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First graduate takes up job Sarah-Jane Hill is pictured at Springboard Business Centre in Stokesley with Dave Pallent-Home and Phil Pallent (right) of Fulcran Engineering.
02 April 2015
The first graduate has been appointed on to an exciting new scheme to encourage business growth in Hambleton.

Finance Manager at Hodgson Sayers, Mike Wade with Managing Director, John Sayers. Centre: Graduate, Kin Ma Knowledge Transfer Partnership announced with Hodgson Sayers
02 April 2015
Stanley-based building and roofing specialist, Hodgson Sayers, has warmly welcomed Teesside University graduate, Kin Ma, as part of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with the University.

Pictured: Darren Cuthbert (front left) and Bob Makin (front right) with Jacob Keane (back left) and Dave McCann (back right) Success story for DigitalCity fellows
31 March 2015
A mobile games and app development studio is going from strength to strength after celebrating its second year in business.

Dr Vince Cable MP, Gareth Godwin, Manager Ward Recycling and Ian Swales MP at Ward Recycling Secretary of State opens Middlesbrough firm's clean-up extension
27 March 2015
Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills Vince Cable MP visited the North East to officially open Ward Recycling’s state of the art facility, which includes a £450,000 glass clean-up extension.

Director of Academic Enterprise Laura Woods and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Business Engagement) Professor Cliff Hardcastle. Teesside University to forge a better future for business
26 March 2015
A dynamic new identity has been unveiled for Teesside University’s award-winning products and services for businesses.

Fusion Hive gives new enterprises a top opportunity
18 March 2015
Fusion Hive is set to accelerate the growth of Tees Valley’s digital economy when it opens this summer (2015), and construction took a big step as the building was officially topped out.

Left to right – Jordan McCord, Kate Baucherel, Adam Hilditch and James Drew. Teesside start-up reaches finals of American pitching competition
06 March 2015
A software company founded by a Teesside University graduate on his third year industry placement has reached the finals of a highly-prestigious international pitching competition.

Amjid Khazir of Media Cultured CIC Success for social enterprise which tackles all forms of extremism
26 February 2015
A professional football club and the American embassy are the latest organisations to enlist the help of a Teesside social enterprise which works to prevent racism and tackle radicalisation.

Dr Pierre Lagadec (front) using the Realm System with Tom Macpherson. Kickstarter campaign launched for unique gaming system
19 February 2015
A ground-breaking new way of using gaming to keep fit is being taken to the next level with the help of a Kickstarter campaign.

Dr Pattanathu Rahman Success for company which grows ‘soap’ from bacteria
05 February 2015
A company which has developed a ground-breaking way of growing ‘soap’ from bacteria has been shortlisted for a prestigious award.

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Research by Teesside University’s Technology Futures Institute (TFI) is having a direct impact on the local, national and international economy.

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Teesside University worked with the Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA) – now part of the Disclosure and Barring Service – which was set up in Darlington to help prevent unsuitable people from working with children and vulnerable adults.

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