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Hands on approach to tackling Covid-19 with new sanitisation device

Hands on approach to tackling Covid-19 with new sanitisation device

Press releases   •   Dec 17, 2020 09:09 GMT

A North East collaboration between a young entrepreneur, a university and an engineering company has led to the development of a revolutionary new hand sanitisation device which could help slow the global spread of diseases such as Covid-19.

The art of social distancing - new project to explore how research and practice in the arts can inform social distancing policy in UK cities

The art of social distancing - new project to explore how research and practice in the arts can inform social distancing policy in UK cities

Press releases   •   Dec 01, 2020 10:15 GMT

Academics are to work with resilience planners from UK cities to explore how art and performance could be used to establish successful social distancing strategies.

Northumbria to support National Centre for Academic and Cultural Exchange

Northumbria to support National Centre for Academic and Cultural Exchange

Press releases   •   Nov 26, 2020 10:04 GMT

Northumbria University is to play a key role in a new National Centre designed to support knowledge exchange between higher education institutions and the UK’s arts and culture sector.

Project explores Covid-19 changes to police interview techniques

Project explores Covid-19 changes to police interview techniques

Press releases   •   Nov 13, 2020 13:44 GMT

A new research project is to examine what difference the use of telephone or video calls, as opposed to face to face participation, has on the fairness and effectiveness of police interviews, carried out with witnesses, victims and suspects of crime.

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Shakespeare Club takes to the road

Shakespeare Club takes to the road

News   •   Apr 23, 2019 13:08 BST

Iconic buildings and locations across the North East will play host to a series of discussions exploring some of Shakespeare’s most famous plays.

 Graduate internship scheme helps fund recruitment for growing business

Graduate internship scheme helps fund recruitment for growing business

News   •   Sep 06, 2017 15:14 BST

Alumni of Northumbria University are growing their own businesses by recruiting fellow graduates through funding available via the University

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Our Multilingual City

Our Multilingual City

Events   •   Nov 02, 2015 15:30 GMT

Want to learn more about the diverse languages spoken across Newcastle? Led by Professor Ewa Dabrowska, this series of short talks and accompanying audience quiz will explore the linguistic diversity found in Newcastle’s major community languages. Free Admission | Booking Essential

Nov 14, 14:0016:00 GMT

Great North Museum: Hancock Large Clore Suite Barras Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 4PT

 Stories of Migration & Home in Newcastle

Stories of Migration & Home in Newcastle

Events   •   Nov 02, 2015 15:32 GMT

Learn more about how migration has shaped the region with Dr Tanja Bueltmann. There will be short talks for adults, storytelling for children, and a ‘pop-up museum’. Here members of the public can bring in objects that are important to them and which tell local migration stories. Free Admission | The storytelling and pop-up museum will be drop-in and non-ticketed. The talks for adults are al...

Nov 15, 11:3014:30 GMT

Discovery Museum Blandford Square Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4JA

 Public Lecture Series: Halima Cassell

Public Lecture Series: Halima Cassell

Events   •   Nov 02, 2015 15:49 GMT

Henry Rothschild Memorial Lecture: 20 Years of Continually Growing as a Creative Person Halima Cassell is an internationally renowned ceramicist. Her lecture will explore the various elements of her practice and discuss how her work evolves. Refreshments will be available from 6pm.

Nov 17, 18:0021:00 GMT

Shipley Art Gallery Prince Consort Road Gateshead Tyne and Wear NE8 4JB

 Shakespeare’s Citizens: Readings & Responses

Shakespeare’s Citizens: Readings & Responses

Events   •   Nov 02, 2015 15:40 GMT

Join us for a free taster of the established monthly Shakespeare Club in this special festival session, in which we will read and discuss still-relevant passages about the conflicts and challenges of city life in Shakespeare’s plays. No previous knowledge of Shakespeare’s drama is required, and all are welcome. Free Admission | Booking Essential

Nov 17, 18:0020:00 GMT

The Lit and Phil 23 Westgate Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1SE

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Woon Art Prize 2017 - winner announced

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The winner of this year’s Woon Art Prize has been announced by Northumbria University, Newcastle, and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art.

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Being Human festival gets underway at The Discovery Museum

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Academics from Northumbria University are hosting a series of free events across Newcastle as part of Being Human festival – the UK’s onl...

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