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University collaboration with South Africa to support hydrogen research

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A delegation of senior South African government officials has visited Teesside University to learn about how it is helping the Tees Valley transform into a global hub for Net Zero technologies.

25 Nov 2022 Business


(left to right) Callum Bradford, Professor Samantha Harrison and Dr Kirsti Loughran. Link to (left to right) Callum Bradford, Professor Samantha Harrison and Dr Kirsti Loughran.

Exploring the benefits of walking football for people with chronic breathlessness

Teesside University researchers are inviting local people with chronic breathlessness to take up walking football as a means of keeping active, improving health and having fun.

24 Nov 2022 Research

 
Pictured from left, Giles Hudson, Joanne Cole, Stephanie Kilinç, Jenny Joyce, Diane Williams, Ruth Chalkley, Matthew Dobson. Link to Pictured from left, Giles Hudson, Joanne Cole, Stephanie Kilinç, Jenny Joyce, Diane Williams, Ruth Chalkley, Matthew Dobson.

Self-help tool users could impact future care for others

People living with long-term health conditions could help to shape future support for others through their use of a self-management tool which was created with input from a Teesside University research team.

10 Nov 2022 Research