Researcher honoured for pioneering work to improve the mental health of babies
A Northumbria University researcher has won a prestigious award in recognition of his outstanding research on infant mental health.
Northumbria University and Lockheed Martin join forces to unlock the future of space-based solar power
As part of British Science Week, Lockheed Martin has announced an investment of £150,000 to Northumbria University in a project that aims to accelerate the delivery of space-based solar power.
Poetry collection shortlisted for prestigious international prize
A collection of poetry by Northumbria University lecturer, Dr Jo Clement, has been shortlisted for the John Pollard Foundation International Poetry Prize 2023.
Lasting tribute to Newcastle’s original feminist
The life and work of a North East woman, described as ‘the first English feminist’, was officially recognised this International Women’s Day, with a commemorative plaque dedicated to her outside Newcastle Cathedral.
Developing Northumberland’s workforce for a new net zero industrial age
As part of the 21st Century Workforce Development Initiative pilot, sponsored by the Royal Academy of Engineering, Northumbria University is delivering a mini-exec MBA programme to help executive leaders in Northumberland develop both their leadership skills and their knowledge of their county’s employer base.
The initiative is the first of its kind, being place-based and employer-led with th
Report highlights need for consistent national approach to international research collaborations
Experts from Northumbria University have published a report outlining the need for a sector-led approach for international research projects.
Bereaved, then abandoned: Call for better support for military widows
People whose partners died while serving in the Armed Forces say they feel overlooked and let down by the military community, according to a report published today by Northumbria University.
Prestigious Fellowship conferred on Northumbria Law Academic
Professor Raymond Arthur, from Northumbria Law School, has been awarded a Fellowship of the Academy of Social Sciences in recognition of excellence in his field and contributions to social sciences.
The Academy’s Fellowship comprises 1,500 leading social scientists from academia, the public, private and third sectors. Their expertise covers the breadth of the social sciences, and their practic
Wearable device provides support for Parkinson’s patients
A team of researchers have received funding from Parkinson’s UK to create a device which tackles one of the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
EXPERT COMMENT: Why sleep is so important for your fitness
In an article written for The Conversation, Ian Walshe, Health and Life Sciences, at Northumbria University, highlights the impact that poor sleep quality can have on your health, fitness and sporting performance.
EXPERT COMMENT: How running can help you cope with stress at work
In an article written for the Conversation, Kate Black and Russell Warhurst, Business and Law, Northumbria University, discuss the value of running as a coping mechanism for work-related stress.
Brewing success: research reveals pandemic key learnings for future growth in craft beer industry
New research led by Northumbria University investigates the impact the pandemic had on UK breweries and reveals location and innovation as key factors shaping strategies for resilience and future growth in the craft beer sector.