Follow Northumbria University, Newcastle

Tags

international

newcastle business school

arts design and social sciences

northumbria law school

engineering and environment

health and life sciences

sport

research and innovation

sustainability

business and engagement

arts design and social sciences 496 health and life sciences 292 research and innovation 275 business and engagement 274 engineering and environment 267 international 245 newcastle business school 174 northumbria law school 111 sport 101 The Conversation 98 awards 79 research 66 Design 61 humanities 44 Politics 42 art 35 Geography 34 Architecture 31 Fashion 27 Performing Arts 25 Healthcare 23 education 21 Nursing 20 film 19 physics 17 media 17 law 16 health 16 Fine Art 15 history 15 postgraduate 15 writing 14 psychology 14 criminology 13 life centre 12 environment 12 America 12 Live Theatre 11 Ecology 10 BALTIC 10 honorary doctorate 10 nutrition 10 honorary degree 9 entrepreneur 9 sustainability 9 innovation 9 charity 8 crime 8 gallery 8 science 8 public lecture 7 events 7 music 7 social science 7 arts 7 theatre 7 computer and information sciences 7 social sciences 6 study 6 television 6 rugby 6 government 6 northern stage 5 open day 5 Europe 5 award 5 exercise 5 space 5 brexit 5 alumni 5 journalism 5 lecture 5 mental health 4 business 4 solar physics 4 team northumbria 4 children 4 comment 4 northern design centre 4 Conference 4 Northumbria University 4 tyneside cinema 4 built environment 4 STEM 4 Masters 4 sociology 4 technology 4 engineering 3 election 3 football 3 china 3 exhibition 3 NHS 3 solar 3 photography 3 disability 3 graphic design 3 funding 3 teaching 3 olympics 3 graduation 3 cyber security 3 student services 3 north east 3 english literature 3 Woon Prize 3 students union 3 gallery north 3 sport central 3 architecture and built environment 3 applied science 3 design for industry 3 mechanical and construction engineering 3 centre for international development 3 paralympics 2 dance 2 winner 2 Midwifery 2 event 2 campus 2 discovery museum 2 engagement 2 Creative writing 2 students' union 2 usa 2 student law office 2 baltic39 2 Times Higher 2 Newcastle 2 chemistry 2 turner prize 2 cricket 2 american studies 2 employment 2 marketing 2 animation 2 construction 2 christmas 2 campus services 2 computing 2 reveal 2 partnership 2 digital 2 antarctica 2 culture 2 glacier 2 rugby world cup 2 mathematics 2 woon 2 US 2 transport 2 festival 2 homeless 2 religion 2 Times Higher Education 2 project 2 european 2 legal 2 erasmus 2 nss 2 review 2 ice shelf 2 travel and tourism 2 economy 2 social work 2 tv show 2 leadership 2 BALTIC 39 2 yorkshire 1 sculpture 1 resolutions 1 higher education 1 Meryl Streep 1 weather 1 Crown court 1 american 1 heart 1 cinema 1 homosexual 1 australia day 1 diversity 1 sport management 1 graduate 1 athletics 1 collaboration 1 android 1 ethical hacking 1 Fashion Design 1 smartphone 1 nature 1 sport relief 1 mothers 1 legend 1 library 1 clearing 1 cybersecurity 1 literature 1 access 1 contemporary art 1 gardening 1 Environmental Science 1 modern art 1 ageing 1 trunki 1 records 1 childcare 1 Dynamo 1 Nightlife 1 university library 1 northumbria 1 youth 1 rehabilitation 1 internship 1 spending 1 cd 1 leeds 1 neuroscience 1 Donald Trump 1 world mental health day 1 grant 1 river thames 1 conservation 1 guardian 1 biology 1 horror 1 lectures 1 minorities 1 private sector 1 civil engineering 1 circus 1 devolution 1 tsinghua university 1 crime fiction 1 virgin money 1 festive 1 healthy living 1 ballroom dancing 1 insects 1 rowing 1 b2b 1 children's education 1 new appointment 1 networking 1 sports facilities 1 newspaper 1 MFA 1 academic 1 norman cornish 1 international development 1 trump 1 hate crime 1 filmmaking 1 ktp 1 criminal law 1 elections 1 drama 1 suitcase 1 aboriginal 1 advancement 1 student experience 1 lecturer 1 entertainment 1 occupational therapy 1 Golden Globes 1 natural disaster 1 andrea phillips 1 forum 1 innovate 1 iphone 1 desalination 1 management 1 design innovation 1 archives 1 ADSS 1 new years 1 Florence Nightingale 1 us election 1 animal cruelty 1 institution of civil engineers 1 government scheme 1 netball 1 maths 1 buggy 1 Graduate Fashion Week 1 coding 1 emoji 1 citizenship 1 stroke 1 philosophy 1 The Olympics 1 Which 1 rememberance 1 gene therapies 1 warriors 1 terrorism 1 new york 1 energy 1 radio 1 finance 1 leadership and management 1 lifestyle 1 physics and electrical engineering 1 think physics 1 safety zone 1 woon art prize 1 university gallery 1 artist 1 arts and humanities research council 1 media and arts 1 performance 1 northumbria sport 1 shopping 1 online 1 workshop 1 row brittania 1 student support and wellbeing 1 EU 1 cyber guardians 1 sage gateshead 1 1953 1 NUSTEM 1 filmmmaking 1 information science 1 trinity square 1 memory 1 maths, physics and electrical engineering 1 being human 1 rag week 1 newcastle eagles 1 taylor woodrow 1 nu entry 1 cancer 1 geography and environmental sciences 1 animal law 1 NUFC 1 forensic science 1 getz 1 shipley gallery 1 knowledge transfer partnership 1 aerodynamics 1 Interfuse 1 sport coaching 1 computer science 1 George Clarke 1 Public Lecure Series 1 Lady with the Lamp 1 degree shows 1 league tables 1 Crime story 1 Crime story 2016 1 honorary graduates 1 Woon 2016 1 Thailand's Ministry of Public Health 1 gender based violence 1 Honorary Graduations 1 Arnab Basu 1 Which University Study 1 Honorary Graduation 1 Congregations 1 Jayne-Anne Gadhia 1 design school 1 media and communication design 1 exchange programme 1 Mittlemoda 1 John Connelly Award 1 Trekking Cabins 1 black lives matter 1 glitter ball 1 SLIPPS 1 prospective memory research 1 global history 1 modern history 1 European history 1 Professor Robert Gildea 1 fullbright 1 Warwick Stafford Fellowship 1 Kathryn Elkin 1 breakfast clubs 1 controversy 1 flood surge 1 Ron Beadle 1 jane arnfield 1 the tin ring 1 information commissioner 1 Chartered society of Forensic Sciences 1 inter-disciplinary research 1 claire nally 1 fabricating histories 1 chemical and forensic sciences 1 pyschology 1 TEF 1 ocean rowers 1 BxNU 1 Phsysiotherapy 1 FabChangeWeek 1 Beveridge 1 Dr Laura Fish 1 news 1 Textiles 1 parliament 1 students 1 renewable energy 1 language 1 banking 1 Iceland 1 president 1 learning 1 star wars 1 britain 1 disabled 1 interview 1 asia 1 modern world 1 entrepreneurship 1 france 1 veterans 1 sage 1 flood 1 holocaust 1 nepal 1 mathematics, physics and electrical engineering 1 Scholarship 1 Volunteering 1 al predictions 1 alcohol 1 Residence 1 business to business 1 animals 1 disaster 1 building 1 band 1 australia 1 martin luther king 1 medicine 1 beijing 1 interior design 1 start-up 1 the ratchet effect 1 university services 1 public health 1 english 1 climate change 1 channel 4 1 accommodation 1 bus 1 dancing 1 Cellular and Molecular Sciences 1 cycling 1 wheelchair 1 strictly come dancing 1 ghana 1 nursery 1 mars 1 drinking 1 fiction 1 brain 1 tourism 1 ed balls 1 art award 1 astronauts 1 security 1 information 1 glasgow 1 united kingdom 1 school of design 1 smoking 1 Show all tags

Latest news

EXPERT COMMENT: Thousands more satellites will soon orbit Earth – we need better rules to prevent space crashes

EXPERT COMMENT: Thousands more satellites will soon orbit Earth – we need better rules to prevent space crashes

Press releases   •   Feb 02, 2021 11:32 GMT

In a recent article written for The Conversation, Lauren Napier, Researcher in Space Law and Policy, Northumbria University, Newcastle discusses the need for better rules to prevent space crashes as thousands more satellites start orbiting Earth.

EXPERT COMMENT: Lockdown, quarantine and self-isolation: how different COVID restrictions affect our mental health

EXPERT COMMENT: Lockdown, quarantine and self-isolation: how different COVID restrictions affect our mental health

Press releases   •   Jan 26, 2021 14:59 GMT

In an article written for The Conversation, Dr Tom Heffernan, Programme Leader in Psychology with Criminology, Northumbria University, explores how different COVID restrictions affect our mental health.

EXPERT COMMENT: Digital hoarders: we’ve identified four types – which are you?

EXPERT COMMENT: Digital hoarders: we’ve identified four types – which are you?

Press releases   •   Jan 21, 2021 13:10 GMT

How many emails are in your inbox? If the answer is thousands, or if you often struggle to find a file on your computer among its cluttered hard drive, then you might be classed as a digital hoarder.

Northumbria staff on frontline supporting the Covid vaccination roll-out

Northumbria staff on frontline supporting the Covid vaccination roll-out

Press releases   •   Jan 18, 2021 15:32 GMT

Nursing academics from Northumbria University have been delivering Covid-19 vaccinations to priority patients, as part of the University’s continued efforts to support the frontline response to the pandemic.

Northumbria Law lecturer appointed Chair of  Law Society's Education and Training Committee
Midwife’s research features in new national guidance on drinking during pregnancy

Midwife’s research features in new national guidance on drinking during pregnancy

Press releases   •   Jan 13, 2021 11:45 GMT

​As thousands of people are committing to giving up alcohol during Dry January, research from a midwifery lecturer at Northumbria University has been included in new national guidance on the harms of consuming alcohol both before and during pregnancy.

A robotic revolution for urban nature

A robotic revolution for urban nature

Press releases   •   Jan 12, 2021 12:00 GMT

Drones, robots and autonomous systems can transform the natural world in and around cities for people and wildlife.

Northumbria academic elected as Chair of influential Council
Recognition for Northumbria physicist’s solar discoveries

Recognition for Northumbria physicist’s solar discoveries

Press releases   •   Jan 08, 2021 16:10 GMT

A Northumbria University scientist, whose research has helped change our understanding of the Sun’s magnetic waves, has been recognised for his outstanding contribution to the field of solar physics.

EXPERT COMMENT: Walking can relieve leg pain in people with peripheral artery disease

EXPERT COMMENT: Walking can relieve leg pain in people with peripheral artery disease

Press releases   •   Jan 05, 2021 14:27 GMT

​Exercise has been used in the treatment of many medical conditions, including heart and lung diseases. But it can also play an important role in treating peripheral artery disease. Our latest review shows that for people with peripheral artery disease, exercise programmes may help improve walking ability and quality of life by relieving symptoms of leg pain, cramps, and fatigue.

Programme supports region’s small businesses on road to recovery
Hands on approach to tackling Covid-19 with new sanitisation device

Hands on approach to tackling Covid-19 with new sanitisation device

Press releases   •   Dec 17, 2020 09:09 GMT

A North East collaboration between a young entrepreneur, a university and an engineering company has led to the development of a revolutionary new hand sanitisation device which could help slow the global spread of diseases such as Covid-19.

Research with life-saving potential for adults with learning disabilities and autism

Research with life-saving potential for adults with learning disabilities and autism

Press releases   •   Dec 16, 2020 10:40 GMT

​A research team at Northumbria University have launched a major project exploring how carers recognise and manage deterioration in the health of people with learning disabilities and autism.

Transforming treatments for Parkinson’s disease

Transforming treatments for Parkinson’s disease

Press releases   •   Dec 15, 2020 13:28 GMT

​A revolutionary approach to targeting and treating walking problems in people with Parkinson’s disease is being developed at Northumbria University, Newcastle.

Students’ random acts of kindness help people around the world

Students’ random acts of kindness help people around the world

Press releases   •   Dec 11, 2020 10:44 GMT

The selfless and compassionate acts of students at Northumbria University has spread global cheer and raised much needed awareness and funds for those who need it most.

Breakthrough forensic approach to help crack down on the sale of fake drugs

Breakthrough forensic approach to help crack down on the sale of fake drugs

Press releases   •   Dec 09, 2020 12:54 GMT

Fake medicines are one of the biggest health problems in the world today.

Largest single support package secured as partnership with Northumbria University is signed
North East satellite partnership expected to boost UK’s share of global space market

North East satellite partnership expected to boost UK’s share of global space market

Press releases   •   Dec 07, 2020 09:08 GMT

Northumbria University has been awarded more than £360,000 of funding from the UK Space Agency to develop the world’s first commercially available laser-based satellite communication system.

Another win for England’s rugby stars: A double win for Northumbria

Another win for England’s rugby stars: A double win for Northumbria

Press releases   •   Dec 01, 2020 14:25 GMT

England rugby stars Anthony Watson and Mako Vunipola have both just graduated from Northumbria University, Newcastle, with a BA (Hons) degree in Leadership and Management.

The art of social distancing - new project to explore how research and practice in the arts can inform social distancing policy in UK cities

The art of social distancing - new project to explore how research and practice in the arts can inform social distancing policy in UK cities

Press releases   •   Dec 01, 2020 10:15 GMT

Academics are to work with resilience planners from UK cities to explore how art and performance could be used to establish successful social distancing strategies.