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Professor strengthens links with Irish university

Professor Steve Hall (right) meets Irish President Michael D Higgins. 17 November 2015
A Teesside University Professor was invited to the Royal Irish Academy in Dublin to help launch a new Research and Teaching Centre.

Unearthed letters reveal heartbreaking challenges faced by women during World War One
03 November 2015
A historian at Teesside University is leading a project to digitise recently discovered letters that were sent from women whose loved ones died in World War One.

Preserved Memories.Preserving a digital family for the future
26 October 2015
A forward thinking artist is looking to the future and creating opportunities to bring deceased family members back to ‘virtual’ life through digital technology and social media activity.

Professor Simon Hodgson.University announces new executive lead for Research and Innovation
21 October 2015
Teesside University has appointed Professor Simon Hodgson as Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Innovation to lead its research agenda.

Professors Steve Hall and Simon Winlow.We were right to say that crime is not declining in Britain - claim researchers
16 October 2015
Criminologists at Teesside University say the inclusion of cyber-offences in official crime statistics provided by the Crime Survey of England and Wales proves that repeated claims of a fall in crime have long been misleading.

Dr Jessica McCarrick.False accusations preventing men from reporting domestic abuse – study finds
28 September 2015
Male victims of domestic violence are reluctant to report the abuse they suffer for fear of being accused of violence themselves, according to new research by a Teesside University academic.

Teesside's role in training future researchers
25 September 2015
Teesside University is involved in a major initiative to launch a new kind of doctoral programme which will help to shape future research into health.

Cork Ignite.Presenting disability in the digital age
07 September 2015
International artist Simon McKeown has taken on his most ambitious project to date as he puts disability in the spotlight with a stunning mix of digital technology and animation.

Dr Emma Giles (front), with Professor Newbury-Birch.Early intervention to change teenagers’ risky drinking behaviour
01 September 2015
Researchers are spearheading a unique project to change the behaviour of teenagers and prevent them getting into dangerous situations as a result of alcohol.

Dr Pattanathu Rahman.Teesside start-up TeeGene is shortlisted for a global award
01 September 2015
A pioneering start-up, spun out of Teesside University research, has been shortlisted for a prestigious international award.

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