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Dr Laura Brown, Senior Lecturer in Nutrition, Food and Health Sciences, pictured centre, with BSc (Hons) Food and Nutrition students Rebecca Bligh and Zoe Johnston 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.

From left - Professor Nash Dawood, Dave Knudsen and David Craggs.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.

Nigel Atkinson (far right) with representatives from the Institute of Food Science and Technology.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.

Professor Paul Croney (left) presenting Dr Pattanathu Rahman with the Enterprise Project of the Year award.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.

Chevening Scholar Joseph DzakaTeesside 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.

Coastline Records.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.

Professor Steve Cummings.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.

Professor Janey HendersonRecognition 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.

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