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April 2014

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The 'Pain Garden'Digital ‘Pain Garden’ gives relief for sufferers
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.

Teesside set to welcome thousands at UCAS Convention
17 April 2014
Teesside University is gearing up to welcome thousands of students from across the country to its Middlesbrough Campus, when it plays host to a UCAS convention on May 1.

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.

Marking a partnership between mima and Teesside University
16 April 2014
The partnership between flagship modern art gallery mima and Teesside University will be celebrated with a special event.

Katherine with her parents Ann and Barry WalkerKatherine’s support for future graduates
15 April 2014
Successful Teesside University graduate Katherine Hierons will help to support the next generation of students by offering a prestigious prize to a high achiever.

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).

Autism campaigner Anna to give talk at Teesside
10 April 2014
Autism campaigner Anna Kennedy OBE will give a talk at Teesside University drawing from her own personal experiences of living and working with autism.

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.

Teesside University student engineers bright future
09 April 2014
Teesside University student Martin Axon is geared up for success after securing a role with global company Rolls-Royce.

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.

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