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Enforcing Traffic Regulations: Sunderland's Bus Gate Surveillance Results
Over 450 cautionary notices have been dispatched to vehicle proprietors subsequent to the initiation of CCTV surveillance on two bus gates in Sunderland. The cameras are at the bus-only sections of Dene Street, Silksworth, and Brancepeth Road, Washington. They went 'live' at 0001hrs on Monday 24 July. Footage from the cameras...
Aldrin Family Foundation Chief Innovation Officer Jim Christensen with Academy 360 Year 5 pupils
Sunderland University is working with the Aldrin Family Foundation to introduce primary school children to space science and STEM subjects. The Giant Mars and Moon Maps programme uses giant interactive floor maps to help students learn about space exploration and the challenges and opportunities it presents. The programme has...
Bins are some of the latest innovations being successfully piloted with Sunderland's digital expertise and growing smart city infrastructure developed in partnership with BAI Communications The trial period, during which a number of smart bins were installed across the city, has been in place across the summer and continues throughout...
The blood's power over the human personality is being explored by a Sunderland academic. Martin Maley, Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Science - previously head of the NHS Blood & Transplant Red Cell Immunohaematology Laboratory in Newcastle - plans a survey to compare students’ blood groups to their personality traits. In the...
Sunderland Graduate is Using Video Technology to Help His Club
While England may have failed to deliver the results at the Ashes this year - one Sunderland graduate is using video technology to help improve his club’s success on the cricket field. The role of a performance analyst in county cricket has grown rapidly over the last several years thanks...
UK’s First Zero Emission Automated Logistics Testbed Onboards Terberg
The onboarding of Terberg as a partner and the receipt of a retrofitted electric tractor unit is a huge success for 5G CAL and its mission to be the first project of its kind in the UK to deliver Zero Emission Automated Logistics. The next step in the ambitious 5G...
A Sunderland gamer, who launched an innovative new gaming network after being inspired by digital play’s power to educate, is about to hold her very first conference, connecting researchers from across the globe. Steph Farnsworth is the brains behind Multiplay, a platform for education researchers, sociologists and media and gaming...
How Can We Change Our Shopping Behaviours for the Sake of Our Planet?
As we stock up on festive fayre, our cupboards bulging at the seams, indulging on treats to celebrate the season, our excesses undoubtedly peak at this time of year, but how much are we eating and how much actually ends up in the bin? More importantly, what is the...
The New Digital Sunderland Gift Card
SUNDERLAND’s smart city journey has received an extra boost, with an innovative digital scheme which will support the local economy. Sunderland BID launched its gift card a year ago, with more than 150 retailers signed up. The scheme was part of the city-wide Reopening the High Streets Safely project, part funded...
Callom Awarded Annual Prize For Outstanding Dedication To Improve Patient Treatment
Callom Short’s dedication to improving life for others as a care worker while throwing himself into his pharmacy degree has led to an annual prize for outstanding performance. Callom, who recently graduated with First Class Honours from his MPharm degree at the University of Sunderland, is also celebrating being named...

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