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June 29th, 2005
University Bows to the Laws of Physics
Newcastle University was widely criticised last year when it cut its pure physics course because of reduced funding and a lack of interest from students.
But now it says that it will introduce a degree in natural sciences that will allow students to study courses including physics along with modules that are more relevant to a scientific career in industry or research.
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