School of Science & Engineering news
Learning curve for Lauren
28 November 2013
Helping to carve a path to a successful career in engineering is what Lauren Carr feels Teesside University has helped her to achieve.
Engineering a first class degree of success
25 November 2013
Ross Harper says studying at Teesside University helped him to engineer a path to his chosen career.
Multiple awards for Teesside as bestselling author helps celebrate 21 years of forensics
21 November 2013
Multiple awards for Teesside as bestselling author helps celebrate 21 years of forensics.
Students given a taste for food technology
20 November 2013
College students from across the region have taken part in a special event at Teesside University looking at the impact of the horsemeat scandal.
Thousands set to celebrate Teesside University’s graduations
20 November 2013
Around 4,000 graduates will gather at Middlesbrough Town Hall with family and friends to celebrate Teesside University’s annual academic awards ceremonies, this year running over seven days.
Annette helps the force to focus on technology
13 November 2013
Teesside University student Annette Bostock has been helping to ensure police officers keep their finger on the pulse of new technology.
Progress to postgraduate study at Teesside University
06 November 2013
Progressing to postgraduate study was for Yvonne Cherrington vital in helping her to develop professionally and see her own businesses flourish.
Forensic breakthrough cements Teesside University’s place as a founding father of forensic science
29 October 2013
Researchers reach “holy grail” of blood stain examination as Teesside celebrates 21 years as a founding father of forensic science and crime scene degrees.
New faces on Teesside University’s senior team
16 October 2013
A number of new faces are joining Teesside University’s executive team led by Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive Professor Graham Henderson CBE DL.
Teesside University and Sainsbury’s join forces on £1million research project
11 October 2013
Researchers at Teesside University are joining forces with a leading supermarket chain on a £1 million project to find ways to cut the amount of fat used in fried food.