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Partnership helps Landscape Architects unlock new technologies

Left to right - Stephen Blacklock – Technical Director, Colour; Peter Owens – Managing Director, Colour; Henry Fenby-Taylor – KTP Associate; Professor Nashwan Dawood, Teesside University; John Clayton,  KTP Advisor, North East England and North Yorkshire. 30 October 2014
Newcastle and London-based urban designers, landscape architects and masterplanners, Colour, are finding new ways of implementing the latest technology in its work thanks to a partnership with Teesside University.


Left to right – Jordan McCord, Kate Baucherel, Adam Hilditch and James Drew.Teesside University student launches crowd funding campaign
28 October 2014
A Teesside University student who spent his third-year industry placement working for himself in a business he set up, is embarking upon a £100,000 crowd-funding campaign.


Professor Nashwan Dawood, Director of Teesside University's Technology Futures Institute, Johnathan Munkley and Simon Crowe, Architectural Director at Niven Architects.Teesside University collaboration helps business to grow
21 October 2014
A leading firm of architects has launched a new business to bring cutting edge technology to the construction industry, thanks to collaboration with Teesside University.


Satwinder Badesha.Inspiration for social enterprise was a piece of cake
15 October 2014
A frustrating search to find a gluten-free cake for his mother’s birthday has led a Teesside University student to set up an innovative social enterprise.


Laura Woods, Director of Academic Enterprise.Popular graduate scheme comes to Yorkshire
08 October 2014
A popular European funded internship scheme which has seen scores of North East companies receive a £4,000 subsidy to take on a talented graduate is being extended into Yorkshire.


Some of the new DigitalCity Fellows.DigitalCity welcomes new entrepreneurs onto Fellowship scheme
07 October 2014
A mobile web platform for bands, an interactive arts company and an audio production company are some of the latest digital businesses to be accepted onto a successful fellowship scheme.


Professor Etienne Wenger and Dr Sue Smith.International academic addresses North East business community
06 October 2014
A world-leading academic has visited the Tees Valley from America to speak to North-East small business owners about how to harness knowledge within a workforce.


Dr Mohamad Kassem presenting his findings in Brazil.Teesside academic brings his expertise to South America
01 October 2014
A Teesside University academic is working with the Brazilian government to help implement cutting-edge technology in the South American country’s construction industry.


Caption: Front: Mike Matthews (right) and Dr David Hughes (left) with some from of the Nifco employees who completed the course. Left to right – Steve Morgan, Gavin Wilkinson, Alex Park, Anna Donaldson, Johnny White, Stephen Driffield and Michelle Blackett.New course helps company to grow
26 September 2014
Staff at one of the region’s leading manufacturers are getting a better understanding of their industry thanks to a new partnership with Teesside University.


Left to right - James Leftley, Joao Ferreira and Peter DaykinInternship allows business to explore touchscreen technology
18 September 2014
A unique internship scheme has helped a marketing agency position itself at the forefront of cutting-edge touchscreen technology.


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