Research and Enterprise magazine
Art show checks out for Simon
17 May 2013
A Teesside University lecturer and artist is taking his world renowned exhibition that featured as part of the Paralympics, on tour to the Czech Republic.
Millions risk leaving it too late to discuss dying wishes
13 May 2013
New research has revealed that although people are more confident about discussing death and planning end of life care, millions are risking leaving it too late to do anything about it.
Technology research driving economic growth
29 April 2013
A specialist institute at Teesside University is demonstrating how research can have a direct impact on the local, national and international economy.
Teesside boosts international reputation for forensic excellence
26 April 2013
A Teesside University academic is helping to put the University at the forefront of crime scene and forensic science research and discussion after having work published in a prestigious international journal.
Fuse five year funding renewal success
19 April 2013
A Teesside University joint venture is set to expand its activities after successfully securing funding for a further five years.
Research conference to examine new ways to visualise a crime scene
10 April 2013
With the rapid advancement of forensics and the popularity of shows such as CSI, it would seem there is nothing that can’t be solved with forensic science.
'Pain garden’ website aims to help chronic pain sufferers
21 February 2013
A Teesside University researcher is leading creation of a new website which will help people with chronic musculoskeletal pain understand their pain better.
Traffic light system for activity could redefine how we exercise say researchers
20 February 2013
The traffic light system used as a guide to health information in food could be used in a similar way to help people become more active, researchers have found.
Pioneering research links possible memory loss to anabolic steroid use
20 February 2013
New research into the long-term effects of anabolic-androgenic steroids is beginning to show these drugs may have hazardous effects on the heart and certain aspects of memory.
A perfect partnership
14 February 2013
A long-running partnership between Teesside University and Darlington-based engineering firm Cummins is now helping a recent graduate to make his mark - both professionally and academically.