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Breaking the cycle of heroin addiction

Evening Gazette, p.22, 26/11/2020
Drugs scheme proves big success.

'A key part of the solution'? Teesside University chief industry advisor Steve Bagshaw on how Tees Valley can be at the forefront of next generation bioscience work

North East Times, online, 24/11/2020
As the United Kingdom looks to reshape its manufacturing base in the aftermath of COVID-19, Steve Bagshaw, the former chief executive of Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies...

New COVID-19 testing site for students at Teesside University

North East Chamber of Commerce, online, 24/11/2020
The university will be working closely with NHS Test and Trace to offer students free Lateral Flow tests.

Training programme wins praise in Student Nursing Times award

Northern Echo, p.16, 24/11/2020
A partnership between Cygnet Health Care and Teesside University to create a new generation of highly skilled mental health nurses has been celebrated by the Student Nursing Times Awards 2020.

Two Covid tests for students before quick Christmas exit

BBC, online, 23/11/2020
Students in England will be urged to take two Covid tests three days apart, to cut the risk of spreading infection when they travel home for Christmas.

'My life revolved around drugs - but now I can see a future': Treating heroin addiction, one year on.

Gazette Live, online, 23/11/2020
Two participants on the scheme say they have broken the cycle of crime and addiction, and have got their lives back.

Covid test site will help students get back home

Evening Gazette, p.7 and online, 24/11/2020
A new Covid test site at Teesside University will help "anxious" students return home for Christmas.

Teesside University to be part of a new programme trialling faster tests for COVID-19

ITV, online, 23/11/2020
Teesside University will be part of a new testing programme using lateral flow tests, in the hopes it could lead to faster, more widespread testing across the country.

Former Fujifilm boss appointed to help £23m centre drive investment to the Tees region

Tees Business, online, 20/11/2020
Teesside University's National Horizons Centre is set to become a key catalyst in attracting major funding to the Tees Valley, according to one of the UK's foremost bioscience business leaders.

University Alliance queries government inaction over UK Shared Prosperity Fund

University Business, online, 18/11/2020
As the UK approaches the end of the EU exit transition period, University Alliance (UA) is urging the government to provide immediate clarity on how it intends to deliver its promised UKSPF.

Group calls for urgent clarity over UK Shared Prosperity Fund

University Alliance, online, 17/11/2020
UA, along with 70 national and local organisations from across the country, are urging the Government to provide immediate clarity on how it intends to deliver the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF).

Tees Valley to gain from STEAM development project as MIMA, Teesside University and partners secure funding

North East Chamber of Commerce, online, 17/11/2020
A diverse team of scientists and artists from the Tees Valley will come together to research and develop a public art project which aims to address climate change and social justice.

Teesside University becomes first Adobe creative campus in Europe

Glasgow Guardian, online, 12/11/2020
Teesside University has become the first university to become an Adobe Creative Campus, following its commitment to promote digital literacy across all areas in the institution.

Middlesbrough HAT pilot has 'dramatic impact'

Drink and Drugs News, online, 09/11/2020
The Middlesbrough heroin assisted treatment (HAT) pilot launched last year has had a ‘dramatic impact', according to the programme's clinical team lead Daniel Ahmed.

Specialist help for heroin addicts offers fresh start

Northern Echo, p.18 and online, 10/11/2020
A pioneering drug treatment programme is starting to deliver results.

'Adopt regional approach to recovery' of Covid urges new policy think tank

Northern Echo, p.46, 05/11/2020
Experts argue that a Whitehall-centric approach to the aftermath of coronavirus risks failing to take into account the unique needs of regions. Teesside University joins the debate.

National prize for Teesside University's nursing apprenticeship programme

Tees Business, online, 02/11/2020
Teesside University has scooped a national award in what is further recognition for its sector-leading apprenticeship provision.

Teesside University becomes Adobe campus

Northern Echo, p.33 and online, 02/11/2020
Adobe has announced that Teesside University has become the first European higher education institution to become an Adobe Creative Campus.

Pioneering project could help Government meet wind power pledge

Tees Business, online, 30/10/2020
A pioneering joint project between Teesside University and a County Durham energy software specialist could help bring to fruition an ambitious plan for offshore wind farms.

Community effort to feed hungry children at half term

Darlington and Stockton Times, p.8, 30/10/2020
A nine-year-old girl who sparked a major community effort over the weekend is among those who have been trying to make sure children do not go hungry during school holidays.