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June 2015

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skignz at Fusion hive: Gary Baker (left) and Simon Brown (right).skignz set to boost Tees Valley Digital Revolution at Fusion Hive
26 June 2015
Digital technology enterprise skignz has become the latest business to join the digital revolution in the Tees Valley by joining Fusion Hive.


Katy Curran with work from her exhibition Sculptures inspired by throwaway society
25 June 2015
The culture of the throwaway society is the inspiration for artist Katy Curran’s first solo exhibition ahead of her graduation from Teesside University.


Aesthetic  Movement wallpaper which will be on sale at DresserFest.Rare items up for sale at three day festival celebrating iconic Victorian designer
25 June 2015
A rare Aesthetic Movement full roll of wallpaper, in the style of Christopher Dresser, is to feature as the centre piece of a selling exhibition as part of DresserFest in Middlesbrough next month.


Dr Pattanathu RahmanFunding boost for Teesside University spin out company
23 June 2015
An innovative project by a Teesside University start-up business to extract high value chemicals from algae, plants and microorganisms has been given financial backing.


Honorary graduate Rob Smedley.Honorary graduate raising funds for Zoe’s Place baby hospice
22 June 2015
Rare Formula One memorabilia is to be auctioned to raise funds for a baby hospice at a Sportsman’s Dinner hosted by a Teesside University honorary graduate.


Raising awareness of the plight of refugees
19 June 2015
Refugees shared their stories as part of events held at Teesside University to highlight the experiences of people seeking asylum.


Professor Matthew Feldman.New report reveals a rise in anti-Muslim hostility in Britain following acts of terrorism around the world
18 June 2015
Muslims in Britain are becoming the target of hate crimes and incidents of retribution for terrorist attacks around the world – according to a new report by Teesside University’s Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies (CFAPS), based on TELL MAMA data.


Shaima Albalooshi and Najat Bushalaibi in the University LibraryBahraini family begin their careers with help from Teesside
17 June 2015
Shaima Albalooshi followed in her parents’ footsteps by travelling from Bahrain to study at Teesside University.


Teesside University lecturer recreates famous John Walker match
16 June 2015
A revolutionary invention, made in Stockton in the 1800’s, has been recreated by a Teesside University lecturer nearly 200 years later.


New fitness centre continues campus investment
10 June 2015
Teesside University is continuing its investment in creating the best possible student experience with a brand new health and fitness centre.

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