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EXPERT COMMENT: Ruffled feathers: angry Britons’ battle with dive-bombing birds moves inland

EXPERT COMMENT: Ruffled feathers: angry Britons’ battle with dive-bombing birds moves inland

Press Releases   •   Feb 15, 2017 13:40 GMT

Mike Jeffries, Teaching Fellow in Ecology, writes about the problem of dive-bombing seagulls for The Conversation.

 European students expand their horizons at Northumbria

European students expand their horizons at Northumbria

Press Releases   •   Dec 19, 2016 17:08 GMT

Students from Italy, The Netherlands, Romania and Spain joined Gateshead College students for a series of interactive talks hosted by Department of Geography at Northumbria University.

EXPERT COMMENT: The captivating “personalities” of the animal stars in I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

EXPERT COMMENT: The captivating “personalities” of the animal stars in I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

Press Releases   •   Dec 06, 2016 14:33 GMT

Mike Jeffries, Teaching Fellow in Ecology at Northumbria University, writes about the experiences of invertebrates participating in TV reality show 'I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here'.

EXPERT COMMENT: Snow leopard ‘rape’: what was really going on?

EXPERT COMMENT: Snow leopard ‘rape’: what was really going on?

Press Releases   •   Nov 17, 2016 11:38 GMT

​Mike Jeffries, Teaching Fellow in Ecology at Northumbria University, writes about the anthropomorphism of animals in response to the recent episode of BBC One's Planet Earth II.

EXPERT COMMENT: Santorini eruption: new theory says ‘pyroclastic flows’ caused devastating Bronze Age tsunamis

EXPERT COMMENT: Santorini eruption: new theory says ‘pyroclastic flows’ caused devastating Bronze Age tsunamis

Press Releases   •   Nov 09, 2016 11:21 GMT

​Matthew Pound, Lecturer in Physical Geography at Northumbria University, writes about the Santorini eruption for The Conversation.

EXPERT COMMENT: Filthy rich? Insects prefer to live in wealthier houses research says

EXPERT COMMENT: Filthy rich? Insects prefer to live in wealthier houses research says

Press Releases   •   Sep 07, 2016 15:28 BST

​Mike Jeffries, Teaching Fellow in Ecology at Northumbria, writes about households becoming biodiversity hotspots for The Conversation.

Close ‘en-counters’ of the geographical kind

Close ‘en-counters’ of the geographical kind

Press Releases   •   May 13, 2016 14:10 BST

​A new exhibition exploring how young people perceive and map the city’s geography will launch at The Holy Biscuit during Newcastle’s Late Shows, starting tonight.

Northumbria to host science and innovation workshop in Brazil

Northumbria to host science and innovation workshop in Brazil

Press Releases   •   Apr 20, 2016 14:41 BST

​A Geography academic will help lead a workshop in Brazil after being awarded a share of a prestigious £375m fund.

Multicultural Britain under threat?

Multicultural Britain under threat?

Press Releases   •   Apr 18, 2016 14:43 BST

The impact of immigration legislation on the UK’s ‘everyday borders’ was among the topics discussed at a special panel and film screening at Northumbria University recently.

Everyday borders explored

Everyday borders explored

Press Releases   •   Mar 23, 2016 13:34 GMT

​A documentary film screening at Northumbria University next week chaired by Newcastle MP Chi Onwurah will help raise awareness of the impact of immigration laws on multi-cultural Britain.

Students get chance to contribute to global disaster debate

Students get chance to contribute to global disaster debate

Press Releases   •   Mar 23, 2016 11:36 GMT

​A group of Northumbria students have contributed to the United Nations’ plans to prevent future global disasters by attending an international conference in Geneva.

Northumbria glaciologist secures funding for European Alps research

Northumbria glaciologist secures funding for European Alps research

Press Releases   •   Feb 18, 2016 11:53 GMT

​A Geography researcher will spend his summer doing fieldwork in the Miage Glacier after receiving a grant from the British Society of Geomorphology.

African adventure for geography student

African adventure for geography student

Press Releases   •   Feb 17, 2016 14:34 GMT

​A Northumbria student put his university studies into practice when he spent six weeks helping communities in Uganda.

Global sea levels could rise due to melting Antarctic ice

Global sea levels could rise due to melting Antarctic ice

Press Releases   •   Feb 03, 2016 10:32 GMT

​Loss of ice in Antarctica caused by a warming ocean could raise global sea levels by three metres, research by Northumbria and Edinburgh universities suggests.

Northumbria research into disaster resilience secures top 20 spot in UK university rankings

Northumbria research into disaster resilience secures top 20 spot in UK university rankings

Press Releases   •   Oct 09, 2015 15:05 BST

Research from Northumbria University, Newcastle, has been ranked among the top 20 most impressive examples in the UK for its contribution towards global development.

 COMMENT: In defence of magpies: the bird world’s bad boy is simply misunderstood

COMMENT: In defence of magpies: the bird world’s bad boy is simply misunderstood

Press Releases   •   Sep 07, 2015 11:39 BST

Mike Jeffries, Teaching Fellow at Northumbria University, writes for The Conversation.

Volcanos have an influence on global climate change according to Northumbria expert

Volcanos have an influence on global climate change according to Northumbria expert

Press Releases   •   Sep 03, 2015 12:00 BST

Despite being one of the hottest things on the surface of the planet, volcanic eruptions actually helped to keep the oceans cool for 1,800-years before temperatures began to increase due to man-made global warming.

Modern technology making data-gathering more effective for ecologists

Modern technology making data-gathering more effective for ecologists

Press Releases   •   May 27, 2015 11:10 BST

​ECOLOGISTS and environmentalists recently joined staff and students at Northumbria University to explore how new advances are transforming the field.

The tale of a first-time voter

The tale of a first-time voter

Press Releases   •   May 08, 2015 00:00 BST

Second-year Geography student Charlotte Hall outlines her experience at being able to vote in the General Election for the first time and interviewing SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon for Sky News.

COMMENT: In praise of skaters – elves saving cities' forlorn and forgotten corners

COMMENT: In praise of skaters – elves saving cities' forlorn and forgotten corners

Press Releases   •   Apr 28, 2015 00:00 BST

Dr Mike Jeffries, Teaching Fellow in Geography at Northumbria University, Newcastle, discusses the positive impact skateboarders can have on cities.