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School of Science, Engineering & Design research

The School of Science Engineering & Design research and innovation platform covers both fundamental, applied and industry facing research. We have a particular focus on the bio-economy, Smart Energy Systems & Informatics, Digital Construction, Building Information Modelling, Decarbonisation of Engineering Processes and Creative Design. Our research is underpinned by industry standard facilities including the new National Horizons Centre, a new £22.3 million research, teaching and training facility set to drive growth in the bioscience industries.

We have secured funding from various sources including multi-million EU H2020 projects funding which support internationally leading research in the field of Smart Energy Systems, Digital Construction and Decarbonisation of hydrogen production. The School also has an international reputation for its work in Building Information Modelling development and application to Build Environment.

We work in partnership with institutions and industry across Europe and the world including IBM, Siemans, Network Rail and Balfour Beatty.


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BioSciences
Design & Creative Innovation
Engineering Processes
Smart Systems and Energy Informatics

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News and Events

Rhys Williams at Vindolanda. Link to Rhys Williams at Vindolanda.

University research bringing history to life

Visitors to a major North-East archaeological site are being given the opportunity to see how researchers at Teesside University are using state-of-the-art technology to better understand historic artefacts.

22 Aug 2019 Research

From left, Dr Amber Collings, forensic science lecturer; Rebecca Strong, research student; Professor Tim Thompson; Sarah Gouldsbrough, Head of Steam Darlington Railway Museum . Link to From left, Dr Amber Collings, forensic science lecturer; Rebecca Strong, research student; Professor Tim Thompson; Sarah Gouldsbrough, Head of Steam Darlington Railway Museum .

Researchers on track to help to make history more accessible

Researchers at Teesside University are helping to make an important piece of Darlington’s railway history accessible to everyone.

21 Aug 2019 Research