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March 2015

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Dr Vince Cable MP, Gareth Godwin, Manager Ward Recycling and Ian Swales MP at Ward RecyclingSecretary 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.


Sharon Gayter.Sharon sets sights on four world records in 48 hours
27 March 2015
Ultra distance runner Sharon Gayter is looking to set four world records when she steps onto the treadmill for 48 hours.


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.


Sports teams at Teesside University celebrate their success.League and cup glory for University sports teams
24 March 2015
Sporting students at Teesside University are celebrating success after clinching five league and cup titles.


Students at Teesside University's School of Science & Engineering present a cheque to Lord's Taverners.Student businesses offer charitable return
24 March 2015
Enterprising students at Teesside University used their business skills to raise over £1,000 for two charities.


Harry TanfieldEngineering student Harry gears up for cycling success
24 March 2015
Professional cyclist Harry Tanfield aims to build on his recent race success as he combines his cycling career with engineering studies at Teesside University.


Sophie Nicholls.Poetry collection gives a voice to refugees and asylum seekers
19 March 2015
A novelist and poet is hoping her latest venture will help to raise money for a charity that supports survivors of torture.


Hadi Parvizi.Engineering student takes research to Parliament
18 March 2015
A Teesside University student has presented his fracking research in Parliament to a range of politicians and policy makers.


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.


Bob Beagrie.Region’s Anglo-Saxon history put into poetry
13 March 2015
A unique collection of poems which tell the tale of a monk’s tragic journey from Hartlepool to Whitby is set to be brought to life with two prestigious readings at the British Museum.


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