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Teesside animation graduates receive top regional Royal Television Society Award

Short film – Dream. Link to Short film – Dream.

Three talented Teesside University graduates have won a prestigious regional animation award.

11 Apr 2024


Professor Craig Gaskell (second-left), Pro Vice-Chancellor (Enterprise and Knowledge Exchange) with members of the National Horizon's Centre RESILIENCE project team: (From left) Professor Vikki Rand (Director of the National Horizons Centre), Professor Safwan Akram (Professor of Innovation in Healthcare) and Connor Foster (Senior Bioprocessing Trainer and Training Coordinator). Link to Professor Craig Gaskell (second-left), Pro Vice-Chancellor (Enterprise and Knowledge Exchange) with members of the National Horizon's Centre RESILIENCE project team: (From left) Professor Vikki Rand (Director of the National Horizons Centre), Professor Safwan Akram (Professor of Innovation in Healthcare) and Connor Foster (Senior Bioprocessing Trainer and Training Coordinator).

Future medicine and vaccine makers to get VR-assisted training centre of excellence

Future medicine and vaccine makers will be able to develop their skills using virtual reality thanks to a new national Centre of Excellence being supported by Teesside University.

18 Mar 2024

 
The Project PATCH team. From left - James Taylor (Consultant, Frazer-Nash), Thomas Ellwood (engineer, Frazer-Nash), Dr Faizan Ahmed (Associate Professor, Teesside University), Dr Danial Qadir (Research Associate, Teesside University), Alexis Birchall (Hydrogen Blending Manager, Northern Gas Networks).. Link to The Project PATCH team. From left - James Taylor (Consultant, Frazer-Nash), Thomas Ellwood (engineer, Frazer-Nash), Dr Faizan Ahmed (Associate Professor, Teesside University), Dr Danial Qadir (Research Associate, Teesside University), Alexis Birchall (Hydrogen Blending Manager, Northern Gas Networks)..

Teesside University collaborates with industry partners to advance net zero goals

A groundbreaking project being carried out by academics at Teesside University, in collaboration with partners in industry, is investigating the pivotal role of futuristic chemicals in achieving net zero emissions in the UK.

15 Mar 2024

 
 
 
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