School of Science & Engineering news
Exclusive look at new James Bond car - designed by Teesside University graduate
08 October 2015
A Teesside University graduate who is now Director of Design at Aston Martin has been giving a sneak preview of the new James Bond car to television personality Paul Hollywood.
Royal Academy of Engineering presidential visit
05 October 2015
Academics from across the School of Science and Engineering and Technology Futures Institute welcomed a Royal Academy of Engineering presidential visit.
Young scientists achieve industry accreditation at Teesside University event
22 September 2015
The achievements of a group of former TTE science students were celebrated at a special event held at Teesside University.
Civil Engineering student wins prestigious regional award
02 September 2015
Civil Engineering student Zaffar Sultan is celebrating winning a regional award.
Teesside start-up TeeGene is shortlisted for a global award
01 September 2015
A pioneering start-up, spun out of Teesside University research, has been shortlisted for a prestigious international award.
Internship proves to be a ‘game-changer’ for Durham company
24 August 2015
A North-East company is being helped to access millions of pounds of potential new business thanks to an internship programme being run by Teesside University.
Clearing helps Chloe go the distance
19 August 2015
A 600 mile round trip was enough to convince Chloe Lavelle that Teesside University was the place where she could fulfil her ambitions.
Teesside University helps engineering company make substantial savings
13 July 2015
An engineering firm is being helped to save hundreds of thousands of pounds thanks to a research project with Teesside University.
Funding boost for Teesside University spin out company
23 June 2015
An innovative project by a Teesside University start-up business to extract high value chemicals from algae, plants and microorganisms has been given financial backing.
Teesside University lecturer recreates famous John Walker match
16 June 2015
A revolutionary invention, made in Stockton in the 1800’s, has been recreated by a Teesside University lecturer nearly 200 years later.