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Live from the Museum of Irish Country Life

RTÉ Radio One, 28/4/18
Roisín Higgins and other members of the National Treasures team join Damien O’Reilly in Castlebar.


National Treasures

RTÉ One Television, 8/4/18, 15/4/18, 22/4/18, 29/4/18
Roisín Higgins contributes to the programme, Roadshows, where the public brought objects representing Ireland in the last 100 years which resulted in an exhibition in the National Museum of Ireland


Tech Nation report puts town's digital hub in spotlight

North East Connected, online, 22/05/2018
An influential national report has put Middlesbrough's thriving digital sector firmly in the spotlight.


Depriving children of screen time is tantamount to 'child abuse'

BBC Radio Tees, Mike Parr, 22/05/2018
Research by Teesside University, Aston University and the University of South Australia claims that depriving children as young as 4 of the internet is tantamount to child abuse.


Donors thanked for contribution to student success

North East Connected, online, 21/05/2018
Philanthropists who have supported Teesside University students through prize donations and scholarships have been thanked for their positive contribution to the student experience.


Screenage clicks

Irish News (Belfast), p23, 22/05/2018, The Irish News, online, 22/05/2018
Screen Society tells us that banning kids from using the internet at home is 'tantamount to child abuse.' Leona O'neill discusses.


Universities' AI tech will help spot breast cancer

Medical Health News, online, 22/05/2018, Business Cloud, online, 22/05/2018
Two UK universities have announced they are developing intelligent systems to diagnose breast cancer after Theresa May's calls to make artificial intelligence the new weapon against cancer.


The heart and soul of a club

The Non-League Paper, p12, 20/05/2018
Teesside University student James Gregory shows why football needs volunteers.


Depriving children of screen time is tantamount to 'child abuse'

BBC Radio London, Paul Coia, 18/05/2018
Research by Teesside University, Aston University and the University of South Australia claims that depriving children as young as 4 of the internet is tantamount to child abuse.


Materials Processing Institute's collaboration with industry to support Tees Valley SMEs

North East Connected, online, 18/05/2018
The Materials Processing Institute has partnered with leading steel manufacturers, Teesside University and Tees Valley Combined Authority to promote and support SMEs operating across the region.


Summer fun is definitely our Fling!

Evening Gazette, p7, 19/05/218, Gazette, online, 19/05/2018
The legendary Final Fling at Teesside University has seen hundreds of students let their hair down for the 2018 instalment.


The student nurse who battled through family tragedy is 'Nightingale' star of our NHS

Gazette, online, 18/05/2018, Evening Gazette, p35, 22/05/2018
A student nurse who was her late mum's "little Florence Nightingale" has won a highly appropriate award.


Teesside tech sector is worth almost £200m and growing faster than the rest of the economy

Gazette, online, 17/08/2018
Tech Nation has also praised initiatives on Teesside, such as Teesside University's specialist animation degrees, the Animex festival and the Studio 109 co-working space.


Animex Festival at Teesside University

BBC Tees, Gary Philipson, 16/05/2018
Satish Shewhorak talks to Ana Snowdon about Animex at Teesside University.


Businesses urged to `take full advantage' of innovation support scheme

North East Chamber of Commerce, online, 16/05/2018
Businesses in County Durham have been urged to take advantage of a Teesside University-led project which helps them to innovate and grow.


Stopping children using the internet is tantamount to child abuse, says academic

iNews, online, 16/05/2018
Preventing children from using internet-connected devices is the equivalent of child abuse and could have long-term implications on a child's development, an academic has suggested.


Innovate Tees Valley gives assistance to budding entrepreneurs

B Daily, online, 17/05/2018
Smartsociates has created a network of freelance professionals, contractors and small businesses. It is being helped to develop new products for its online platform with Innovate Tees Valley.


Students demonstrate business expertise

North East Chamber of Commerce, online, 16/05/2018
Intrepid business management students have been praised for the bespoke work they have carried out for a range of regional companies.


Materials Processing Institute collaborates with industry to support SMEs

BQ Magazine, online, 17/05/2018
The Materials Processing Institute has partnered with steel manufacturers, Teesside University and Tees Valley Combined Authority to promote SMEs.


Student wins accolade for outstanding nursing staff in trust first

Nursing Times, online, 17/05/2018
Faye Crawford has become the first student nurse to be crowned as the overall winner of South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s Nightingale Awards.


Banning the internet is child abuse, parents told

The Times Ireland, p20, 18/05/2018, The Times Scotland, p12, 18/05/2018, The Times, online, 2018
One of the largest studies into people’s screen habits has debunked a number of myths about the so-called dangers associated with society’s persistent reliance on devices.


Faye's award is a first

Evening Gazette, p6, 18/05/2018
A Teesside University student has become the first student nurse to be crowned as the overall winner of South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s Nightingale Awards.


Teesside University recognised as an investor in people

Tees Business, online, 18/05/2018, North East Connected, online, 18/05/2018, North East Chamber of Commerce, online, 22/05/2018
Teesside University has been awarded Gold accreditation against the Investors in People (IiP) Standard.


Banning children from the internet is like 'child abuse' claims sociologist

The Independent, online, 18/05/2018, Yahoo! Style UK, online, 18/05/2018, i, p11, 17/05/2018, Mail UK, online, 18/05/2018
Forthcoming book Screen Society challenges the consensus that screen exposure is damaging for children.


North East startup competition returns for the tenth year running

North East Connected, online, 16/05/2018, BQ Magazine, online, 18/05/2018, B Daily, online, 18/05/2018
Teesside University students who took part in Launchpad's STARTUP Spring programme shared their business ideas at IWCYC launch.


Middlesbrough commuters take the first step to healthier travel

Tees Business, online, 16/05/2018
Staff from four major Middlesbrough employers have taken the first step to a healthier, happier lifestyle by signing up to the Let's Go Tees Valley commuter challenge.


Students demonstrate business expertise

North East Times, online, 16/05/2018, Tees Business, online, 16/05/2018
Intrepid business management students have been praised for the bespoke work they have carried out for a range of regional companies.


New centre will support the bioscience sector

Evening Gazette, p9, 15/05/2018
The minister for the Northern Powerhouse and local growth has said Teesside University's new £22.3m National Horizons Centre will be a "nationally significant asset."


Project to boost bio-economy

Evening Gazette, p9, 15/05/2018
Teesside University is one of three university partners in a £5m project to develop the bioeconomy across the Tees Valley, Yorkshire and Humber region.


Businesses embrace a new independence

Evening Gazette, p2, 15/05/2018
Laura Woods, Director of The Forge, comments on Tees Valley devolution and its impact on businesses.