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Latest News and Features from Northumbria University

This is the place to find all the latest news releases, feature articles, expert comment, and video and audio clips from Northumbria University. 

You’ll find news about our student and graduate successes, business and research activity, feature articles showcasing our alumni and academic staff, and general University news.

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Latest News and Features

Diana Cecil, Countess of Elgin, by Cornelius Johnson. English Heritage
Honorary Graduate Clio Barnard.
Unlocking green skills for clean growth
Howard Catton
a picture of John Herdman dressed in graduation robes and holding a football
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IVCO conference 2024
Art on display at the technical showcase
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Pictured is Northumbria University’s Ahmed Elmarakbi, a Professor of Automotive Composites
Front row, L-R: Professor Matthew Johnson from Northumbria University and Piotr Mahey from ACCESS: Policy are pictured with members of the ACCESS: Policy team (left) and Northumbria University students (right) selected to be part of the first ACCESS: Climate and Environment programme.
How music heals us, even when it’s sad – by a neuroscientist leading a new study of musical therapy
Generic phone with social media apps.
an image showing a pile of books with one open on top
A logo with navy blue writing on a pink background which reads Northern Writers' Awards 2024
Niyah Waters
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