School of Science & Engineering news
Combining work with study was key to Jasmin’s success
24 November 2014
Jasmin Gibson is forging a career in engineering after graduating from Teesside University.
Engineering graduate wins Transporter Bridge award
24 November 2014
Teesside University graduate Jay Dunnett is this year's winner of the Tees Transporter Bridge Anniversary Award.
Internship helps to improve company’s efficiency
19 November 2014
A unique internship scheme offered by Teesside University is helping to make an engineering firm more efficient.
Partnership helps Landscape Architects unlock new technologies
30 October 2014
Newcastle and London-based urban designers, landscape architects and masterplanners, Colour, are finding new ways of implementing the latest technology in its work thanks to a partnership with Teesside University.
Teesside University collaboration helps business to grow
21 October 2014
A leading firm of architects has launched a new business to bring cutting edge technology to the construction industry, thanks to collaboration with Teesside University.
Teesside academic brings his expertise to South America
01 October 2014
A Teesside University academic is working with the Brazilian government to help implement cutting-edge technology in the South American country’s construction industry.
New course helps company to grow
26 September 2014
Staff at one of the region’s leading manufacturers are getting a better understanding of their industry thanks to a new partnership with Teesside University.
Teesside University research praised in Parliament
23 September 2014
Ground-breaking research at Teesside University which has been described as the “holy grail” of crime detection has been praised in Parliament.
Prestigious conference to be hosted by Teesside University
12 September 2014
A conference of internationally renowned metallurgists is being held at Teesside University for the first time in nearly eight decades.
New app aims to tackle bone shortage
09 September 2014
The lack of access to bones and skeletons for scientists and teachers could be solved by a forensic anthropologist who has used digital technology to revolutionise the way bone identification is taught.