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The Irish Times
'Ignorant, bigoted': Irish writers respond to Brexitthe Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry Prize for Best First Collection 2014, and t
'Ignorant, bigoted': Irish writers respond to Brexit
The Irish Times / Posted 16 minutes ago
the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry Prize for Best First Collection 2014, and the Irish Shine/ Strong Award. She teaches at Newcastle University I flew from Luton to Belfast on the morning of the referendum, spending the day in Cookstown in... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish writers take a red pen to Brexitthe Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry Prize for Best First Collection 2014, and t
Irish writers take a red pen to Brexit
The Irish Times / Posted an hour ago
the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry Prize for Best First Collection 2014, and the Irish Shine/ Strong Award. She teaches at Newcastle University I flew from Luton to Belfast on the morning of the referendum, spending the day in Cookstown in... Read more
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chroniclelive
Sinkhole in Gateshead causes A1 to collapse into old mine shaftdiversion routes, with delays of almost an hour reported by some drivers. Dr J
Sinkhole in Gateshead causes A1 to collapse into old mine shaft
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
diversion routes, with delays of almost an hour reported by some drivers. Dr Jean Hall, lecturer in engineering geology at Newcastle University, had explained to the Chronicle how are sinkholes created. She said: “Sinkholes are the result of a... Read more
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chroniclelive
Gateshead sinkhole: What we know so far after huge crater closes the A1possible and thank drivers for their patience.”How do sinkholes happen? Dr Jea
Gateshead sinkhole: What we know so far after huge crater closes the A1
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
possible and thank drivers for their patience.”How do sinkholes happen? Dr Jean Hall, lecturer in engineering geology at Newcastle University, explained to the Chronicle how are sinkholes created. She said: “Sinkholes are the result of a... Read more
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chroniclelive
Gateshead sinkhole: What is a sinkhole? All you need to know about the holes appearing on our roadsthese sinkholes formed and should we be worried? We put some questions to Dr J
Gateshead sinkhole: What is a sinkhole? All you need to know about the holes appearing on our roads
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
these sinkholes formed and should we be worried? We put some questions to Dr Jean Hall, lecturer in engineering geology at Newcastle University, and here are her answers. 1. How are sinkholes created? Sinkholes are the result of a collapse of the... Read more
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The Age
Climate as important as the deficitJulie Toth said the government needed to articulate a clear climate change poli
Climate as important as the deficit
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Julie Toth said the government needed to articulate a clear climate change policy in order to give business certainty. Newcastle University economics professor Bill Mitchell wants an orderly exit from the coal industry Photo: Simone De Peak... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Climate as important as the deficitJulie Toth said the government needed to articulate a clear climate change poli
Climate as important as the deficit
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Julie Toth said the government needed to articulate a clear climate change policy in order to give business certainty. Newcastle University economics professor Bill Mitchell wants an orderly exit from the coal industry Photo: Simone De Peak... Read more
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Canberra Times
Climate as important as the deficitdeficit were more fully taxing superannuation, restraining spending and reconsi
Climate as important as the deficit
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
deficit were more fully taxing superannuation, restraining spending and reconsidering the idea of an increase in the GST. Newcastle University economics professor Bill Mitchell wants an orderly exit from the coal industry Photo: Simone De Peak... Read more
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chroniclelive
Newcastle EU Referendum results: How the area votedheart from the national significance of the result having lost the fight on the
Newcastle EU Referendum results: How the area voted
chroniclelive / Posted 3 days ago
heart from the national significance of the result having lost the fight on their patch. Edward Martin, 21, a student at Newcastle University, said he was “disappointed in the democratic process”. He said: “We can view this as a display of... Read more
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Evening Standard
Anab Jain on using technology to turn the blind into super-seersit reduced to an outline.” The prosthetic vision device Jain designed () Supe
Anab Jain on using technology to turn the blind into super-seers
Evening Standard / Posted 4 days ago
it reduced to an outline.” The prosthetic vision device Jain designed () Superflux worked with Dr Patrick Degenaar from Newcastle University to consider what else it could do — and came up with seeing in different spectrums. Using thermal... Read more
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iol.co.za
Is when you eat just as NB as what you eat?also regulated by the dark/light cycle which in turn can affect eating habits.
Is when you eat just as NB as what you eat?
iol.co.za / Posted 4 days ago
also regulated by the dark/light cycle which in turn can affect eating habits. The scientists from King’s College London, Newcastle University and the University of Surrey said a number of studies have shown that people working shifts have an... Read more
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FOX News
Canadian woman develops Scottish accent after concussionwhat other languages you speak have nothing to do with the accent you seem to d
Canadian woman develops Scottish accent after concussion
FOX News / Posted 4 days ago
what other languages you speak have nothing to do with the accent you seem to develop,” Nicholas Miller, a researcher at Newcastle University in Britain, told the National Post. Campbell-Rayment’s fall caused her to lose her speech entirely for... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why WHEN you ear is just 'as important as what'body clock – or circadian rhythms – which typically follow a 24-hour cycle The
Why WHEN you ear is just 'as important as what'
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
body clock – or circadian rhythms – which typically follow a 24-hour cycle The scientists from King’s College London, Newcastle University and the University of Surrey said a number of studies have shown that people working shifts have an... Read more
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chroniclelive
North East universities plead with voters to remain in the EU - as it helps them attract studentsAtkinson, vice-chancellor and chief executive of the University of Sunderland;
North East universities plead with voters to remain in the EU - as it helps them attract students
chroniclelive / Posted 6 days ago
Atkinson, vice-chancellor and chief executive of the University of Sunderland; Professor Chris Brink, vice-chancellor of Newcastle University; Professor Stuart Corbridge, vice-chancellor and warden of Durham University; Professor Paul Croney,... Read more
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Northern Echo
Students plan alternative open days in protest of rising costsby 15 per cent in three years and from next year a standard room at Durham will
Students plan alternative open days in protest of rising costs
Northern Echo / Posted 6 days ago
by 15 per cent in three years and from next year a standard room at Durham will cost nearly £2,500 more than one at nearby Newcastle University. In December students dressed as mourners and carried a coffin through the streets of Durham to protest... Read more
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Northern Echo
Campaign launched to restore legendary explorer Gertrude Bell's childhood home in Redcarto the community." The campaign is currently engaging with various organisatio
Campaign launched to restore legendary explorer Gertrude Bell's childhood home in Redcar
Northern Echo / Posted 7 days ago
to the community." The campaign is currently engaging with various organisations to develop the proposal, including Newcastle University. Dr Mark Jackson, lecturer in archaeology and manager of the Gertrude Bell Photographic Archive said:... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NDIS will pay for itself: new analysis forecasts huge jobs growthpaid employment. Ms Prince's older brother David, who also has an intellectual
NDIS will pay for itself: new analysis forecasts huge jobs growth
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
paid employment. Ms Prince's older brother David, who also has an intellectual disability, works in garden maintenance at Newcastle University and has a work experience placement at a hardware store. "The difference the NDIS has made to their... Read more
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chroniclelive
What has the EU ever done for us in the North East?people accused or convicted of crime to other EU countries.Research The EU pro
What has the EU ever done for us in the North East?
chroniclelive / Posted 9 days ago
people accused or convicted of crime to other EU countries.Research The EU provides funding to universities. For example, Newcastle University is leading a cross-European consortium of nine centres as part of a £4.6 million project, funded by... Read more
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chroniclelive
Departing Newcastle students urged to keep the city cleangoods to charity rather than dumping them in the city. The scheme, which is in
Departing Newcastle students urged to keep the city clean
chroniclelive / Posted 11 days ago
goods to charity rather than dumping them in the city. The scheme, which is in its second year, has been organised by Newcastle University Students’ Union (NUSU) and championed by student volunteers. Anne Murray, the ‘Leave Newcastle Happy’... Read more
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chroniclelive
Who are the famous names set to be added to the North East Walk of Fame?the People’s Kitchen was born. •Mo Mowlam, who studied at Durham University an
Who are the famous names set to be added to the North East Walk of Fame?
chroniclelive / Posted 11 days ago
the People’s Kitchen was born. •Mo Mowlam, who studied at Durham University and also worked as a lecturer in politics at Newcastle University. She served as MP for Redcar and was Northern Ireland Secretary at the time of the signing of the... Read more
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chroniclelive
Why the North East needs Europe - Tim Farronpolice forces work together against criminals – has helped remove 76 criminals
Why the North East needs Europe - Tim Farron
chroniclelive / Posted 12 days ago
police forces work together against criminals – has helped remove 76 criminals since 2010. The Armstrong Building at Newcastle University One Peter Melling was charged with sex offences against children having been arrested in Bulgaria under... Read more
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chroniclelive
Student who lives her life lying down fears her skull is sinking into her spineaged 12, she began suffering dislocations. Despite the pain, Melanie has just
Student who lives her life lying down fears her skull is sinking into her spine
chroniclelive / Posted 13 days ago
aged 12, she began suffering dislocations. Despite the pain, Melanie has just completed a three year Biology degree from Newcastle University, studying from home. She relies on 24 hour care from mum Molly Hartshorn. Melanie added: “I have been... Read more
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express
‘Mr Juncker, you'll be kissin’ my ass!’ Ukip activist returns with ANOTHER Brexit songOf course we can Ukip activist Mandy Boylett Ms Boylett asked her son Tomson
‘Mr Juncker, you'll be kissin’ my ass!’ Ukip activist returns with ANOTHER Brexit song
express / Posted 13 days ago
Of course we can Ukip activist Mandy Boylett Ms Boylett asked her son Tomson - a first-year computer science student at Newcastle University - to help her with the production of the video, which she has self-funded. She believes the video will... Read more
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chroniclelive
True extent of the North East's diabetes epidemic is revealedincrease in the region with 260 new diagnoses. The North East is leading the U
True extent of the North East's diabetes epidemic is revealed
chroniclelive / Posted 14 days ago
increase in the region with 260 new diagnoses. The North East is leading the UK in diabetes research after experts at Newcastle University revealed that people who reverse their diabetes, then keep their weight down, can stay clear of the... Read more
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iol.co.za
Anti-ageing experts share their secretshealthier. DO PRESS-UPS, ESPECIALLY IF YOU'RE A WOMAN Carol Jagger, 64, is a
Anti-ageing experts share their secrets
iol.co.za / Posted 15 days ago
healthier. DO PRESS-UPS, ESPECIALLY IF YOU'RE A WOMAN Carol Jagger, 64, is a professor of epidemiology of ageing at Newcastle University’s Institute of Health and Society. As you age most people will know it’s important to keep your weight... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Advocate defends benefits of cannabisquestioning the health benefits of the drug. The article, published in the Med
Advocate defends benefits of cannabis
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
questioning the health benefits of the drug. The article, published in the Medical Journal of Australia and written by Newcastle University chair of clinical pharmacology Professor Jennifer Martin and St Vincent’s Health Associate Professor... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
How the ‘animal internet’ sheds light on the secrets of migration“animal internet”. The eels’ migration bears comparison to that of the Arctic
How the ‘animal internet’ sheds light on the secrets of migration
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 15 days ago
“animal internet”. The eels’ migration bears comparison to that of the Arctic tern, which last week was shown by Newcastle University scientists to have made the longest-known migration, a 60,000-mile round trip between Northumberland and... Read more
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The Manila Times
Dozens of fish species in danger – Haribonthe 1950s, according to the study conducted by Haribon, one of the Philippines’
Dozens of fish species in danger – Haribon
The Manila Times / Posted 15 days ago
the 1950s, according to the study conducted by Haribon, one of the Philippines’ oldest conservation groups, and Britain’s Newcastle University. It based its findings on interviews with 2,600 fishermen across the Philippines, which has one of the... Read more
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chroniclelive
How a Geordie 'super tern' could clock up two million milesa bird that weighs less than an iPhone, that’s an amazing feat,” said lecturer
How a Geordie 'super tern' could clock up two million miles
chroniclelive / Posted 16 days ago
a bird that weighs less than an iPhone, that’s an amazing feat,” said lecturer Dr Bevan, from the School of Biology at Newcastle University. “We did think of calling him Kevin for a while but we think it may be a female now so it goes under... Read more
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The Financial Express
IVF technique that cuts genetic disease risk found safethat the technique we have developed will offer affected women the possibility
IVF technique that cuts genetic disease risk found safe
The Financial Express / Posted 16 days ago
that the technique we have developed will offer affected women the possibility of reducing the risk of transmitting mitochondrial DNA disease to their children,” said senior author of the study Mary Herbert from Newcastle University i... Read more
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New Kerala
IVF technique that cuts genetic disease risk found safe - newkerala.com #75476that the technique we have developed will offer affected women the possibility
IVF technique that cuts genetic disease risk found safe - newkerala.com #75476
New Kerala / Posted 16 days ago
that the technique we have developed will offer affected women the possibility of reducing the risk of transmitting mitochondrial DNA disease to their children," said senior author of the study Mary Herbert from Newcastle University i... Read more
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chroniclelive
The unsung North East heroes who made it onto the Queen's Birthday Honours listhedgehog wandering on the lawn alone and I knew it wouldn’t last the winter. “
The unsung North East heroes who made it onto the Queen's Birthday Honours list
chroniclelive / Posted 16 days ago
hedgehog wandering on the lawn alone and I knew it wouldn’t last the winter. “I’ve been looking after them ever since.” Newcastle University Professor Doug Turnbull has been knighted in recognition of his services to health care research and... Read more
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chroniclelive
All the North East recipients on the Queen's Birthday Honours listStockton on Tees. (Stockton on Tees, Durham)Knights Bachelor Professor Douglas
All the North East recipients on the Queen's Birthday Honours list
chroniclelive / Posted 16 days ago
Stockton on Tees. (Stockton on Tees, Durham)Knights Bachelor Professor Douglass Matthew Turnbull. Professor of Neurology, Newcastle University. For services to Health Care Research and Treatment particularly Mitochondrial Disease. (Tyne and... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Queen's birthday honours 2016: The full listto Biomedical Science and to Cancer Research Professor Douglass Matthew Turnbu
Queen's birthday honours 2016: The full list
Daily Mirror / Posted 16 days ago
to Biomedical Science and to Cancer Research Professor Douglass Matthew Turnbull, Tyne and Wear Professor of Neurology at Newcastle University: For services to Health Care Research and Treatment particularly Mitochondrial Disease Professor... Read more
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chroniclelive
Jesmond house party spirals out of control as students 'defecate' in streetseriously and will consider any appropriate interventions to prevent those invo
Jesmond house party spirals out of control as students 'defecate' in street
chroniclelive / Posted 16 days ago
seriously and will consider any appropriate interventions to prevent those involved causing further problems again.” A Newcastle University spokesperson said: “If students are found to have behaved in an anti-social way they are subject to a... Read more
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PhysOrg
Dozens of Philippine fish species in dangerthe 1950s, according to the study conducted by Haribon, one of the Philippines'
Dozens of Philippine fish species in danger
PhysOrg / Posted 17 days ago
the 1950s, according to the study conducted by Haribon, one of the Philippines' oldest conservation groups, and Britain's Newcastle University. It based its findings on interviews with 2,600 fishermen across the Philippines, which has one of the... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Dozens of Philippine fish species 'in danger'the 1950s, according to the study conducted by Haribon, one of the Philippines'
Dozens of Philippine fish species 'in danger'
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 17 days ago
the 1950s, according to the study conducted by Haribon, one of the Philippines' oldest conservation groups, and Britain's Newcastle University. It based its findings on interviews with 2,600 fishermen across the Philippines, which has one of the... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Dozens of Philippine fish species in dangerthe 1950s, according to the study conducted by Haribon, one of the Philippines'
Dozens of Philippine fish species in danger
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 17 days ago
the 1950s, according to the study conducted by Haribon, one of the Philippines' oldest conservation groups, and Britain's Newcastle University. It based its findings on interviews with 2,600 fishermen across the Philippines, which has one of the... Read more
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Rappler
Dozens of Philippine fish species in danger – studythe 1950s, according to the study conducted by Haribon, one of the Philippines'
Dozens of Philippine fish species in danger – study
Rappler / Posted 17 days ago
the 1950s, according to the study conducted by Haribon, one of the Philippines' oldest conservation groups, and Britain's Newcastle University. It based its findings on interviews with 2,600 fishermen across the Philippines, which has one of the... Read more
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iol.co.za
'Major advance' in 3-parent baby researchin Nature journal. Study lead author Professor Mary Herbert, from the Wellcome
'Major advance' in 3-parent baby research
iol.co.za / Posted 17 days ago
in Nature journal. Study lead author Professor Mary Herbert, from the Wellcome Trust Centre for Mitochondrial Research at Newcastle University, said: “Having overcome significant technical and biological challenges, we are optimistic that the... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Dozens of Philippine fish species in danger — studythe 1950s, according to the study conducted by Haribon, one of the Philippines’
Dozens of Philippine fish species in danger — study
Manila Bulletin / Posted 17 days ago
the 1950s, according to the study conducted by Haribon, one of the Philippines’ oldest conservation groups, and Britain’s Newcastle University. It based its findings on interviews with 2,600 fishermen across the Philippines, which has one of the... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
DNA fears hit 3-parent baby studyfor further evidence on the technique's safety and efficacy before licensing th
DNA fears hit 3-parent baby study
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 17 days ago
for further evidence on the technique's safety and efficacy before licensing the treatment. Yesterday, scientists at Newcastle University said they had succeeded in carrying out the technique on fertilised human embryos, which were shown to... Read more
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chroniclelive
Brexit would cost North East universities £29m millionis £29.1m. And university research contributes to the wider economy, academic
Brexit would cost North East universities £29m million
chroniclelive / Posted 17 days ago
is £29.1m. And university research contributes to the wider economy, academic leaders said. The Armstrong Building at Newcastle University Industries in the North East that have benefited most from this knock-on impact include manufacturing,... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Finding ‘mameng’: PH losing reef fishesOceans Day on Wednesday and Coral Triangle Day on Thursday. Results of the stu
Finding ‘mameng’: PH losing reef fishes
Inquirier.net / Posted 17 days ago
Oceans Day on Wednesday and Coral Triangle Day on Thursday. Results of the study conducted by Haribon in partnership with Newcastle University UK were recently published in Plos One, a “peer-reviewed open access” scientific journal of the US-based... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New IVF-based technique can reduce risk of mothers passing on mitochondrial disease to infantsborn will have mitochondrial disease, according to researchers at the Wellcome
New IVF-based technique can reduce risk of mothers passing on mitochondrial disease to infants
News-Medical-Net / Posted 17 days ago
born will have mitochondrial disease, according to researchers at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Mitochondrial Disease at Newcastle University. Published today in the journal Nature, scientists report the first in-depth analysis of human embryos... Read more
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International Business Times
Three-parent babies: First child could be born next year after preclinical trial success more genetic anomaly or birth defects Scientists from the Wellcome Trust Centr
Three-parent babies: First child could be born next year after preclinical trial success
International Business Times / Posted 17 days ago
more genetic anomaly or birth defects Scientists from the Wellcome Trust Centre for Mitochondrial Disease at Newcastle University tested the technique, using 500 eggs from 64 donor women. They found that it led to normal pregnancies... Read more
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Business Wire
New Data Presented at the Annual European Congress of Rheumatology (EULAR 2016) Demonstrate Safety and Efficacy of Biogen’s Anti-TNF Biosimilars Portfoliothey can significantly benefit from,” said Professor John Isaacs, Director of t
New Data Presented at the Annual European Congress of Rheumatology (EULAR 2016) Demonstrate Safety and Efficacy of Biogen’s Anti-TNF Biosimilars Portfolio
Business Wire / Posted 18 days ago
they can significantly benefit from,” said Professor John Isaacs, Director of the Institute of Cellular Medicine at Newcastle University and consultant rheumatologist at the Freeman Hospital. “Patient safety is of the utmost importance, and... Read more
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chroniclelive
Nerves of steel or worried sick? A look at Mike Ashley's body languageDirect International founder Mike Ashley and his wife Linda We showed Dr Val T
Nerves of steel or worried sick? A look at Mike Ashley's body language
chroniclelive / Posted 18 days ago
Direct International founder Mike Ashley and his wife Linda We showed Dr Val Tuck, a senior lecturer in psychology at Newcastle University, footage of Ashley’s appearance before the House of Commons committee, to see what she could glean from... Read more
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The Financial Express
UK scientists find new 3-parent IVF technique safe in lab testsbabies”. Having completed pre-clinical tests involving more than 500 eggs from
UK scientists find new 3-parent IVF technique safe in lab tests
The Financial Express / Posted 18 days ago
babies”. Having completed pre-clinical tests involving more than 500 eggs from 64 donor women, researchers from Britain’s Newcastle University said the technique, called “early pronuclear transfer”, does not harm early embryonic development. The... Read more
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chroniclelive
Newcastle University lecturers call off industrial actionto work together in a “collegiate” way to come up with a new policy. UCU regio
Newcastle University lecturers call off industrial action
chroniclelive / Posted 18 days ago
to work together in a “collegiate” way to come up with a new policy. UCU regional official, Iain Owens, said: “We welcome Newcastle University’s decision to withdraw these draconian targets which our members felt would have been beyond their... Read more
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