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BBC World Service (Radio), 22/05/2013,
Simon McKeown of Teesside University comments.
BBC Radio Tees, Neil Green, 10/04/2013, 16:52:03
Tim Thompson comments.
North East Chamber of Commerce (Web), 20/05/2013
A digital start-up business is using complex data analysis to help in the fight against disease and to keep homes more energy efficient. Thoughtful Technology was set up with the help of a fellowship from DigitalCity Innovation (DCI) at Teesside University and has gone from strength to strength, tackling statistical problems in a range of industries from pharmaceuticals to construction. As a DigitalCity fellow, he was able to draw upon the expertise at Teesside University and was given £4,000 to cover his living costs while he developed his business idea in 2010.
Business Quarter Magazine (Web), 20/05/2013
A new company which creates interactive 3D visualisations has reached the final of the Thinking Digital Start Up Competition. If successful in the competition, held in Newcastle and Gateshead this week, Spearhead Interactive will win membership of the ‘Rackspace Startup programme’, which includes more than £15,000 of cloud hosting. The company, which was founded with the help of a DigitalCity Fellowship at Teesside University consists of DigitalCity Fellows, Dan Riley and Paul Li, both graduates of the university.
Evening Gazette, 20/05/2013, p.8
About 800 mental health workers who help older people have completed accreditation schemes at Teesside University. The workers - all members of locality teams who look after MHSOP (Mental Health Services for Older People) for Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust - work across the Easington, Hartlepool, Stockton, Middlesbrough and Redcar and Cleveland areas.
Insoles may help people with MS
Northern Echo (North Edition), 17/05/2013, p.16
Dr John Dixon, from Teesside University, will lead the three-year project investigating whether wearing insoles can improve the balance and walking ability of people with multiple sclerosis.
Can clinical governance act as a cultural barometer?
Nursing Times, 15/05/2013, p.14
Robert McSherry, professor of nursing and practice development at Teesside University, looks at clinical governance.
Love Middlesbrough (Web), 19/05/2013
Kinga Kaminska, who graduates this year from Teesside University, was among students whose work was on display during the week-long Creative Teesside showcase.
Darlington & Stockton Times (Web), 19/05/2013; Northern Echo (Web), 19/05/2013
Simon McKeown, who is also a Teesside University lecturer and has broken his own bones more than 100 times as part of his own disability, had his exhibition featured as part of last year’s London Paralympics.
Aimee Willmott in the swim
FansOnline.net (Web), 19/05/2013
International swimmer Aimee Willmott is training on Teesside to reach for the world. The London Olympic swimmer utilises the specialist expertise and equipment at Teesside University as she continues her regime to qualify for the World Championships in July.