School of Science & Engineering news
Scientists down tools for the pub – and you’re all invited
24 April 2015
Academics at Teesside University are set to swap lecture halls and seminars for the comfort of local pubs in a bid to make their research more accessible.
Knowledge Transfer Partnership announced with Hodgson Sayers
02 April 2015
Stanley-based building and roofing specialist, Hodgson Sayers, has warmly welcomed Teesside University graduate, Kin Ma, as part of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with the University.
Academics take a trip down memory lane
01 April 2015
Two international professors who studied at Teesside over 15 years ago have re-visited the University and say they can’t believe how much it has changed.
Student businesses offer charitable return
24 March 2015
Enterprising students at Teesside University used their business skills to raise over £1,000 for two charities.
Engineering student Harry gears up for cycling success
24 March 2015
Professional cyclist Harry Tanfield aims to build on his recent race success as he combines his cycling career with engineering studies at Teesside University.
Engineering student takes research to Parliament
18 March 2015
A Teesside University student has presented his fracking research in Parliament to a range of politicians and policy makers.
Demonstration fires up students’ interest in CSI skills
17 March 2015
Students on crime scene and forensic science courses gained hands-on experience in a fire demonstration.
Society to build on oil and gas expertise
16 March 2015
Teesside University is part of a prestigious international society that is at the forefront of the oil and gas industry.
Orion building is next as development rolls on
03 March 2015
The next phase of Teesside University’s Campus Heart development is getting underway with a significant refurbishment of the School of Science & Engineering’s Orion building.
Success for company which grows ‘soap’ from bacteria
05 February 2015
A company which has developed a ground-breaking way of growing ‘soap’ from bacteria has been shortlisted for a prestigious award.