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From left - Steve Parker, Director of Engineering at Meggitt; Bill Shepherd, Managing Director of Photon Fire; Professor Simon Hodgson, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research & Innovation) and Paul Talbot, NATEP Technology Manager.University research partnership is helping an SME take off
16 September 2016
A research partnership with Teesside University has helped a North-East SME develop technology for aerospace.

Teesside University has launched a new course to develop the next generation of food engineers.A new degree to meet the needs of the food and drink industry
09 September 2016
A new degree designed to develop the next generation of food engineers has been launched at Teesside University.

BBC producer Darryl Grimason, left, filming Alex Ellin at Teesside UniversityTeesside academic’s expertise gives flying start to BBC show
02 September 2016
Teesside University expertise is set to feature in a BBC series about an ambitious project to create and fly a replica of an historic aircraft.

Working towards a career in chemistry
24 August 2016
A chance to experience work in the chemistry research laboratories at Teesside University was offered to potential future students.

Chloe Lavelle, right, with Teesside University School of Science & Engineering lecturer Melanie Brown.Clearing provides pathway to student success
22 August 2016
A forensic science student is thriving at Teesside University after going through Clearing to study the course she had always dreamed of.

From left - Nuria Manuel, Lewis Bowron, Ian Binks, Tony Andrews and Professor Farhad Nabhani.University partnership with local engineering company is driving success
17 August 2016
Students and graduates of Teesside University are reaping the rewards of a partnership with a major engineering firm.

Students on the Engineering Summer School.Engineering students get a glimpse into the future
21 July 2016
Engineering undergraduates from Teesside University were given a glimpse into their potential future with one of the world’s leading petrochemical businesses during a three-day workshop at SABIC.

Jess McDermott Biological sciences degree leads to industry job for Jess
15 July 2016
Jess McDermott secured a job in the biotechnologies industry before graduating from Teesside University.

Emma Peacock Emma’s return to education leads to new career path
15 July 2016
A career break led Emma Peacock on a new career path into forensic research.

Lexy SarginsonStudy leads Lexy on to research path
15 July 2016
Lexy Sarginson plans to follow a career path into reproductive sciences after studying at Teesside University.

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