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Animal abuse campaign brings MP and academics together

From left Associate Researcher Malcolm Plant, Senior Lecturer in Counselling Psychology Lesley Pilkington, Redcar MP Anna Turley, Professor of Psychology Paul van Schaik 10 February 2017
Teesside University researchers who link animal abuse and domestic violence met MP Anna Turley who is campaigning for tougher animal cruelty sentences.

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Teesside University academic on Channel 4 fitness show
08 February 2017
A Teesside University academic featured in a Channel 4 television programme about staying healthy.

One Planet Middlesbrough
08 February 2017
One Planet Middlesbrough: Creating Sustainable Communities is a community engagement programme aimed at creating a sustainable One Planet Town.

Pippa Adams. Twin’s diagnosis is inspiration for Teesside student
06 February 2017
A Teesside University student has received a prestigious grant to help fund research into a rare disorder which has affected her twin sister.

Dr Roisin Higgins. Emotional letters will reveal heartbreak of World War One widows
24 January 2017
The personal torment of women who lost loves ones during World War One will be publicly presented for the first time as part of a unique history project.

Kent Matt Adamson Research brings forensic expert from California to Teesside University
04 January 2017
An award-winning forensic scientist has traded a career in a Californian forensic lab to pursue his research at Teesside University.

Conference showcases digital developments in construction
04 January 2017
An annual conference which highlights the latest digital technology in the construction industry attracted hundreds of visitors.

Research funding for inteGRIDy team
03 January 2017
Researchers in the School of Science & Engineering have won significant research funding in a new fifteen million Euro Smart Grid project called inteGRIDy.

Calls for more research to determine best treatment for childhood obesity
20 December 2016
Researchers at Teesside University have been examining drug interventions for the treatment of childhood obesity and found that, although drugs have been found to aid weight reduction in older children, more work is needed to determine their efficiency and safety.

Professor Simon Hodgson with Dr Mike Russell and Lord Heseltine CH. Partnership to address challenges in the medical sector
15 December 2016
Teesside University has partnered with one of the world’s leading independent research and technology organisations to establish a new Healthcare Technologies Innovation Centre.

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