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Research at Teesside University is organised within five research institutes
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The research activity of each of the academic schools is co-ordinated via a school research institute attached to it:
The Digital Futures Institute is the home of the research activity of our School of Computing
Host to a range of research activities in computing and aims to achieve a balance between generic research topics and the development of new technologies.
The Health and Social Care Institute is the home of the research activity of our School of Health & Social Care
HSCI undertakes cutting-edge research relevant to today's health problems.
The Institute of Design, Culture and the Arts is the home of the research activity of our School of Arts & Media
We are dedicated to analysing both historical and contemporary practices of design, culture and the arts.
The Social Futures Institute is home of the research activity of our School of Social Sciences, Business & Law
The Institute aims to conduct internationally excellent research on contemporary social issues.
The Technology Futures Institute is the home of the research activity of our School of Science & Engineering
International leader in key areas of research and innovation related to sustainable engineering, advanced processing, and measurement and control.
It's an exciting, interesting and rewarding opportunity to explore a topic in real depth. Challenge yourself and reach the next level by thinking critically and applying yourself to solve real-world problems.
Three quarters of people in the criminal justice system in the UK have a problem with alcohol, new research at Teesside University has found.
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