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Research highlights issue of alcohol in the criminal justice system

Professor Newbury-Birch. 29 June 2016
Three quarters of people in the criminal justice system in the UK have a problem with alcohol, new research at Teesside University has found.


Simon McKeown.Make mine a pint….. of science
10 May 2016
Academics at Teesside University are set to engage their audiences in a slightly less formal setting when they swap the lecture theatre for the surroundings of a local pub.


Dr Kevin Dixon, co-editor of 'Studying Football'.New book analyses the history of corruption in football
11 April 2016
A Teesside University academic has co-edited a new book which contains an in-depth analysis of the history of corruption in football.


From left - Professor Nash Dawood, Dave Knudsen and David Craggs.Research partnership helping business explore new technologies
08 April 2016
A firm of architects is embracing new technologies and working practices thanks to a research partnership with Teesside University.


Professor Andrew Owens (left) and Professor Zulf Ali with the prototype handle.University expertise helps young cystic fibrosis sufferers
31 March 2016
Teesside University has helped a specialist medical equipment company develop a new product which will assist children suffering from Cystic Fibrosis.


Prestigious postgraduate conference to address issues of precarity
07 March 2016
Precarity and insecurity will be debated at a special conference at Teesside University aimed at those interested in studying sociology at postgraduate level.


Dr Pattanathu Rahman.Teesside University's biotech firm TeeGene joins British delegation to New Zealand
01 February 2016
TeeGene Biotech has been selected to take part in a British research and development (R&D) delegation to New Zealand.


Major new project aims to light the fuse of economic growth
20 January 2016
Teesside University is part of a major new project to explore how the creative, digital and IT (CDIT) sector in the North East can be developed in order to play a leading role in the region’s economy.


Strengthening research opportunities
07 December 2015
Dozens of funded study opportunities are available for PhD students interested in the arts and humanities with Teesside University involved in two prestigious consortiums.


Simon with his father Robert McKeown.‘Made by Steel’ project to document industry injuries
03 December 2015
Workers who have sustained injuries over the decades working in the steel industry are being urged to come forward to help create a unique digital disability exhibition.


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