulme award for a visiting professor to lecture and collaborate on research at the University.
Press Releases • Sep 20, 2017 17:01 BST
As Sri Lanka looks toward emerging sciences, Northumbria University, Newcastle has become the island’s first UK University to launch a biotechnology degree.
EXPERT COMMENT: Too much information? More than 80% of children have an online presence by the age of two
Press Releases • Sep 20, 2017 13:39 BST
Claire Bessant, Associate Professor in Law at Northumbria University discusses how parents can cause privacy problems by oversharing their child's pictures online. A toddler with birthday cake smeared across his face, grins delightedly at his mother. Minutes later, the image appears on Facebook.
Press Releases • Sep 18, 2017 14:17 BST
Research carried out by academics at Northumbria University, Newcastle could lead to improvements in treating patients with diseases caused by mutations in genes, such as cancer, cystic fibrosis and potentially up to 6,000 other inherited conditions.
EXPERT COMMENT: Britannia, Jane Austen and the surprising tale of why money has long had a female face
Press Releases • Sep 14, 2017 17:25 BST
Claudine Van Hensbergen, Senior Lecturer in Eighteenth-Century English Literature at Northumbria University, discusses the new face of England's reformed £10 note and the gendering of finance.