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Teesside University student engineers bright future
09 April 2014
Teesside University student Martin Axon is geared up for success after securing a role with global company Rolls-Royce.

Brian Rankin, Head of Teesside University's Centre for Forensic InvestigationForensic experts to explore partnership opportunities with Teesside University
08 April 2014
Leading forensic experts and law enforcement professionals are gathering to find out how Teesside University can assist them with forensic science practice

Teesside University Crime Scene Science students.Students team up with police to investigate ‘double murder’
17 March 2014
Final year students from Teesside University put their investigation skills into practice as they worked with police officers to try and solve a mock double murder.

Chibuzo Iheyinwa Uzoigwe.Teesside scientist takes her research to Parliament
11 March 2014
A PhD student from Teesside University is set to attend Parliament to present her research to a range of politicians and expert judges.

Dr Meez Islam (left) and Professor Zulf Ali (right).Teesside University pioneering life-saving research to provide early diagnosis of a deadly disease
06 March 2014
Life-saving research to provide early detection of an illness which kills millions of people each year is being pioneered by academics at Teesside University.

David Gibney (right) with Andrew Langton (left).Graduate scheme helps local technology company save time and money
22 January 2014
A technology and licensing company is able to save time and money on piloting and testing new manufacturing processes thanks to a software application developed with the help of Teesside University.

Professor Maria Olea.Teesside experts to assist with international research project
07 January 2014
Experts at Teesside University are part of a two year international research project to help local and regional governments across Europe turn sewage sludge into re-usable charcoal and gas.

Master’s graduate looks into dangers of legal highs
02 January 2014
A forensic science graduate used her final year project to delve deeper into the dangers of legal highs.

Ronja jetted across the globe to attend graduation
13 December 2013
Ronja Bergmann travelled across the world to attend her Teesside University academic awards ceremony.

Learning curve for Lauren
28 November 2013
Helping to carve a path to a successful career in engineering is what Lauren Carr feels Teesside University has helped her to achieve.

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