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£3m funding to change our health for the better

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A company that span out from Newcastle University has secured £3 million funding. Changing Health is a digital platform designed to help people live healthier lives. Professor...

It Happens Here presents discussion on toxic masculinity

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Are you gonna do anything about it? Come on,” asks Dr Clifton Evers, talking about people who write about “toxic masculinity”, meaning the harmful aspects of being a man,...

Conference asks, “Who is Europe?”

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Europe is a diverse place, comprised of a multitude of cultures, each one of them making their own small contribution to a single European identity, be it French wine, German...

Report shows Brexit could leave a bitter aftertaste on the North

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Rural areas in the North need to band together to protect themselves from the potential fallout of Brexit and to try and use it as a force for good, a report has found. The...

NU to lead climate science collaboration

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Global warming is affecting Siberia. Truckers who rely on ‘ice roads’– frozen rivers and lakes that provide access to otherwise remote oil and mining towns in the Russian...

Public lecture explores why “where you live can kill you”

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“Health divides: where you live can kill you”: it’s an arresting title, which was fitting for a lecture delivered with the exact same sense of urgency and passion. Part of...

University invests £6 Million in Fossil Fuels despite pledge

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Newcastle University has continued to invest in oil and gas companies, despite committing to change its investment policy in May 2016, although they have aimed to make the change...

Sexism and the City: University Insights lecture explores gender mainstreaming in architecture

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On Thursday 11th October, a feminist spoke at a university; it is hardly surprising, but the topic of her lecture certainly proved out of the ordinary. Marion Roberts –...

Body found in river confirmed as Worcester missing fresher

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A search for Worcester student Tom Jones ended in tragedy on Tuesday 2nd October when West Mercia police confirmed that the body recovered from the River Severn the Friday before...