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#12daysofthinking - Day 6: Cultural Life

Publish date: 2016/12/16 17:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

#12daysofthinking continues and our experts today will be sharing their thoughts on cultural life in 2016 and predictions for 2017.

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12 Days of Thinking - Day 5: Health

Publish date: 2016/12/16 08:30 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Today is Day 5 of #12daysofthinking and our experts will be sharing their thoughts on the world of medicine and health

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Sheffield academic receives funding to create first zero energy cooled school in the Middle East

Publish date: 2016/12/15 05:11 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

 An academic from the University of Sheffield has been awarded £400k from Innovate UK and the Zayed Energy Prize to expand his research into naturally cooling buildings, which could substantially save the cost and energy used in air conditioning.

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#12daysofthinking - Day 4: Moving People

Publish date: 2016/12/15 04:15 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

#12daysofthinking is on day four and today our academics will be sharing their thoughts on the movement of people.

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£1 million grant to shed light on how we learn languages

Publish date: 2016/12/15 01:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

 A £1 million grant to help researchers understand what speakers know about languages, in order to help make learning foreign languages easier, has been awarded to the University of Sheffield.

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Additional brain scan could provide more certainty in diagnosing foetal brain abnormalities

Publish date: 2016/12/15 00:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

An additional MRI scan during pregnancy could help to more accurately detect foetal abnormalities and give more certainty for parents whose 20-week ultrasound scan showed a potential problem, according to new research by scientists at the University of Sheffield.

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#12daysofthinking - Day 3: World of Work

Publish date: 2016/12/13 10:23 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

#12daysofthinking is on day three and today our academics look at the world of work.

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#12daysofthinking - Day 2: Our Planet

Publish date: 2016/12/13 02:57 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

#12daysofthinking continues and our experts today will be sharing their thoughts on our planet in 2016 and predictions for 2017

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University of Sheffield partners with the first ‘on campus’ venture capital project

Publish date: 2016/12/12 09:36 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new venture capital firm has partnered with the University of Sheffield to build ‘on campus’ investments funds and develop student entrepreneurial skills.

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#12daysofthinking - Day 1: Global Capitalism and Leadership

Publish date: 2016/12/12 06:11 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Over the next 12 days, we’ve asked academics from the university for their thoughts on the issues that have dominated 2016 and what we can expect for 2017.

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Transforming lives with technology

Publish date: 2016/12/9 05:46 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Pioneering technologies of the future, designed to transform the lives of older people and those living with a disability, were showcased in Sheffield last week at the UK’s leading assistive technology research conference.

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Chinese honour for University of Sheffield Vice-Chancellor

Publish date: 2016/12/9 04:36 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

University of Sheffield Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Keith Burnett was today awarded an Individual Performance Excellence award by the People’s Republic of China.

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National teaching fellowship for inspirational dentistry academic

Publish date: 2016/12/8 05:58 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

An inspirational teacher from the University of Sheffield has been honoured with a prestigious national award in recognition of his dedication to dentistry. 

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Government funding to boost number of underprivileged students in higher education

Publish date: 2016/12/8 05:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A partnership project to help increase the number of young people from a wider range of backgrounds across South Yorkshire going to university has been allocated almost £13 million in government funding. 

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University of Sheffield takes central role in UK’s new Future Manufacturing Hubs

Publish date: 2016/12/5 05:38 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield is to play a key role in the UK’s new Future Manufacturing Hubs, announced today (Monday 5 December 2016) by the Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation, Jo Johnson.

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University brings the secrets of the ocean to life for school pupils

Publish date: 2016/12/2 05:03 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

More than 1,000 South Yorkshire schoolchildren were given a unique opportunity to experience life under the sea as part of an annual Christmas time lecture hosted by the University of Sheffield.

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Homelessness leading to severe mental and physical problems, study shows

Publish date: 2016/12/2 05:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The extent of the mental and physical health problems caused by homelessness among some of society’s most vulnerable people has been laid bare in a new report involving research from the University of Sheffield.

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Minister praises University’s successful voter registration scheme

Publish date: 2016/12/1 07:20 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A pioneering voter registration scheme at the University of Sheffield, which has ensured three quarters of its students are on the electoral roll, has been praised by the Minister for the Constitution.

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Younger smokers eight times more likely to have a major heart attack

Publish date: 2016/12/1 04:42 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Smokers under the age of 50 are eight times more likely to suffer a major heart attack than non-smokers at the same age, new research has revealed.

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Data from 130 million commuters reveals US ‘megaregions’

Publish date: 2016/12/1 02:23 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The daily commutes of more than 130 million Americans have been used to identify commuter-based megaregions in the United States for the first time.

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Comment: Academics worry the establishment, and it doesn't make us unpatriotic

Publish date: 2016/11/30 06:07 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Professor Sir Keith Burnett, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield, asks if criticising your country means academics are unpatriotic.

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Black Death 'Plague Pit' discovered at 14th-century monastery hospital

Publish date: 2016/11/30 00:00 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

A mass burial of bodies, known to be victims of the Black Death, has been discovered at the site of a 14th-century monastery hospital at Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire.

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Comment: Building a new industrial revolution

Publish date: 2016/11/28 08:35 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Professor Sir Keith Burnett, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield, writes about why the country needs a new Industrial Revolution after the Prime Minister announced an extra £2bn by 2020 to strengthen the research base of the UK.

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Businesses say #WeAreInternational and highlight the economic benefits of international students

Publish date: 2016/11/28 05:37 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

Businesses in Sheffield have united to send a strong message to Home Secretary Amber Rudd that international students are invaluable to the UK’s culture and economy.

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University solar research wins industry award

Publish date: 2016/11/25 09:04 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

 Pioneering work in understanding and improving the efficiency of the UK’s solar industry has led to a University of Sheffield research group scooping a top industry award.

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Sheffield researchers awarded £3.1 million funding to pioneer new drugs and treatments

Publish date: 2016/11/24 08:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Leading researchers at the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals have been awarded £3.1 million to continue to pioneer new drugs and treatments that may one day transform patient care.

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Simon Wren-Lewis wins the New Statesman/SPERI Prize for Political Economy

Publish date: 2016/11/24 07:30 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

The winner of the 2016 New Statesman/SPERI Prize for Political Economy has been announced as Professor Simon Wren-Lewis.

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Comment: Testing life-hacks with ‘citizen science’: how to get rid of garlic smells

Publish date: 2016/11/24 06:28 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Dr Joanna Buckley, from the University of Sheffield's Department of Chemistry and Royal Society of Chemistry Regional Coordinator, discusses putting some 'life-hacks' to the test.

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Comment: Three steps to make Britain's industrial strategy work

Publish date: 2016/11/23 08:52 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Professor Sir Keith Burnett, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield and President of the Science Council, discusses how getting industry up and running takes more than just money.

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Autumn Statement 2016: What the experts say

Publish date: 2016/11/23 06:45 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Experts at the University of Sheffield have given their academic views on Philip Hammond's Autumn Statement, announced today (Wednesday 23 November 2016).

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AMRC to play major role in bid to create a double economic boost for North Wales

Publish date: 2016/11/22 04:38 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Welsh Government plans to invest £20 million in a new Advanced Manufacturing & Research Institute have been welcomed by Colin Sirett, chief executive officer of the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC).

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Comment: 10 ways to keep your house warm (and save money) this winter

Publish date: 2016/11/22 02:48 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

 Energy 2050’s Robert Marchand, Founder of the Fuel Poverty Network and Lecturer at Sheffield University Management School, gives his top tips to stay warm this winter. This piece was originally published for The Conversation.

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University welcomes government’s £2bn commitment to industrial research and development

Publish date: 2016/11/21 10:06 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield’s Vice-Chancellor has welcomed a pledge by Prime Minister Theresa May to commit the UK to a £2bn annual fund for industrial research and development.

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Sheffield delegation return from important UN Climate Change conference in Marrakech

Publish date: 2016/11/18 06:44 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists and engineers from the University of Sheffield have helped world leaders shape a more sustainable future at the successful United Nations conference on Climate Change in Marrakech.

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135,000 alcohol related cancer deaths predicted by 2035

Publish date: 2016/11/18 04:34 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Alcohol will cause around 135,000 cancer deaths over the next 20 years and will cost the NHS an estimated £2 billion in treatments, according to estimates from a new report

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Graduates help arthritis sufferers with magnetic fastenings innovation

Publish date: 2016/11/17 06:28 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

Three graduates are helping people with limited dexterity who find fastening buttons a challenge. 

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Comment: How biblical double standards killed Hillary’s presidential run

Publish date: 2016/11/11 04:04 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

Jo Henderson-Merrygold, PhD Candidate in Biblical Studies and Queer Theory at the University of Sheffield, comments on how women are portrayed in the Bible and why this may be the reason why US voters chose to elect Donald Trump as President.

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Sheffield universities team up to launch new degree-level apprenticeships to plug engineering skills

Publish date: 2016/11/10 05:22 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University have announced a pioneering new degree-level apprenticeship programme to help plug a vital engineering skills gap in industry and provide an alternative route into higher education for young people.

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Comment: Victory for Dangerous Donald Trump threatens to trigger Brexit-like racial violence in US

Publish date: 2016/11/7 08:48 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

Dr Joshua Forstenzer, Vice-Chancellor's Research Fellow for the Public Benefit of Higher Education at the University of Sheffield, argues that victory for Donald Trump in the US election could trigger racial violence.

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New campaign launched in parliament to tackle shortage of UK engineers

Publish date: 2016/11/2 05:10 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

A campaign aimed at children and written by student engineers will be launched in the Houses of Parliament aimed at encouraging more young people to study engineering.

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University’s diverse international community celebrates World Week

Publish date: 2016/10/21 06:47 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

Students at the University of Sheffield will celebrate their international diversity in a series of multicultural events for World Week (23 October to 29 October 2016).

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Major film featuring Tom Cruise for University of Sheffield graduate

Publish date: 2016/10/21 06:25 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

 The international best-selling author Lee Child who graduated from the University of Sheffield has seen his work adapted for the big screen for the second time in a film starring Tom Cruise.

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Chinese and UK culture celebrated in art exhibition

Publish date: 2016/10/19 03:27 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

Traditional Chinese brush painting, intricate calligraphy and stunning photography will go on display during a showcase of Chinese and UK culture at the University of Sheffield this week (Wednesday 19 October to Friday 21 October 2016).

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University of Sheffield’s Festival of the Mind inspires the city

Publish date: 2016/10/18 06:04 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield showcased its world-leading research at the third Festival of the Mind, held last month(15 September to 25 September 2016).

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Comment: Why Britain's universities must be international for the country to thrive

Publish date: 2016/10/14 08:29 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Professor Sir Keith Burnett, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield, discusses the importance of international students for the future of the country.

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Bladder cancer clinical trial opens to patients

Publish date: 2016/10/13 03:39 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A bladder cancer clinical trial led by scientists at the University of Sheffield and funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research is now recruiting patients.

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University of Sheffield research improves the life of mental health service users

Publish date: 2016/10/12 06:49 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield is making a difference to the lives of mental health service users with an innovative new self-assessment measure which will help them in their recovery.

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Pioneering new ways to give cancer patients hope for a brighter future

Publish date: 2016/10/12 05:44 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

More than 1,500 cancer patients across South Yorkshire every year are helping researchers from the University of Sheffield move a step closer to tackling cancer and its devastating effects by taking part in clinical trials.

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UK’s first liquid gallium SAXS instrument opens in Sheffield

Publish date: 2016/10/7 02:31 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new £2 million laboratory opens at the University of Sheffield today (7 October 2016) providing Northern Powerhouse scientists with the ability to analyse the structure of nanomaterials in unprecedented detail.

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Sheffield leads £16.8m investment in world-class postgraduate research training

Publish date: 2016/10/6 08:15 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield, along with six other northern universities, will provide future social science postgraduate students with the highest quality doctoral research training thanks to a £16.8 million investment from Research Councils UK.

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Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to former Sheffield scientist

Publish date: 2016/10/5 06:39 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry has today (5 October 2016) been awarded to a former University of Sheffield lecturer.

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Historians launch partnership to contribute to policy-making

Publish date: 2016/10/4 04:01 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield is joining a new partnership to help its historians be at the heart of policy-making in the UK.

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Ricardo and AMRC sign MoU as work starts on powertrain electrification projects

Publish date: 2016/9/30 04:05 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

 The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with global engineering company Ricardo.

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Good cells turn bad: supportive brain cells which 'go-rogue' could hold key to MND

Publish date: 2016/9/29 23:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A pioneering study has revealed a cell which usually supports motor neuron function becomes destructive and actually causes cell death in patients with motor neurone disease (MND). 

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UK universities launch #WeAreInternational campaign drive to support international scholarship

Publish date: 2016/9/29 03:18 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

Over 100 universities and organisations across the UK have joined forces to advocate for international students, staff, research and collaborations in higher education.

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University of Sheffield agrees engineering exchange with China and the US

Publish date: 2016/9/28 02:15 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield has today (28 September 2016) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Nanjing University to contribute to an innovative tripartite exchange programme that also involves Ohio State University in the US.

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Climate change jigsaw puzzle: Antarctic pieces missing

Publish date: 2016/9/28 01:55 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A shortage of data on the weather in Antarctica is hampering efforts to understand climate change in the region, according to new research.

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Ancient eggshell protein breaks through the DNA time barrier

Publish date: 2016/9/27 02:25 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

 Scientists from the Universities of Sheffield, York and Copenhagen have identified fossil proteins in a 3.8 million year-old ostrich eggshell, suggesting that proteins could provide valuable new insights into the evolutionary tree, much further back in time than was previously thought.

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University of Sheffield makes advanced manufacturing links to China's space programme

Publish date: 2016/9/26 01:41 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre and the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology have today (26 September 2016) signed an agreement to launch a new joint research institute.

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Vice-Chancellor brings message of UK science and innovation to China

Publish date: 2016/9/23 22:07 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

 The University of Sheffield's Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Keith Burnett this morning (24 September 2016) spoke of the importance of China-UK collaboration in science and technology in a keynote address at the Pujiang Innovation Forum in China.

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Global review of research confirms thyroid cancer overdiagnosis

Publish date: 2016/9/23 07:17 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A widescale review of research into thyroid cancer has confirmed that the increased incidence of the disease globally is most likely due to overdiagnosis.

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Transforming Park Square roundabout

Publish date: 2016/9/22 03:52 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

A roundabout at the gateway to the city of Sheffield has been transformed into a profusion of perennial meadow flowers by landscape designers from the University of Sheffield.

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University of Sheffield to be UK partner in Joint Institute in China

Publish date: 2016/9/22 01:29 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The Ministry of Education in China has given approval for the University of Sheffield and Nanjing Tech University in China to open a Joint Institute.

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Vice-Chancellor highlights how science and technology can drive innovation during China visit

Publish date: 2016/9/21 08:43 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield will this week join a ministerial delegation at China’s biggest innovation event, highlighting how science and technology can drive growth and opportunities as well as the importance of collaboration between China and the UK.

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New resource to help teachers and their pupils access leading universities

Publish date: 2016/9/16 03:22 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

A new website to support teachers who are helping their students go on to study at the UK’s leading universities has been officially launched today (16 September 2016).

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University Vice-Chancellor announced as President of the UK's Science Council

Publish date: 2016/9/14 08:47 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

Eminent physicist and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield, Professor Sir Keith Burnett FRS, has been named as the new President of the Science Council, taking the helm at a time of significant expansion for the fast-growing organisation.

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USP research on planning obligations wins Excellence in Planning Research award

Publish date: 2016/9/14 02:31 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

Two renowned urban planners at the University have been recognised for their high quality, policy relevant planning research.

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Two Engineering Professors awarded Fellowships by the Royal Academy

Publish date: 2016/9/13 02:14 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

 Two Professors from the Faculty of Engineering have been recognised for their contribution to engineering after being awarded Fellowships by the Royal Academy of Engineering – the highest accolade in the sector.

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Pac-Man like protein which eats dead cells could help in the fight against cancer

Publish date: 2016/9/12 09:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists at the University of Sheffield have identified a protein which causes cells to eat their dying neighbours, helping to prevent inflammation – something which is vital in the fight to stop cancer spreading.

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Comment: It is the economy, not schools, we need to fix

Publish date: 2016/9/12 03:07 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Professor Sir Keith Burnett, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield, argues that bringing back grammar schools won't lead to the decent job opportunities there once were.

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University of Sheffield teams up with city partners for literary festival’s 25th anniversary

Publish date: 2016/9/8 01:13 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield will play host to one of the founding members of The Cure as he discusses the band’s journey to worldwide acclaim, as part of Off the Shelf Festival of Words 2016.

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Simple ‘scratching’ technique tested in first-time IVF patients

Publish date: 2016/9/7 04:40 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new simple procedure which involves gently scratching the lining of the womb in the month before IVF treatment, potentially improving treatment success, is being tested on first-time IVF attempters in a ground-breaking study.

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University of Sheffield research brings important changes to national dentistry guidelines

Publish date: 2016/9/7 01:36 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Pressure from the academics at the University of Sheffield and national charity Heart Research UK has helped bring about a change in advice to dentists about giving antibiotics to heart patients undergoing dental treatment.

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Hurricanes, storm surges and icebergs – how warmer seas are changing our planet

Publish date: 2016/9/5 11:30 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Severe hurricanes, storm surges and an increase in the number of icebergs are just some of the changes planet Earth has experienced due to warming oceans over the last 20 years, according to a new report.

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Comment: Taking the university out to the people of Sheffield

Publish date: 2016/9/1 07:23 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Festival Director Professor Vanessa Toulmin, Director of City and Cultural Engagement at the University of Sheffield, discusses the return of Festival Mind and the importance of showcasing the University's world-leading research.

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Alan Kurdi a year on: How an image transformed the debate on immigration

Publish date: 2016/9/1 06:48 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Since photographs of drowned refugee Alan Kurdi became headline news last year, discussion about refugees and migrants has increased on Twitter by almost 400 per cent.

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Unique festival brings revolutionary research to life

Publish date: 2016/9/1 04:07 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

Revolutionary science and innovative art which is set to shape our future will be brought to life at the world’s only festival of academic-city collaboration, taking place in Sheffield next month.

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Comment: Why the University and city must work together to create a vibrant Sheffield

Publish date: 2016/9/1 03:37 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Professor Shearer West, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield, discusses why it is vital that the University works collaboratively with partners across the city to bring cultural vibrancy, improved skills and a prosperous economy to the Sheffield City Region.

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Researchers discover machines can learn by simply observing, without being told what to look for

Publish date: 2016/8/29 23:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

It is now possible for machines to learn how natural or artificial systems work by simply observing them, without being told what to look for 

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Scientists begin to unravel summer jet stream mystery

Publish date: 2016/8/23 22:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists have discovered the cause of the recent run of miserable wet summers as they begin to unravel the mysteries of the Atlantic jet stream.

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Study reveals meteorological impact of 2015 solar eclipse

Publish date: 2016/8/22 09:23 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A pioneering study by the University of Sheffield has revealed the meteorological impact of the 2015 UK solar eclipse across three countries.

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Olympic medal-winning alumni

Publish date: 2016/8/19 12:01 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

Sheffield graduates Hollie Webb, Bryony Page and Jess Ennis-Hill have won gold and silver medals in the Rio 2016 Olympics.

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Comment: Why pulses are the eco-friendly option for feeding – and saving – the world

Publish date: 2016/8/17 04:35 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Caroline Wood, PhD researcher in Plant Biology and Food Security at the University of Sheffield, and Wayne Martindale, Senior Research Fellow in Corporate Social Responsibility at Sheffield Hallam University, discuss why a more plant-based diet is a winning strategy for our wallets, health and the environment.

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Blocking a human branched DNA enzyme offers new ways of targeting a crucial enzyme family for cancer

Publish date: 2016/8/16 04:02 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

An international team of scientists have discovered how compounds block flap endonuclease 1 (FEN1) - a crucial enzyme class in the DNA damage response and potential target for cancer treatment.

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Comment: What ever happened to the Northern Powerhouse?

Publish date: 2016/8/16 01:35 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

University of Sheffield Vice-Chancellor Sir Keith Burnett says the northern powerhouse is more than a slogan; it has the potential to transform higher vocational education in Britain and boost UK productivity.

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Comment: Theresa May has a golden opportunity to make devolution work – but it must be progressive

Publish date: 2016/8/15 01:59 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Dr Craig Berry, Deputy Director of the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute, discusses whether Prime Minister Theresa May will make devolution work by pioneering progressive city deals that will revive struggling regional economies.

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Green light for Royce Translational Centre to support growth and jobs for the North

Publish date: 2016/8/13 07:16 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has received confirmation of funding for the development of a new Royce Translational Centre to be built next to the University's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre's (AMRC) Factory 2050.

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Pioneering anti-clotting drug helps reduce long-term risk for heart attack victims

Publish date: 2016/8/12 03:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A pioneering anti-clotting drug will soon be used to further reduce the long-term risks for heart attack patients after being given the thumbs-up from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).

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Sheffield Students’ Union voted number one in the UK

Publish date: 2016/8/10 02:46 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield’s Students’ Union has been voted the best in the UK for the fifth year running in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2016.

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University-led apprenticeships: a new model for apprentice-education

Publish date: 2016/8/10 00:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A report published by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) today (10 August 2016) suggests that the current system will not deliver the quality apprenticeships necessary and that the system needs radical reform in order to succeed.

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UK researchers excluded from European research network due to Brexit

Publish date: 2016/8/8 02:59 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Stepping up to become the head of a physics department is a major challenge at any time, but the current external situation is a world away from the landscape on day one, only nine weeks ago.

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Bird scientist flies into shortlist for ‘Booker Prize of science writing’

Publish date: 2016/8/5 08:05 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

One of the UK’s most renowned zoologists has been shortlisted for a prestigious literary award described as “the Booker Prize of science writing”.

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Over 750 biomarkers identified as potentials for early cancer screening test

Publish date: 2016/8/1 04:24 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Researchers have identified 788 biomarkers in blood that could be used to develop an early stage cancer screening test for the general population.

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