Press Releases • Apr 13, 2018 10:51 BST
As part of Creative Fuse North East, Northumbria University’s design innovation team is launching two new innovation support programmes: one for clothing and textiles organisations; the other for DJs and musicians.
Press Releases • Apr 09, 2018 11:02 BST
The spring edition of Northumbria University News is here.
Press Releases • Mar 27, 2018 11:38 BST
A festival for crime fiction writers and readers offers its audience a rare insight into the fascinating world of real-life criminal investigation.
Press Releases • Mar 19, 2018 11:17 GMT
Final year undergraduate artists from across the UK have until Tuesday 3 April to apply for one of the UK’s most generous arts prizes.
Press Releases • Mar 16, 2018 11:50 GMT
While ‘Global Britain’ is a slogan cited often at the moment, people from the constituent nations of the UK have shown great wanderlust for centuries. During the nineteenth-century age of mass migration, migrants from the UK were - in their millions – going out into the world as adventurers, economic migrants and exiles.
Press Releases • Mar 09, 2018 12:06 GMT
Mike Rowe, Professor of Criminology at Northumbria University, discusses the moral and ethical issues of police use of AI predictions.
Press Releases • Mar 05, 2018 16:30 GMT
Professor of History at Northumbria University, Tom Lawson, discusses Horrible Histories for The Conversation.
Press Releases • Feb 27, 2018 12:27 GMT
A cultural extravaganza will take place in Newcastle and Gateshead this summer, with staff and students from Northumbria University supporting the festival through a wide variety of events and activities.
Press Releases • Feb 22, 2018 14:09 GMT
An exhibition exploring the history and legacy of philanthropy in the North East is currently taking place in Newcastle.
Press Releases • Feb 22, 2018 09:04 GMT
Small businesses from the North-East are being invited to take part in fully-funded, action-packed creative workshops to gain a fresh perspective on opportunities and challenges, develop ideas for new products and services, and share experiences with other local businesses.
Press Releases • Feb 14, 2018 14:49 GMT
It is the longest running soap on British radio, billed as ‘an everyday story of country folk’ when it launched in 1951. Now an academic from Northumbria University is exploring the darker side of the BBC Radio 4 show The Archers by examining the role of criminals and crime within the long-running series.
Press Releases • Feb 07, 2018 11:29 GMT
Where was the light bulb invented? What about the first steam locomotive, or hydroelectricity? Why have you never seen a canal in North-East England? Which was the only UK city outside London that Martin Luther King ever visited?
Press Releases • Jan 22, 2018 08:00 GMT
Pete Newbon, Lecturer in Romantic and Victorian Literature at Northumbria University discusses #MeToo, Sleeping Beauty and the often controversial history of fairy tales for The Conversation.
Press Releases • Jan 19, 2018 08:45 GMT
Professor of Modern History, Matthew Kelly, discusses Britannia, Druids and the surprisingly modern origins of myths for The Conversation.
EXPERT COMMENT: How our minds construct the past, present and future depends on our relationship with time
Press Releases • Jan 03, 2018 13:12 GMT
Dr Sarah Duffy, Senior Lecturer in Languages and Linguistics at Northumbria University, discusses different perspectives of time for The Conversation.