Graduate sets the pace in event delivery for sporting enterprise
A Northumberland-based enterprise specialising in sporting events has expanded its business activity following support from a graduate internship programme by Northumbria University.
Hopes and reflections for COP26
Northumbria University academic Dr Alex Hope is hosting webinars on both the first and last days of the COP26 Climate Change Summit to explore, firstly the hopes and then the reflections of the global conference.
In Expectations of COP26 at 1300pm on November 1, Dr Hope, from Northumbria’s Newcastle Business School, and fellow moderator Dr Rachel Welton from Nottingham Business School, will dis
EXPERT COMMENT: COVID: how worried should we be about the new AY.4.2 lineage of the coronavirus?
Following the growth of a new Covid-19 variant in the UK, Dr Matthew Bashton and Professor Darren Smith from Northumbria University's Department of Applied Sciences, explore the growth of the variant in various European nations and the need for further genomic surveillance of the coronavirus.
Northumbria research team celebrate library project award win
A collaborative research project which promotes libraries as compassionate spaces to support conversations around death, dying and bereavement, has been recognised with a national health and wellbeing award.
Virtual reality tool that helps people to assess household carbon emissions to go on display at COP26
As the leaders of hundreds of countries prepare to descend on Scotland to join the COP26 Climate Change summit, a Northumbria University academic is busy with his own preparations to join the conference, where he will showcase his innovative virtual reality device that could help to revolutionise the construction industry.
National recognition for Northumbria design graduate
A Northumbria University graduate has won a medal at the prestigious London Design Festival (LDF) awards ceremony this year for his impact on the design scene.
The Good, the Bad and the Greedy: A critical look at UK business ethics
Public lecture at Northumbria University - Monday November 22
Northumbria University, Newcastle, is hosting a public lecture in partnership with the North-East Initiative on Business Ethics (NIBE) featuring two eminent speakers with strong views on 21st Century corporate behaviour.
The lecture will be held at Northumbria’s Newcastle Business School on Monday November 22 at 13:00pm. It will
On the level: Northumbria academics outline what to expect from the government’s levelling up White Paper
With dramatic variances in wealth, health, life chances and wellbeing across the UK, a government White Paper on the subject of “levelling up” is expected to be published this Autumn.
New national nurse training centre brings major boost for University and North East health sector and wider economy
Up to 7,000 new nurses and midwives per year will complete the final stage of their training at Northumbria University after it was awarded a contract to become one of five national OSCE testing centres.
The University worked in partnership with The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Newcastle City Council to submit the bid for centre status, which will also boost the wider
Graduate intern contributes to growth plans for local business
A North-East enterprise set up to help organisations measure and reduce their carbon footprint has seen its growth plans supported by a graduate internship programme from Northumbria University, Newcastle.
Newcastle-based SmartCarbon Ltd has recently recruited Northumbria Master’s graduate Anindya Chatterjee through the Northumbria Enterprise and Business Support 2 (NEBS2)scheme, which offe
The Climate Change Challenge – how can we live more sustainably?
Over the coming weeks you’ll be hearing a huge amount in the news about COP26, but what is it, and why is it so important?
COP is the United Nations’ annual climate change conference. It is the world’s most significant summit on climate change and this year, it is being held in the UK for the first time.
COP stands for the Conference of Parties and this year is the 26th conference – hence CO
Public trust in using data to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic cannot be assumed, researchers warn
Researchers from the Observatory for Monitoring Data-Driven Approaches to Covid-19 (OMDDAC) have published a final report on a study part-led by academics at Northumbria University to understand public attitudes toward sharing data and personal information to shape the UK’s response to the pandemic.