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Digital ‘Pain Garden’ gives relief for sufferers

The 'Pain Garden' 17 April 2014
People who endure regular pain are finding some relief after using an innovative map that helps them to create a ‘garden’ of their suffering.

Staff at the working with business conference.Expert praises Teesside University’s business engagement work
17 April 2014
A leading expert on university- business collaboration has praised Teesside University for its role in revitalising the Tees Valley economy.

From left - Mangesh Gharfalkar, Dr Graham Hillier, Dr Richard Court and Callum Campbell.New research centre will help manufacturers improve efficiency
14 April 2014
A specialist research centre dedicated to finding ways to help businesses improve manufacturing has been set up as a collaborative partnership between Teesside University, the Institute for Manufacturing at Cambridge University and the Centre for Process Innovation (CPI).

DigitalCity driver behind £174m tech economy
10 April 2014
As it celebrates its 10th Anniversary DigitalCity can reveal the digital economy is now worth £174m annually to the Tees Valley - and £62m to Middlesbrough alone.

Magali Pettier of Provenance Films.Filming completed for unique farming documentary
09 April 2014
A French film-maker, based in North East England, has completed filming a portrait of the remote, challenging work of sheep-farming in the high Pennines.

Brian Rankin, Head of Teesside University's Centre for Forensic InvestigationForensic experts to explore partnership opportunities with Teesside University
08 April 2014
Leading forensic experts and law enforcement professionals are gathering to find out how Teesside University can assist them with forensic science practice

DigitalCity fellow Tobias Wilkins'Fellowship scheme has helped me to progress'
03 April 2014
A digital graduate responsible for designing Foundation for Jobs' new website has praised a scheme designed to keep industry talent in the North-East.

From left: Mike Gilkes, Project Manager, Teesside University with James Brooks, Solo TI Product Director and Victoria McLaren, Solo TI Managing Director.Enterprise Europe Network helps North East firm into Swedish marketplace
02 April 2014
Life-saving thermal imaging equipment produced by a North-East firm is being marketed in Scandinavia, thanks to a European networking organisation that helps regional businesses to build international trade, technology and research links.

Graham Wood of Protein First.Chef’s twin loves produce ‘Performance with Flavour’ sports supplements
26 March 2014
A chef who also worked as a highly-trained bodyguard has combined his twin loves of fitness and food to produce a range of high protein ice creams.

Ulrika Funered speaking at the NEIGE 2014 conference.Doing business in Europe ‘has never been easier’
17 March 2014
It has ever been easier for North-East businesses to access markets overseas was the key message to come out of a conference to help companies develop their international opportunities.

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