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Groovy new solar technology aims to be the future of renewable energy

Publish date: 2019/5/3 05:17 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

An innovative new solar-cell design which has the capability to drive down costs of solar cell manufacture, has been created by scientists at the University of Sheffield and energy technology company Power Roll. 

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Scientists discover how superbugs hide from their host

Publish date: 2019/5/2 11:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

New research led by the University of Sheffield has discovered how a hospital superbug evades the immune system to cause infection – paving the way for new treatments.

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Banking on additive manufacturing

Publish date: 2019/5/2 02:59 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A bank of powerful 3D printers linked to easy-to-use software has been built by engineers at the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) to show that the batch-printing of bespoke polymer components is affordable– even for smaller manufacturers who want to accelerate their design processes, shorten lead times and drive improvements in productivity and quality.

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University unveils new research flagships to tackle biggest global challenges

Publish date: 2019/4/30 02:10 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has launched four flagship research institutes which will address some of the biggest global problems through pioneering real-world solutions.

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Sheffield Students’ Union remains ‘the best’ for 11th year running

Publish date: 2019/4/29 08:15 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield Students’ Union last week accepted the Whatuni Student Choice Award for Best Students’ Union, rooting the organisation firmly in the top spot that it has held for 11 years.

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Forgotten history of tobacco, caffeines, chocolate, sugar, and opium set to be revealed by historians

Publish date: 2019/4/29 01:58 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Historians led from the University of Sheffield are set to reveal how Europe ‘took to soft drugs’ between the 16th and 19th centuries as part of a major new comparative research project funded by the Humanities European Research Area (HERA)

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Melbourne Arts Precinct to be transformed by Sheffield experts behind London Olympic Park planting

Publish date: 2019/4/29 01:35 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Landscape Architecture professors from the University of Sheffield who created the spectacular floral displays at London’s Olympic Park have been appointed planting designers for Melbourne’s new arts precinct project.

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University of Sheffield to celebrate art, science and music at Cheltenham Science Festival this summer

Publish date: 2019/4/26 03:42 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Academics from the University of Sheffield are bringing three nationally renowned sci-art installations to a prestigious festival in June.

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Heroes from ‘Forgotten World Cup’ set to deliver talk at University of Sheffield

Publish date: 2019/4/26 02:46 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Three pioneering players who were part of an inspirational team that put women’s football on the international stage for the first time are set to deliver a talk at the University of Sheffield.

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Cleaning up the global water crisis

Publish date: 2019/4/25 02:34 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A tech start-up on a mission to tackle the global clean water crisis, which is estimated to affect half the world’s population by 2030, has turned to researchers at the University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) for help in the manufacture and assembly of a technology that could transform the lives of millions by producing drinking water from salt water in a sustainable way.

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Scarborough Spa slope stability scheme put to the test by University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre

Publish date: 2019/4/25 01:36 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Crucial strength validation tests – the first of their kind in the UK – have been carried out on reinforcement piles being used in a major engineering project to stabilise cliffs behind the Scarborough Spa complex and protect the site for generations to come.

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Study reveals why unique finches keep their heads of many colours

Publish date: 2019/4/23 08:58 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists at the University of Sheffield have discovered how a highly-endangered rainbow coloured bird has maintained distinct colours for generations.

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University of Sheffield engineer awarded one of academia’s greatest honours

Publish date: 2019/4/17 03:32 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A University of Sheffield professor whose research has radically transformed the capabilities of microscopic imaging has been honoured with one of the highest accolades in science and engineering.

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Have a pint with a scientist – Pint of Science festival comes to Sheffield

Publish date: 2019/4/16 06:42 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Researchers from across the University of Sheffield are set to take their findings to the pub as part of the Pint of Science festival next month (20-22 May 2019).

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Sheffield students first in the world to study new medicines module for orthoptists

Publish date: 2019/4/16 06:08 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Students from the University of Sheffield are the first in the world to study a new module for orthoptists, which will allow them to independently supply certain medicines to patients.

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Next generation of offshore wind turbines set to be developed by University of Sheffield researchers

Publish date: 2019/4/16 00:51 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Researchers from the University of Sheffield are set to develop the next generation of offshore wind turbines, which could lead to greener, lower cost electricity generation, as part of a new research hub.

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School seeks help to install pioneering ‘green’ pollution barrier designed by University of Sheffield researchers

Publish date: 2019/4/15 08:46 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A Sheffield school is appealing for businesses to help it install a pioneering barrier of plants and shrubs, designed by researchers from the University of Sheffield, that will filter pollution from passing traffic and improve the air quality of inner-city playgrounds.

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UK state pension age reforms set to exacerbate social inequalities

Publish date: 2019/4/15 05:23 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new report from the International Longevity Centre UK (ILC) highlights international research from the EXTEND project confirming that state pension reforms have significant potential to exacerbate social inequalities.

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Ground-breaking digital monitoring project could help prevent diseases

Publish date: 2019/4/11 03:46 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Researchers at the University of Sheffield have been awarded 2.1 million euros in funding to help develop technology to monitor how well people walk – a vital sign of health and wellbeing.

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World-leading research brings genius of Leonardo da Vinci to life

Publish date: 2019/4/9 07:57 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Academics from the University of Sheffield will bring the genius of Leonardo da Vinci to life through their world-leading research during a series of free talks at Sheffield’s Millennium Gallery.

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Females live longer when they have help raising offspring

Publish date: 2019/3/21 04:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Female birds age more slowly and live longer when they have help raising their offspring, according to new research from the University of Sheffield.

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University of Sheffield ranked in top 50 most international universities in the world

Publish date: 2019/3/20 08:40 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has today (Wednesday 20 March 2019) been named one of the 'most international' universities by The Times Higher Education.

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Renowned muralist launches new exhibition with help from University of Sheffield

Publish date: 2019/3/20 04:28 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

An acclaimed Sheffield-based artist who has earned worldwide recognition for painting murals on carefully selected public and abandoned structures has launched a new exhibition with the support of the University of Sheffield, as one of the key delivery partners in Sheffield’s Cultural Consortium’s Cultural Destination programme.

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Improving access to weight loss clubs for people with learning difficulties

Publish date: 2019/3/20 03:44 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new study led by the University of Sheffield, and in partnership with weight-loss organisation Slimming World, has found there are a number of barriers preventing people with learning disabilities attending weight loss groups.

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University of Sheffield Professor announced as railway engineering 2019 Research Chair by Royal Academy of Engineering

Publish date: 2019/3/19 04:18 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The Royal Academy of Engineering has announced a new Research Chair to be led by University of Sheffield mechanical engineer Professor Roger Lewis.

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University of Sheffield President and Vice-Chancellor appointed as Chair of the Board of Trustees at UCAS

Publish date: 2019/3/18 09:08 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield’s President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Koen Lamberts has been appointed as Chair of the Board of Trustees at the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).

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New view of the world could help create unlimited sustainable resources

Publish date: 2019/3/15 05:02 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A pioneering predictor tool developed by the University of Sheffield will give scientists an alternative way to visualise the world and help to forecast the impact of climate change, population growth and energy use.

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Early-warning toolkit to help schools identify students at risk of becoming NEET

Publish date: 2019/3/14 05:16 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Researchers at the University of Sheffield have launched an early-warning toolkit to help schools and colleges identify young people who are ‘quietly disengaging’ from education and at risk of dropping out or becoming NEET (not in education, employment or training).

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Prehistoric Britons rack up food miles for feasts near Stonehenge, study shows

Publish date: 2019/3/13 09:55 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

Archaeologists have unearthed evidence of the earliest large-scale celebrations in Britain – with people and animals travelling hundreds of miles for prehistoric feasting rituals.

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University of Sheffield research aiming to solve food security issues for communities living in the world’s harshest climates

Publish date: 2019/3/13 04:56 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

World leading science research from the University of Sheffield is helping to solve the problem of limited food availability and soaring food prices which hit the Middle Eastern country of Oman every summer through the creation of innovative sustainable greenhouses.

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Spring Budget 2019: What the experts say

Publish date: 2019/3/13 02:14 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Chancellor Philip Hammond announced his budget today (Wednesday 13 March 2019). Academics and experts from across the University of Sheffield have given their views.

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Film series set to question our views on death penalty

Publish date: 2019/3/12 04:45 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

A new film series exploring how the death penalty is represented on screen is being launched as part of a project with researchers at the University of Sheffield.

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Eighty years over the rainbow: how music transformed The Wizard of Oz into a cultural icon

Publish date: 2019/3/11 03:13 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

Songs from The Wizard of Oz are so powerful they have transformed the story into a cultural icon, according to researchers from the University of Sheffield.

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Have your cake but can you eat it? Swallowing Awareness Day 2019

Publish date: 2019/3/8 08:56 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

 Dr Lucy Dyson, a Speech and Language Therapist, and students from the University of Sheffield’s Department of Human Communication Sciences and Clinical Dentistry, will be hosting a Dysphagia Awareness event on 13 March 2019 at the University’s Medical School.

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University of Sheffield strengthens international partnership with Ghana

Publish date: 2019/3/7 08:52 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has strengthened its international reseach and teaching partnership with the University of Ghana after welcoming a delegation from the institute to campus this week (5-6 March 2019).

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Sheffield expert receives highest honour bestowed by Diabetes UK

Publish date: 2019/3/7 08:06 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Professor Simon Heller from the University of Sheffield honoured by Diabetes UK for outstanding contribution to diabetes research.

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University of Sheffield celebrates 40 years of Korean Studies

Publish date: 2019/3/7 07:11 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A day of events celebrating Korean culture will be hosted by the University of Sheffield – one of Europe’s leading academic centres for research and teaching on Korea.

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1 + 1 does not equal 2 for graphene-like 2D materials

Publish date: 2019/3/7 04:06 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Physicists from the University of Sheffield have discovered that when two atomically thin graphene-like materials are placed on top of each other their properties change, and a material with novel hybrid properties emerges, paving the way for design of new materials and nano-devices.

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University of Sheffield researchers help launch Parliamentary inquiry into diversity in STEMM funding

Publish date: 2019/3/4 03:43 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new parliamentary inquiry into how funding policies affect equality and diversity in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM), is set to be launched, thanks in part to researchers at the University of Sheffield.

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University of Sheffield signs agreement with China’s leading Tsinghua University

Publish date: 2019/3/1 07:18 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has signed a collaboration agreement with China’s leading Tsinghua University to further strengthen its partnerships in research and student exchange.

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Scientists identify new disrupted pathway in MND

Publish date: 2019/2/13 00:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

 Researchers at the University of Sheffield have identified a new pathway that is disrupted in motor neurone disease (MND), a discovery which could pave the way for new treatments.

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University reaffirms its historic civic commitment to Sheffield by signing new national agreement

Publish date: 2019/2/11 09:51 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has signed up to the Civic University Agreement - further cementing its position as a leading civic university in the UK.

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The future is electric: new hub launched to increase electrification in UK manufacturing

Publish date: 2019/2/11 06:35 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new Hub, led by the University of Sheffield, is combining expertise in electrical machines and manufacturing for the first time, aiming to put the UK at the forefront of an electrification revolution. 

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Broadway’s lost chords and Hollywood’s cut tracks uncovered by University of Sheffield researchers

Publish date: 2019/2/11 03:07 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

Rarely-heard songs cut from some of the world’s most beloved musicals such as The King and I and Annie Get Your Gun are set to be performed in public for the first time thanks to researchers at the University of Sheffield.

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Smarter, greener, cleaner steel: £35 million boost for research to transform UK steel industry

Publish date: 2019/2/8 09:10 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

 A smart, green and clean steel industry will come a giant step closer thanks to a new £35 million research network, announced today, which will see steelmakers and university experts work together on a seven-year research programme to transform the UK steel sector.

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Robotics experts lead conversation about ethics of robots and AI in European Parliament

Publish date: 2019/2/6 10:06 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Rapid technological innovation is bringing human-robot interaction ever closer to our daily lives, meaning society needs a standard framework to address the ethical and safety issues that arise.

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University receives funding boost to train tomorrow’s engineers

Publish date: 2019/2/4 02:41 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield is set to receive a share of £446m to train postgraduate students and tackle research and innovation challenges across the engineering and the physical sciences landscape.  

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Liver drug trialled in Parkinson’s patients as novel treatment approach

Publish date: 2019/2/4 00:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A drug which has been used to treat liver disease for over 30 years is being trialled in patients with Parkinson’s Disease to determine its safety and tolerability in Parkinson’s, but also to assess its potential to slow down disease progression for the first time.

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Scientists identify new messenger molecules between cells which could protect neurones against degeneration

Publish date: 2019/2/1 02:27 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists from the University of Sheffield have identified new messenger molecules shuttled between cells which could help to protect the survival of neurones – potentially leading to new treatments for MND .

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Seabird appeal reaches £100,000 target to help monitor the impact of climate change

Publish date: 2019/2/1 02:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A 45-year study of the seabirds of Skomer is set to continue for another 10 years, thanks to the support of hundreds of donors.

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University of Sheffield supports only second scanner of its kind in the UK for Sheffield Children’s Hospital

Publish date: 2019/1/30 08:29 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

 The University of Sheffield has helped fund a life-changing EOS scanner to help young patients at Sheffield Children’s Hospital, only the second of its kind for children in the UK.

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Forget Spotify, CDs are still top of the pops for classical music fans

Publish date: 2019/1/30 02:45 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

Classical music fans are shunning the likes of Spotify and iTunes in favour of good old fashioned CDs when listening to their favourite songs and artists, according to a new study.

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Study of the universe could help improve global security

Publish date: 2019/1/29 08:03 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

A major research project between the UK and US to harness existing particle physics research techniques in order to remotely monitor nuclear reactors has been launched with the help of scientists at the University of Sheffield.

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Golden Globe Yacht Race supports Sheffield’s pioneering neuroscience research

Publish date: 2019/1/29 04:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

After 27,000 miles and 212 days at sea, the first sailor has crossed the finish line in the gruelling Golden Globe Yacht Race, which is supporting pioneering research conducted at the University of Sheffield’s Institute for Translational Neuroscience (SITraN).

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University of Sheffield welcomes Malaysia’s Minister of Education

Publish date: 2019/1/24 09:42 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield showcased its world-leading strengths in research, innovation and industrial collaboration during a visit by Malaysia’s Minister of Education today (24 January 2019).

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Genetic study reveals possible new routes to treating osteoarthritis

Publish date: 2019/1/21 09:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

In the largest genetic study of osteoarthritis, an international team of scientists including researchers from the University of Sheffield, have uncovered 52 new genetic changes linked to the disease, which doubles the number of genetic regions associated with the disabling condition.

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University of Sheffield recognised as top employer for workplace equality

Publish date: 2019/1/21 02:38 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has been named as a top employer for workplace equality for the sixth year in a row by the leading LGBT+ charity Stonewall, achieving its highest ever ranking.

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Study reveals three quarters of people are dissatisfied with ‘undemocratic’, ‘self-interested’ and ‘divided’ political parties

Publish date: 2019/1/21 00:26 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Research by the University of Sheffield has revealed more than three quarters of people are dissatisfied with political parties and has identified the seven main qualities people want to see in parties today.

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UK scientists and engineers working to reduce food waste in developing countries

Publish date: 2019/1/17 02:29 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists and engineers in the UK are working to use ideas from advanced space technology to improve the lives of farmers and reduce food waste in developing countries.

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Inspirational researcher awarded Chancellor’s medal

Publish date: 2019/1/14 09:39 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

An inspirational researcher has been awarded the Chancellor’s Medal from the University of Sheffield in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the University and the wider community.

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DNA tool allows you to trace your ancient ancestry

Publish date: 2019/1/14 03:06 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists at the University of Sheffield studying ancient DNA have created a tool allowing them to more accurately identify ancient Eurasian populations, which can be used to test an individual’s similarity to ancient people who once roamed the earth.

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What happens when bombs explode?

Publish date: 2019/1/14 00:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Engineers at the University of Sheffield are getting to the heart of what happens inside an explosion, in a new project aimed at improving the design of bomb protection systems.

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Universities' bid to inspire a love of languages

Publish date: 2019/1/10 02:58 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

Sheffield's two universities have joined forces to take part in a pioneering mentoring scheme to encourage school children in South Yorkshire to study modern languages.

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Novel therapy for children with chronic hormone deficiency provides lifeline for parents

Publish date: 2019/1/10 02:42 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A novel therapy, pioneered by researchers from University of Sheffield, is helping to transform the lives of children with a life-threatening hormone deficiency.

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BBC Breakfast presenter honoured by University of Sheffield

Publish date: 2019/1/7 08:03 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

Award-winning BBC presenter and University of Sheffield graduate Dan Walker will be one of six professionals receiving an Honorary Doctorate during the University of Sheffield’s Winter Graduation this week (9 January - 11 January 2019).

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University of Sheffield to lead €4 million research project exploring a more sustainable future

Publish date: 2019/1/7 05:29 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield will lead a €4 million research project and train a new cohort of thought leaders to drive the transition towards a more sustainable mode of production and consumption in Europe over the coming decades.

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New £7 million project launched to fix underground pipes with robots

Publish date: 2019/1/2 03:30 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Robots could soon be swimming in underground water pipes, finding damage and fixing leaks thanks to a major new research project led by the University of Sheffield.

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University of Sheffield alumni recognised in Queen's New Year Honours

Publish date: 2018/12/28 14:24 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

Alumni from the University of Sheffield have been recognised by Her Majesty The Queen in the New Year Honours.

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Children’s wellbeing not negatively affected by living in single parent households, study shows

Publish date: 2018/12/27 16:04 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The experience of single parenthood is more common than typically reported – and children’s wellbeing is not negatively affected by living in single parent households – according to a study led by the University of Sheffield.

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Pine needles from old Christmas trees could be turned into paint and food sweeteners in the future

Publish date: 2018/12/27 00:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Abandoned Christmas trees could be saved from landfill and turned into paint and food sweeteners according to new research by the University of Sheffield.

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Individualised pension age could improve social inequalities, research suggests

Publish date: 2018/12/21 06:35 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Individualising the pension age and targeting health interventions at low-income workers are two ways of reducing social inequalities, a new research project involving the University of Sheffield has suggested.

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Threats to journalism explored during inaugural UNESCO lecture

Publish date: 2018/12/20 10:03 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The threats that face journalism and the civil values it represents were explored by the Head of the University of Sheffield’s Department of Journalism Studies during her inaugural lecture as UNESCO Chair on Media Freedom, Journalism Safety and the Issue of Impunity.

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How to halve the environmental impact of your Christmas dinner

Publish date: 2018/12/20 08:45 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Dr Christian Reynolds gives his top tips for cutting the environmental impact of your Christmas dinner by more than 50 per cent.

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Comment: From panto to possibility: making a new year’s cultural resolution

Publish date: 2018/12/20 04:09 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

Dr Sarah Price and Professor Stephanie Pitts from the University of Sheffield's Department of Music discuss why going to the theatre and engaging with the arts could be the best new year's resolution you make for 2019.

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New Nursing Associate Apprentices will provide vital support to the health care frontline

Publish date: 2018/12/20 04:05 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

Trainee Nursing Associate Apprentices from across South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw are set to provide vital support to frontline staff at hospitals, nursing homes, GPs, hospices and in the community.

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Study shows how plants evolve for faster growth

Publish date: 2018/12/19 05:56 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists at the University of Sheffield have taken a step forward in understanding how evolution has changed the photosynthesis process in wild plants to help them grow more rapidly.

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‘We couldn’t manage without them’ - how student volunteers support Sheffield charities

Publish date: 2018/12/19 02:00 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

Sheffield charities have given their heartfelt thanks to over 2,000 student volunteers who carry out their life-changing work in the city.

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University of Sheffield researchers join forces to tackle plastic waste

Publish date: 2018/12/18 04:57 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

Researchers from across the University of Sheffield are set to combine their expertise in order to help tackle the billions of tons of plastic waste around the world as part of a pioneering new project.

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New research projects to assess long term governance implications of Brexit across the UK

Publish date: 2018/12/13 03:56 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield will lead three major research projects exploring the long term governance implications of Brexit.

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Patients in Yorkshire set to benefit from revolutionary medical imaging thanks to £2 million fundraising appeal

Publish date: 2018/12/13 00:00 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

Patients in Yorkshire are set to benefit from the region’s first MRI-PET scanner, which will accelerate pioneering research into a number of life-changing diseases, thanks to thousands of generous donations.

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Report opens up new community-led solutions to housing crisis

Publish date: 2018/12/7 10:09 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new report involving academics from the University of Sheffield has revealed how community-led housing has the potential to generate a wealth of benefits amidst the housing crisis.

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University of Sheffield partners with GKN Aerospace to boost new digital technologies in aerospace manufacturing with £32 million centre

Publish date: 2018/12/6 04:05 Posted by Engineering - University of Sheffield

 The new centre - funded by a £17m commitment from GKN Aerospace and a £15m commitment from the UK government, through the Aerospace Technology Institute - is expected to open in 2020 in Bristol.

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First use of penicillin at University of Sheffield recognised in the UK’s Best Breakthroughs List

Publish date: 2018/12/6 00:00 Posted by Medicine, dentistry and health - University of Sheffield

The first documented use of penicillin as a therapy - carried out at the University of Sheffield - has today (6 December 2018) been named as one of the UK’s 100 best breakthroughs in recognition of the impact the research has had on everyday life.

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Identity of dark matter remains a mystery

Publish date: 2018/12/5 05:33 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

 Astrophysical evidence suggests that the Universe contains a large amount of non-luminous dark matter, but no definite signal has been observed, despite concerted efforts by many experimental groups.

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Award-winning author and champion of French language, culture and women’s rights to deliver talk at University of Sheffield

Publish date: 2018/12/5 03:02 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

An award-winning writer whose work led to her being given the role of promoting French language and culture across the world is set to visit the University of Sheffield this month (12 December 2018).

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University of Sheffield scientist wins major environmental award

Publish date: 2018/12/4 10:32 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

A scientist from the University of Sheffield has received a prestigious national award for his ground-breaking work on a satellite that will monitor climate change by weighing the Earth's forests.

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University of Sheffield scientist receives 2018 Newton Prize for work on drought resistant beans

Publish date: 2018/12/4 10:25 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

A scientist from the University of Sheffield has won a national award for his project developing climate ready beans to combat drought related crop losses in Mexican and Latin American agriculture.

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Students create innovative assistive technology to help people with disabilities overcome everyday challenges

Publish date: 2018/12/4 08:04 Posted by Events - University of Sheffield

Students from the University of Sheffield have collaborated with individuals with disabilities to help them overcome everyday challenges using assistive technology.

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Nigel Dunnett wins double Landscape Institute Award for game-changing urban planting

Publish date: 2018/11/30 04:39 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

Professor Nigel Dunnett has won two awards, including the prestigious Fellows Award for Most Outstanding Project, at the Landscape Institute Awards in London.

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University celebrates graduation of International Faculty students in Greece

Publish date: 2018/11/29 08:34 Posted by International - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield celebrated the graduation of more than 260 students from its International Faculty in Thessaloniki at a special ceremony this week (24 November 2018).

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Government-commissioned research led by University of Sheffield will help law and accountancy firms adopt new technologies

Publish date: 2018/11/28 06:30 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A major new research project led by the University of Sheffield will help mid-sized law and accountancy firms adopt artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to improve productivity.

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Remains of Anglo-Saxon cemetery discovered

Publish date: 2018/11/27 02:00 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

Archaeologists from the University of Sheffield have uncovered a previously unknown Anglo-Saxon cemetery.

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Zebrafish help unlock mystery of motor neurone disease

Publish date: 2018/11/26 23:30 Posted by Medicine, dentistry and health - University of Sheffield

Scientists from the University of Sheffield have successfully created zebrafish that carry the complex genetic change known to cause the most common genetic form of motor neurone disease (MND).

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Extreme weather is turning the Arctic brown and could impact on climate change

Publish date: 2018/11/26 04:28 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

In recent years evidence has emerged that increasing numbers of extreme events are causing dieback of Arctic plants – or ‘browning’ – across Arctic regions.

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University of Sheffield celebrates 100 Years of Sport

Publish date: 2018/11/22 07:22 Posted by Events - University of Sheffield

This academic year, the University of Sheffield will be commemorating the 100th anniversary of British university sport with 100 different sporting events.

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University reaffirms commitment to greater openness about animal research

Publish date: 2018/11/20 04:18 Posted by Medicine, dentistry and health - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has reaffirmed its commitment to greater openness about animal research as one of 10 world-leading UK universities to publish their research figures today (20 November 2018).

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Aspirin and omega-3 reduce pre-cancerous bowel polyps

Publish date: 2018/11/20 02:41 Posted by Medicine, dentistry and health - University of Sheffield

Both aspirin and a purified omega-3 called EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) reduce the number of pre-cancerous polyps in patients found to be at high risk of developing bowel cancer, according to new research.

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Spectacular star system discovered which could explode to create powerful cosmic firework display

Publish date: 2018/11/19 04:02 Posted by International - University of Sheffield

A spectacular star system wrapped in an elegant spiral dust cloud has been discovered by astronomers. The system is believed to contain a star that is spinning extremely fast, which could produce one of the most powerful explosions in the Universe.

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New inhibitor which blocks inflammation could also treat sepsis

Publish date: 2018/11/17 00:00 Posted by Medicine, dentistry and health - University of Sheffield

Scientists from the University of Sheffield have discovered a new inhibitor which decreases lung inflammation and could hold the key to treating Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome – a life-threatening disease which affects thousands of people in the UK.

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Celebrating 50 years of support for international students

Publish date: 2018/11/15 09:40 Posted by International - University of Sheffield

The UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) celebrated five decades of work for international students at an event in Parliament last night (14 November 2018).

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