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Teegene Biotech project gains national recognition

Dr Pattanathu Rahman 05 December 2016
The success of a research and development project by Teesside University spin-out company TeeGene Biotech has been given national recognition by a prestigious funding body.

Councillor Carl Quartermain, Cabinet Member for Jobs, Skills and Leisure; Amanda Skelton, Chair of the SSI Task Force and Chief Executive of Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council; Dr Joan Heggie, Research Fellow in the School of Social Sciences, Business & Law; Professor Natasha Vall, Associate Dean (Research and Innovation), School of Design Culture & the Arts; and Malcolm Armstrong, Cultural Services Manager at Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council. Heritage partnership to document Tees Valley’s industrial history
18 November 2016
The changing nature of the Tees Valley’s industrial heritage is to be documented and promoted thanks to a new partnership between Teesside University and a local museum.

Professor Paul van Schaik Animal abuse research cited in MP’s campaign for tougher sentences
07 November 2016
Researchers at Teesside University have uncovered a link between animal abuse and domestic violence in a study which is the first of its kind in Europe.

From left - Steve Parker, Director of Engineering at Meggitt; Bill Shepherd, Managing Director of Photon Fire; Professor Simon Hodgson, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research & Innovation) and Paul Talbot, NATEP Technology Manager. University research partnership is helping an SME take off
16 September 2016
A research partnership with Teesside University has helped a North-East SME develop technology for aerospace.

Simon McKeown. Latest disability car may have been used by former Prime Minister
06 September 2016
A renowned artist whose latest project involves the collection of historic disability cars has added a new vehicle to his fleet – and it may have previously been driven by Sir Winston Churchill.

Dr Helen Davies (left) and Dr Sarah Ilott, organisers of the Mock the Weak comedy conference. Conference will tackle the taboo in comedy
31 August 2016
From Charlie Hebdo to Ricky Gervais, the nature of taboo comedy is to be discussed at an international conference hosted by Teesside University.

Dr Jessica McCarrick, Senior Lecturer in Counselling Psychology Domestic violence and the barriers men face
27 July 2016
A Teesside University academic is using her research to shine the spotlight on the sensitive subject of male victims of domestic violence.

Professor Newbury-Birch. Research highlights issue of alcohol in the criminal justice system
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.

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