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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.

COMMENT: When it comes to nature’s public enemy number one, the mosquito is a modern monster

COMMENT: When it comes to nature’s public enemy number one, the mosquito is a modern monster

Press releases   •   Mar 24, 2015 00:00 GMT

Dr Mike Jeffries, , Teaching Fellow in Ecology in the Department of Geography, looks at the worlds most dangerous animal - it's smaller than you might think...

Northumbria academics represent the UK at UN world conference

Northumbria academics represent the UK at UN world conference

Press releases   •   Mar 19, 2015 00:00 GMT

Experts from Northumbria are leading a UK delegation to the third UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction.

COMMENT: New York where the streets are paved with hot dogs, donuts and burgers and hungry insects

COMMENT: New York where the streets are paved with hot dogs, donuts and burgers and hungry insects

Press releases   •   Dec 02, 2014 00:00 GMT

Dr Mike Jeffries, Teaching Fellow in Ecology in the Department of Geography, explores the impact of garbage guzzling insects on New York’s streets following the publication of new research in the US.

COMMENT: In defence of the stink bug

COMMENT: In defence of the stink bug

Press releases   •   Nov 13, 2014 00:00 GMT

Dr Mike Jeffries Teaching Fellow in Ecology in the Department of Geography, offers a more balanced view of these fascinating bugs after recent reports in the press that they are due to invade the UK from their native Asia.

EU migration has little impact on crime rates in England

EU migration has little impact on crime rates in England

Press releases   •   May 29, 2014 00:00 BST

EU migrants have made an insignificant impact on crime in England, says new research from Northumbria University, Newcastle.

Students guide the way in environmental initiative

Students guide the way in environmental initiative

Press releases   •   May 09, 2013 00:00 BST

Students from Northumbria University have partnered up with employees at a North East business park to provide their insight towards new environmental plans.