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 490 health and life sciences 286 business and engagement 272 research and innovation 269 engineering and environment 259 international 241 newcastle business school 171 northumbria law school 111 sport 101 The Conversation 98 awards 79 Design 59 research 55 humanities 44 Politics 42 Geography 33 art 32 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 America 12 environment 12 life centre 12 Live Theatre 11 Ecology 10 nutrition 10 honorary doctorate 10 BALTIC 10 honorary degree 9 sustainability 9 innovation 9 entrepreneur 9 crime 8 science 8 charity 8 gallery 8 theatre 7 public lecture 7 social science 7 arts 7 events 7 music 7 computer and information sciences 7 social sciences 6 study 6 television 6 government 6 rugby 6 brexit 5 space 5 exercise 5 northern stage 5 lecture 5 Europe 5 open day 5 award 5 alumni 5 journalism 5 Conference 4 technology 4 children 4 Masters 4 business 4 mental health 4 northern design centre 4 team northumbria 4 built environment 4 Northumbria University 4 comment 4 sociology 4 STEM 4 tyneside cinema 4 engineering 3 olympics 3 teaching 3 centre for international development 3 north east 3 english literature 3 china 3 applied science 3 Woon Prize 3 solar 3 design for industry 3 students union 3 mechanical and construction engineering 3 gallery north 3 exhibition 3 sport central 3 architecture and built environment 3 solar physics 3 election 3 NHS 3 graphic design 3 disability 3 student services 3 funding 3 photography 3 cyber security 3 football 3 graduation 3 antarctica 2 religion 2 transport 2 digital 2 animation 2 marketing 2 usa 2 economy 2 partnership 2 christmas 2 dance 2 paralympics 2 construction 2 campus 2 Newcastle 2 festival 2 mathematics 2 US 2 project 2 legal 2 leadership 2 culture 2 winner 2 employment 2 homeless 2 cricket 2 european 2 travel and tourism 2 engagement 2 chemistry 2 erasmus 2 review 2 tv show 2 Midwifery 2 computing 2 reveal 2 rugby world cup 2 Times Higher Education 2 event 2 Creative writing 2 glacier 2 nss 2 social work 2 baltic39 2 Times Higher 2 turner prize 2 campus services 2 BALTIC 39 2 discovery museum 2 students' union 2 student law office 2 american studies 2 woon 2 ice shelf 2 sage 1 ed balls 1 TEF 1 art award 1 astronauts 1 veterans 1 ocean rowers 1 france 1 BxNU 1 entrepreneurship 1 united kingdom 1 interview 1 smoking 1 yorkshire 1 sculpture 1 disabled 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 Phsysiotherapy 1 FabChangeWeek 1 athletics 1 britain 1 Beveridge 1 android 1 ethical hacking 1 Dr Laura Fish 1 Fashion Design 1 learning 1 nature 1 sport relief 1 mothers 1 legend 1 library 1 modern world 1 clearing 1 cybersecurity 1 literature 1 president 1 contemporary art 1 gardening 1 banking 1 modern art 1 ageing 1 language 1 trunki 1 records 1 childcare 1 Dynamo 1 Nightlife 1 renewable energy 1 northumbria 1 youth 1 internship 1 information 1 spending 1 students 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 parliament 1 devolution 1 tsinghua university 1 crime fiction 1 memory 1 virgin money 1 festive 1 healthy living 1 Textiles 1 insects 1 rowing 1 news 1 children's education 1 new appointment 1 Iceland 1 sports facilities 1 newspaper 1 MFA 1 academic 1 star wars 1 international development 1 trump 1 hate crime 1 filmmaking 1 ktp 1 asia 1 criminal law 1 elections 1 holocaust 1 suitcase 1 al predictions 1 aboriginal 1 the ratchet effect 1 advancement 1 student experience 1 lecturer 1 nepal 1 occupational therapy 1 Golden Globes 1 natural disaster 1 andrea phillips 1 band 1 innovate 1 Cellular and Molecular Sciences 1 iphone 1 desalination 1 school of design 1 beijing 1 design innovation 1 archives 1 ADSS 1 new years 1 Florence Nightingale 1 us election 1 animal cruelty 1 start-up 1 institution of civil engineers 1 government scheme 1 mathematics, physics and electrical engineering 1 netball 1 maths 1 buggy 1 Graduate Fashion Week 1 coding 1 Environmental Science 1 emoji 1 citizenship 1 english 1 climate change 1 university library 1 philosophy 1 The Olympics 1 Which 1 rememberance 1 gene therapies 1 warriors 1 ghana 1 tourism 1 security 1 glasgow 1 cancer 1 norman cornish 1 collaboration 1 smartphone 1 ballroom dancing 1 leadership and management 1 access 1 cd 1 circus 1 physics and electrical engineering 1 think physics 1 northumbria sport 1 safety zone 1 woon art prize 1 university gallery 1 b2b 1 networking 1 arts and humanities research council 1 media and arts 1 drama 1 entertainment 1 forum 1 management 1 stroke 1 terrorism 1 new york 1 energy 1 student support and wellbeing 1 radio 1 finance 1 sage gateshead 1 1953 1 lifestyle 1 row brittania 1 filmmmaking 1 information science 1 trinity square 1 performance 1 shopping 1 being human 1 cyber guardians 1 rag week 1 newcastle eagles 1 artist 1 taylor woodrow 1 maths, physics and electrical engineering 1 nu entry 1 online 1 workshop 1 animal law 1 NUFC 1 forensic science 1 geography and environmental sciences 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 gender based violence 1 honorary graduates 1 Woon 2016 1 Thailand's Ministry of Public Health 1 EU 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 martin luther king 1 medicine 1 inter-disciplinary research 1 australia 1 building 1 claire nally 1 interior design 1 fabricating histories 1 disaster 1 animals 1 university services 1 public health 1 business to business 1 Residence 1 alcohol 1 channel 4 1 accommodation 1 bus 1 chemical and forensic sciences 1 dancing 1 Volunteering 1 cycling 1 wheelchair 1 pyschology 1 Scholarship 1 strictly come dancing 1 flood 1 nursery 1 mars 1 drinking 1 fiction 1 brain 1 Show all tags
Evidence of Antarctic glacier’s tipping point confirmed for first time

Evidence of Antarctic glacier’s tipping point confirmed for first time

Press releases   •   Apr 01, 2021 14:24 BST

Researchers have confirmed for the first time that Pine Island Glacier in West Antarctica could cross tipping points, leading to a rapid and irreversible retreat which would have significant consequences for global sea level.

Investigating protein dynamics: research breakthrough could result in new cancer treatments

Investigating protein dynamics: research breakthrough could result in new cancer treatments

Press releases   •   Mar 26, 2021 10:33 GMT

Researchers from Northumbria University in Newcastle, and Bogazici University in Turkey, have discovered a new way of examining the structure and dynamics of single protein molecules within the human body – which could help scientists better understand the progression and possible treatment of diseases such as cancer.

Online diary helps NHS and care staff monitor changes in wellbeing and get support

Online diary helps NHS and care staff monitor changes in wellbeing and get support

Press releases   •   Mar 10, 2021 11:26 GMT

A new online diary has been developed to help health and care staff monitor changes in their wellbeing during the pandemic and signposts where individuals can access help when it is needed.

Work begins on experimental Living Building

Work begins on experimental Living Building

Press releases   •   Mar 02, 2021 14:32 GMT

Construction has started on a building which could transform the way we live.

Examining the impact of climate change on Siberia’s stores of permafrost
New technology could see solar panels integrated into windows and cladding

New technology could see solar panels integrated into windows and cladding

Press releases   •   Feb 26, 2021 09:18 GMT

A team of researchers, including renewable energy experts from Northumbria University, has received significant funding to revolutionise the fabrication and application of photovoltaic devices used to produce solar energy.

EXPERT COMMENT: Why urban gardens are crucial for conserving bees and butterflies – and how you can help them

EXPERT COMMENT: Why urban gardens are crucial for conserving bees and butterflies – and how you can help them

Press releases   •   Feb 23, 2021 10:57 GMT

In an article written for The Conversation, Katherine Baldock, Senior Lecturer in Ecology, Northumbria University, explores how urban gardens can help conserve bees and butterflies.

Northumbria KTP addressing the challenges of the UK housing crisis is rated outstanding

Northumbria KTP addressing the challenges of the UK housing crisis is rated outstanding

Press releases   •   Feb 15, 2021 13:37 GMT

A Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) between Platinum Electrical Engineering and Northumbria University has received the highest possible rating by an independent assessor.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Online tool keeps families connected during lockdown

Online tool keeps families connected during lockdown

Press releases   •   Nov 25, 2020 09:58 GMT

Social isolation and loneliness have affected many people during the Covid-19 pandemic, especially those with limited access to digital technology.

Scientists to help forecast space weather threats

Scientists to help forecast space weather threats

Press releases   •   Nov 06, 2020 10:18 GMT

A Northumbria University solar physicist is part of a team of scientists working on a new project to improve the ability of the Met Office to forecast space weather and its potential disruption to activities on Earth.

EXPERT COMMENT: Up to 40% of UK retail space is not needed – here’s what can be done with it

EXPERT COMMENT: Up to 40% of UK retail space is not needed – here’s what can be done with it

Press releases   •   Oct 23, 2020 13:41 BST

The UK high street has been badly hit by COVID-19 restrictions - and it is shining a spotlight on the huge amount of retail floorspace that is not needed. Paul Greenhalgh, Professor of Real Estate and Regeneration at Northumbria University, writes about the challenges facing the sector for The Conversation.

Learn to code at free virtual event

Learn to code at free virtual event

Press releases   •   Oct 12, 2020 11:28 BST

Northumbria University is running a free online coding workshop, allowing people to gain new digital skills from the comfort of their own home.

Fungi in a warmer world – research project will explore impact of global warming on fungi species

Fungi in a warmer world – research project will explore impact of global warming on fungi species

Press releases   •   Sep 22, 2020 11:02 BST

Scientists from universities in the UK, US and Argentina are joining forces in a $1m research project to discover what impact an increase in global temperatures could have on the millions of species of fungi around the world.

Reconnection Nanojets in the Solar Corona: a breakthrough shedding light on the mystery of the Sun’s million-degree atmosphere

Reconnection Nanojets in the Solar Corona: a breakthrough shedding light on the mystery of the Sun’s million-degree atmosphere

Press releases   •   Sep 21, 2020 16:20 BST

A team of scientists has discovered new activity within the Sun’s atmosphere which could explain how it reaches temperatures of more than a million degrees.

Northumbria climbs into top 30 of UK university league table

Northumbria climbs into top 30 of UK university league table

Press releases   •   Sep 08, 2020 17:13 BST

​Northumbria University is now ranked in the top 30 universities in the UK after a significant 20 place rise in ​The Guardian University Guide 2021.

Northumbria University renewable energy expert to head up international event

Northumbria University renewable energy expert to head up international event

Press releases   •   Aug 21, 2020 09:05 BST

Professor Nicola Pearsall, Emerita Professor of Renewable Energy at Northumbria University and a world-leading expert on photovoltaics, has been announced as the general chair for this year’s European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference (EU PVSEC).