EXPERT COMMENT: Coronavirus anti-vaxxers: one in six British people would refuse a vaccine – here’s how to change their minds
Press releases • Jul 09, 2020 15:09 BST
In an article originally written for The Conversation, Dr Daniel Jolley, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Northumbria University, and Darel Cookson, PhD Candidate in Psychology at Staffordshire University, explain why some people might reject vaccines and how we can look to combat the anti-covid vaccine sentiment.
Press releases • Jul 09, 2020 12:22 BST
Northumbria University has been chosen to participate in a €4.8 million project to tackle the issue of renovating residential buildings in Europe to make them more energy efficient.
Press releases • Jul 08, 2020 15:30 BST
Selfless students have been recognised by the city’s universities for going above and beyond to support their neighbours during lockdown.
Northumbria University and NEL Fund Managers launching growth programme for North East health, wellness and social care sectors
Press releases • Jul 08, 2020 09:27 BST
A major new initiative to help North East businesses grow or expand into the health, wellness and social care delivery sectors is set to go live.
Press releases • Jul 06, 2020 16:33 BST
Alister Scott, Professor of Environmental Geography and an expert in urban planning and infrastructure at Northumbria University, writes for The Conversation on proposals to change the UK's planning system.
Press releases • Jul 06, 2020 13:15 BST
Lockdown could be bad for you back. Thanks to measures to tackle the coronavirus pandemic, many of us are now working from home. This means you might not be moving around as much, and your home desk setup (and the posture you adopt while working) might not be as good as it should be. These are all things that can lead to back pain.
Northumbria University part of £3.9m national collaboration to support academic engagement with public policy
Press releases • Jul 02, 2020 07:30 BST
Northumbria University has joined forces with UCL and the Universities of Cambridge, Manchester and Nottingham, as well as Parliament, Government and policy organisations, in a project to explore ways of improving academic-policy engagement.
EXPERT COMMENT - Women leaders and coronavirus: look beyond stereotypes to find the secret of their success
Press releases • Jun 30, 2020 13:47 BST
Professor Kate Maclean of Northumbria University’s Centre for International Development, discusses the success of women leaders in handling COVID 19.
Press releases • Jun 29, 2020 12:43 BST
Northumbria University’s growing global reputation for academic excellence has been reinforced after becoming the highest placed UK university in the latest world rankings.
Press releases • Jun 24, 2020 11:34 BST
A Professor in Northumbria University’s Department of Applied Sciences has won a top national award from The Royal Society of Chemistry.
Press releases • Jun 23, 2020 12:21 BST
Researchers at Northumbria University are testing and developing a range of smart digital technologies to help some of the most vulnerable people in society live more independently.
Press releases • Jun 22, 2020 07:00 BST
Psychologists at Northumbria University, Newcastle, have provided the first scientific evidence of the link between violent behaviour towards the telecommunications sector and 5G COVID-19 conspiracy beliefs.
Press releases • Jun 20, 2020 22:10 BST
One in four adults in the UK are experiencing food insecurity, which is likely to have left them susceptible to hunger and potential malnutrition, during the COVID-19 pandemic. That is the main finding of a survey published today by Feeding Britain and Northumbria University’s Healthy Living Lab.
Press releases • Jun 18, 2020 15:34 BST
Success hasn’t been easy for Northumbria University alumni and entrepreneur, Rob Law.
Press releases • Jun 15, 2020 09:57 BST
Press releases • Jun 12, 2020 14:02 BST
Fashion students from Northumbria University have proved that the Coronavirus pandemic is no obstacle to creativity after their work was selected to appear in a national newspaper.
Press releases • Jun 12, 2020 12:16 BST
Four out of ten university students have reported they are worried that they will run out of food as they deal with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new report. The findings have been submitted to the UK Education Select Committee inquiry into the impact of COVID-19 on education and children’s services.