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Ambitious projects set students on a journey to success

North East Chamber of Commerce (Web), 17/4/2019; Business Leader (Web) 17/4/2019; Tees Life (Web), 17/4/2019
Students at Teesside University could be sky high with two unique projects which are putting their design skills to the test


Could virtual reality be the key to helping people with persistent pain?

North East Chamber of Commerce (Web), 17/4/2019
Experts at Teesside University are part of a pioneering international project which is spearheading the use of virtual reality to help people living with persistent pain


AI start-up helps steel industry oral history project

Tees Business (Web), 4/4//2019
A Tees Valley start-up which uses artificial intelligence software to recognise words and objects in digital content is helping researchers document an oral history of the region’s steel industry.


AI start-up documents history of steel industry

Business Leader (Web), 2/4/2019
es Valley start-up, Vlogbase, is helping researchers to document an oral history of the North East’s steel industry.


AI start-up helps steel industry oral history project

BQ Magazine (Web), 4/4/2019
A Tees Valley start-up which uses artificial intelligence software to recognise words and objects in digital content is helping researchers document an oral history of the region’s steel industry.


Work under way on £21m student block

The Gazette, p14, 16/4/2019
Work has begun on a £21.4m student accommodation development in Middlesbrough.


Digital leaders to share insights into cutting-edge marketing

NECC, web, 15/04/2019, Tees Business, web, 15/04/2019
Representatives from leading international companies are to speak at the first ever North East conference dedicated to digital marketing.


New programme to help ambitious businesses get investor ready

North East Chamber of Commerce, online, 10/4/2019
DigitalCity is inviting ambitious, investment-curious Tees Valley business owners who are wanting to scale up their digital/tech innovations and businesses to join its latest exciting programme.


Blending theory with practice at Teesside University Business School

Study International (Web), 10/4/2019
At Teesside University Business School students gain real-world understanding and support to tackle the competitive business world.


New programme to help ambitious businesses get investor ready

Tees Business (Web) 10/4/2019
DigitalCity is inviting ambitious, investment-curious Tees Valley business owners who are wanting to scale up their digital/tech innovations and businesses to join its latest exciting programme.


Could virtual reality be the key to helping people with persistent pain?

Digital Health Age, 10/4/2019; Med-Tech Innovation, 10/4/2019,
Experts at Teesside University are part of a pioneering international project which is spearheading the use of virtual reality to help people living with persistent pain.


Teesside University professor gets recognition for research into organised crime

North East Times, online, 9/4/2019
A leading figure in the study of organised crime has received prestigious national recognition for his work.


New Investor Readiness Programme to help North East businesses scale

Business Leader, online, 9/4/2019
DigitalCity is inviting ambitious, investment-curious Tees Valley business owners who are wanting to scale up their digital/tech innovations and businesses to join its latest exciting programme.


AI start-up helps steel industry oral history project

North East Chamber of Commerce (Web), 5/4/2019
A Tees Valley start-up which uses artificial intelligence software to recognise words and objects in digital content is helping researchers document an oral history of the the region’s steel industry.
See related stories:
- Steel Stories – new exhibition forged at Kirkleatham Museum
- AI start-up helps steel industry oral history project


Working smart is new lesson at Scottish universities

The Herald, p.23, 5/4/2019; Herald Scotland (Web), 5/4/2019
Report which says universities need to use digital capabilities to stay relevant - with Teesside University's iPad scheme being cited as a good example of this.


Prestigious recognition for research into organised crime

North East Chamber of Commerce (Web), 5/4/2019; Northern Echo, p.56. 6/4/2019
Professor Georgios Antonopoulos, Teesside University's Professor of Criminology in the School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law, has earned prestigious recognition for his research work


'Working in the blast furnace was like Hell's kitchen': Memories of life in steel industry

Gazette Live (Web), 5/4/2019
Launch of the Steel Stories exhibition, which has involved a partnership with Teesside University


Cybersecurity student shares expertise at international event

North East Chamber of Commerce (Web), 4/4/2019
Cybersecurity student Tom Johnson was asked to speak at an international conference looking at digital crime.


Academics develop online tool to help patients with long-term conditions

Tees Life (web), 4/4/2019; North East Chamber of Commerce (Web), 4/4/2019
An online tool for clinicians working with patients who live with long-term conditions is being created by Teesside University academics.


All fired up about real steel stories

Evening Gazette, p 18, (8/4/2019)
Steel Stories is part funded by the National Heritage Lottery Fund and Tees Valley Combined Authority and supported by Teesside University.


Business leaders prepare to take the next leap forward

Tees Business, online, 01/04/2019; North Somerset Business Leader (web), 1/4/2019
Eleven ambitious businesses have joined the latest cohort of a Teesside University programme which helps companies in the Tees Valley reach their full potential.