School of Science & Engineering news
Help to keep students healthy
13 April 2016
Students joining Teesside University this autumn will be offered a ‘health MOT’ throughout their higher education career.
Research partnership helping business explore new technologies
08 April 2016
A firm of architects is embracing new technologies and working practices thanks to a research partnership with Teesside University.
Hunt for the best young food scientist
07 April 2016
Teesside University is hosting the final of a prestigious competition to find the region’s top young food scientist.
Success for University biotech firm TeeGene’s networking trip to New Zealand
01 April 2016
A Teesside University spin-out company has developed a number of collaborative working opportunities in New Zealand after being chosen to take part in a British research and development (R&D) delegation.
Teesside University welcomes Ghanaian Chevening Scholar
30 March 2016
Teesside University’s School of Science and Engineering is delighted to welcome a Chevening Scholar into its international student community this year.
Megan helping to highlight benefits of apprenticeships
23 March 2016
Chemistry student Megan Jones who is combining part-time study with work at a leading chemical research firm has been helping to highlight the benefits of apprenticeships.
Scott’s journey to raise charity funds
23 March 2016
Chemical engineering student Scott Nielsen, who has taken a journey from Denmark to Teesside, is about to set off on a personal mission to raise charity funds.
University provides inspiration for music moguls’ new record label
16 March 2016
A group of enterprising Teesside University music enthusiasts have formed their own record label in a bid to revitalise the local music scene.
New Deans to build on University’s success
29 February 2016
Teesside University has appointed a new senior leader to drive forward one of its academic schools.
Recognition from the world’s oldest active biological society
08 February 2016
A Teesside University academic has been recognised by the world’s oldest active biological society.