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University of Sheffield switches to renewable electricity

Publish date: 2020/5/21 04:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has signed new electricity contracts, making its purchased supply 100 percent renewable for the first time.

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Sheffield’s COVID-19 experts to host online Q&A event

Publish date: 2020/5/21 03:15 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals to host a live online event on COVID-19 research as part of International Clinical Trials Day.

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Instagram pseudonyms help people open up about mental health, research shows

Publish date: 2020/5/21 02:50 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Instagram should avoid enforcing a real-name policy in order to support openness about mental health, experts have recommended as the UK marks Mental Health Awareness Week.

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Sheffield’s marvellous world of medical research goes digital with online festival

Publish date: 2020/5/20 05:33 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

How can we all live healthier, longer lives? That is something on many people's minds at the moment and medical researchers at the University of Sheffield want to help you find out how.

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Sheffield scientists sequence over 1,000 Covid-19 genomes to aid pandemic response

Publish date: 2020/5/15 04:18 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Over 1,000 sequences of the coronavirus genome have now been produced as part of work done by scientists and clinicians from the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

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New Sheffield materials science lab to drive forward innovation post-Covid-19

Publish date: 2020/5/15 01:55 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new research facility which could provide a major boost to innovation in materials science research across the UK is being launched by scientists at the University of Sheffield.

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Scientists discover why some birds live fast and die young

Publish date: 2020/5/14 09:17 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Size, safety and parenting all have an impact on how quickly a species of bird matures, according to new research from the University of Sheffield that could help scientists to understand and predict how animals will respond to climate breakdown and the destruction of habitats.

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New research into stem cell mutations could improve regenerative medicine

Publish date: 2020/5/14 07:33 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Research from the University of Sheffield has given new insight into the cause of mutations in pluripotent stem cells and potential ways of stopping these mutations from occurring.

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New web platform keeps Sheffield's arts and culture sector open during coronavirus lockdown

Publish date: 2020/5/13 06:19 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has partnered with Sheffield City Council to launch a new online platform to keep the city’s vibrant arts and cultural sector open during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Wastewater could be key to tracking a second wave of COVID-19

Publish date: 2020/5/13 01:40 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

As the UK starts to ease its lockdown restrictions, researchers are developing new techniques that could enable wastewater to be used to locate new infection hotspots or to help track a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Young men most likely to break lockdown rules, mental health study shows

Publish date: 2020/5/7 08:45 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

More than half of young men aged 19-24 have breached the UK’s lockdown rules by meeting with a group of friends, according to a study showing they are far less compliant than other young people.

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From game changer to life saver: University of Sheffield AMRC Cymru helps manufacture medical ventilators

Publish date: 2020/5/6 06:43 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Six months after being hailed a ‘game changer’ for the North Wales economy, the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) Cymru is playing an essential role in an unfamiliar game, helping save lives as a production facility for thousands of vital medical ventilators.

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Engineers make virtual science experiment website free for schools to use during the pandemic

Publish date: 2020/5/6 03:38 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A website created by engineers at the University of Sheffield has been made available to schools as a free resource for GCSE and A-Level physics students, allowing them to do virtual experiments and continue their learning during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Hastily introduced fake news laws could damage efforts to counter disinformation, UNESCO reports warn

Publish date: 2020/5/5 06:41 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Measures designed to curb the spread of disinformation related to the coronavirus could criminalise legitimate journalism, reports published by UNESCO have warned.

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Intensive farming increases risk of epidemics, warn scientists

Publish date: 2020/5/5 05:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Overuse of antibiotics, high animal numbers and low genetic diversity caused by intensive farming techniques increase the likelihood of pathogens becoming a major public health risk, according to scientists at the University of Sheffield.

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Folk star launches online singing group that is top of the pops with older people during lockdown

Publish date: 2020/5/4 02:46 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A virtual singing group, which is providing thousands of older people from across the UK with a vital sense of community and friendship during the coronavirus lockdown, has been launched by a folk star from the University of Sheffield.

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Half of UK rice breaches limits on arsenic for children, warn scientists

Publish date: 2020/5/1 02:56 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists at the Institute for Sustainable Food have called for labelling to warn the public about levels of arsenic in rice, after their research found half of rice varieties studied exceeded maximum limits on the deadly toxin.

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New insight into bacterial surface architecture revealed

Publish date: 2020/4/29 08:03 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists from the University of Sheffield have produced the first high-resolution images of the structure of the cell wall of bacteria, in a study that could further understanding of antimicrobial resistance.

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University of Sheffield part of new £3.4 million health data initiative to address major health challenges

Publish date: 2020/4/29 05:17 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Academics from the University of Sheffield will help lead a new innovative health data analytics initiative in the North of England that will benefit patients across the UK and address some of the most challenging health issues facing patients and the NHS.

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Sheffield joins national PRINCIPLE trial to prevent older coronavirus patients becoming seriously ill

Publish date: 2020/4/28 05:38 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Sheffield has enrolled its first participant in a new national trial to assess whether clinically available drugs identified as potential treatments for coronavirus can help in reducing the risks of older people becoming seriously unwell and prevent the need for hospitalisation.

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Tackling climate crisis can boost Doncaster’s productivity, say experts

Publish date: 2020/1/16 09:10 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Businesses across Doncaster could help boost the borough’s productivity while tackling the climate crisis, academics told a symposium of politicians and business leaders today.

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New Sheffield study of newborn babies seeks to prevent eczema

Publish date: 2020/1/16 06:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new study to understand how our skin develops from birth aims to identify the early risk factors for the development of eczema.

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University of Sheffield recruits Race Equality Champions to help students challenge microaggressions

Publish date: 2020/1/13 10:14 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has launched an initiative to recruit Race Equality Champions to change the way students think about racism.

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Former refugee who has supported interfaith dialogue in Sheffield for over 30 years honoured by University

Publish date: 2020/1/10 04:34 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

City of Sanctuary founder and Methodist minister The Rev Inderjit Bhogal OBE will be one of four people receiving an Honorary Doctorate during the University of Sheffield’s graduation next week (14-17 january 2020).

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University of Sheffield announces new Executive Director of its Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC)

Publish date: 2020/1/10 03:05 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A former managing director with global engineering giant Siemens has been appointed as the new Executive Director of the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC).

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Less flamboyant flowers are more resilient to climate chaos, research shows

Publish date: 2020/1/8 07:54 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Plants with smaller, simpler flowers are more resilient to the impacts of climate breakdown than those with more flamboyant, showy flowers, according to a new study.

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Mozart the touring pop icon: how the great composer’s manuscripts reveal his life as a musical celebrity

Publish date: 2020/1/6 03:43 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Mozart’s autograph manuscripts reveal the secret stories behind his busy life as a touring musical celebrity, according to a musicologist from the University of Sheffield.

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Cancer drugs could potentially treat COPD, Sheffield research finds

Publish date: 2020/1/5 17:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

New research has shown the potential for clinically available cancer treatments to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

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Giving social housing tenants a voice is 'crucial'

Publish date: 2019/12/23 06:04 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The Grenfell Tower fire has led to 'tenant participation' – the involvement and influence of social housing tenants in the activities of their landlords – emerging as an important issue that needs to be prioritised more consistently in some parts of the UK, according to new research.

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Minimum wage increase caused half of retail and hospitality businesses to increase prices

Publish date: 2019/12/20 06:51 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Half of retail and hospitality businesses have increased prices as a direct result of the introduction of the National Living Wage in April 2016 and subsequent increases in the legal minimum pay rate, according to a government-commissioned report by the University of Sheffield.

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Comment: Driving home for Christmas (with a tonne less CO2)

Publish date: 2019/12/20 06:19 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Dr Stuart Walker and Dr Rachael Rothman, from the University of Sheffield's Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering discuss the CO2 emissions of Chris Rea's drive home for Christmas.

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University of Sheffield awarded government funding to help microbusinesses use tech to grow

Publish date: 2019/12/20 06:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has been awarded government funding to support microbusinesses to engage with technology to boost their productivity.

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Sheffield awarded funding to protect children around the world from the influenza virus

Publish date: 2019/12/19 02:30 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Research into protecting children globally from the influenza virus has been given a US$449,156 boost from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

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University AMRC given light to drive innovation in Lancashire

Publish date: 2019/12/17 08:30 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) has been granted permission to build and equip a £20m state-of-the-art facility in the North West of England, which will boost Lancashire’s reputation as one of the UK’s most innovative regions for advanced manufacturing and act as a powerful magnet for inward investors.

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Will it really be ‘lonely this Christmas’?

Publish date: 2019/12/13 06:35 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Singing in a choir can combat loneliness, according to the Centre for Loneliness Studies at the University of Sheffield.

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University of Sheffield Cardiovascular Research Unit lead world's first trial of new heart attack drug treatment

Publish date: 2019/12/11 07:16 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Research has shown that a new drug, selatogrel, may provide an alternative treatment for patients during the early stages of a heart attack.

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Online abuse towards politicians rises ahead of General Election, study finds

Publish date: 2019/12/11 05:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Politicians have been targeted by increasing levels of abuse on social media as the General Election approaches, according to research from the University of Sheffield.

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Brass bands can improve your health and wellbeing, study shows

Publish date: 2019/12/9 02:50 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Stress relief, improved mental health and lungs like an elite sports star are just some of the ways playing in a brass band can improve your health and wellbeing, according to research from the University of Sheffield.

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Students create assistive technology solutions to help people with disabilities

Publish date: 2019/12/5 09:12 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Teams of students from the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University have collaborated with people with disabilities to help them overcome everyday challenges using assistive technology.

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Female birds able to ‘quality control’ sperm to influence the paternity of offspring

Publish date: 2019/12/3 09:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Researchers have discovered a feature of female birds’ reproductive systems that potentially allows them to select sperm and influence who fathers their chicks.

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Atlas of inequality challenges assumptions of rich and poor areas

Publish date: 2019/11/29 04:40 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new Atlas of Inequality, which aims to challenge misconceptions about rich and poor areas, has been launched today.

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Comment: Why Black Friday and Cyber Monday may not be the real deal

Publish date: 2019/11/29 02:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Professor John Clark, from the University of Sheffield's Department of Computer Science, outlines how to stay safe from online fraud this Black Friday.

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University of Sheffield AMRC Cymru will drive productivity and spark economic growth across Wales

Publish date: 2019/11/28 03:33 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre Cymru, a £20m state-of-the-art research and development facility in North Wales, has officially opened today (28 November 2019).

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Experts call for more active prevention of tooth decay for children’s teeth

Publish date: 2019/11/27 06:34 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A dentist’s drill might not be the best way to tackle tooth decay in children’s teeth, a new study has concluded.

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University of Sheffield alumni come together to perform Beatles classics

Publish date: 2019/11/27 02:27 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Some of the Beatles’ greatest ever songs are set to be performed in public once more as part of a unique concert celebrating two of the band’s most iconic albums.

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Doctors of the future will simply ‘switch off’ the genes that cause heart attacks

Publish date: 2019/11/25 08:41 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Cardiac research in Sheffield has received a major boost from the British Heart Foundation (BHF) in the form of an £800,000 award to develop a new gene therapy to treat cardiovascular disease (CVD).

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University of Sheffield researchers part of global science project awarded £30m investment

Publish date: 2019/11/25 07:18 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has received funding to provide essential contributions to the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE), which could lead to profound changes in our understanding of the universe.

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University of Sheffield AMRC ‘inspires’ next generation of female engineers

Publish date: 2019/11/22 07:03 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

More than 100 pupils from across the Sheffield City Region have been shown the huge potential of a career in engineering thanks to the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre’s (AMRC) #AMRCtribe campaign.

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Cocoa industry relies on forced labour and exploits women workers, research shows

Publish date: 2019/10/22 08:29 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Workers in the cocoa industry’s global supply chains experience forced labour and widespread exploitation, according to new research.

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Successful business innovation project receives £1.8m funding boost

Publish date: 2019/10/21 02:29 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A successful project set up to support businesses across the region to innovate through collaboration with the city's two universities has received £1.8m in further funding.

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Money worries, scandalous affairs and chronic health problems: letters reveal fascinating insights into the life of Cole Porter

Publish date: 2019/10/18 01:10 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

A new collection of letters providing an unprecedented insight into the personal and professional life of one of the most successful American songwriters of the 20th century has been published by a researcher at the University of Sheffield.

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Taking vitamin D by oral spray just as effective as taking a tablet

Publish date: 2019/10/15 01:13 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Taking vitamin D by oral spray is just as effective as taking a tablet, research from the University of Sheffield has found.

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Sheffield neuroscientists invite public to see research in action

Publish date: 2019/10/14 03:30 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield’s world-leading centre for neuroscience research is holding an open day for the public on Saturday 19 October 2019.

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Cuts in alcohol duty linked to 2000 more alcohol-related deaths in England

Publish date: 2019/10/11 12:32 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Government cuts to alcohol taxes have had dramatic consequences for public health, including nearly 2000 more alcohol-related deaths in England since 2012, according to new research from the University of Sheffield’s School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR).

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HiPERCAM used to reveal violent flaring at the heart of a black hole system

Publish date: 2019/10/11 09:25 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

An international team of astronomers, including academics from the University of Sheffield, have used state-of-the-art cameras to create a high frame-rate movie of an accreting black hole at a level of detail never seen before.

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Revamped business support scheme launches after funding success

Publish date: 2019/10/11 04:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The innovative and award-winning RISE scheme – a partnership involving the University of Sheffield – has relaunched today (11 October 2019) after securing European funding to help more businesses across the Sheffield City Region recruit talented graduates.

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Sheffield academic part of a team awarded over €7 million for pioneering research on photosynthesis

Publish date: 2019/10/11 03:19 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A University of Sheffield academic is part of a research team which has been awarded over €7 million to continue pioneering research into photosynthesis by the European Research Council (ERC).

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NHS needs to act on patient feedback, say Sheffield health researchers

Publish date: 2019/10/10 11:53 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.

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Dry ice could prevent rail delays caused by ‘leaves on the line’

Publish date: 2019/10/8 01:33 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Researchers from the University of Sheffield, in collaboration with Icetech Technologies, have used dry ice to develop a new solution to the problem of leaves on the line, which cause delays, cancellations and timetable changes for rail passengers.

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Dietary supplement from tomatoes discovered to boost sperm quality

Publish date: 2019/10/8 01:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Sperm quality can be improved with a simple diet supplement containing a compound found in cooked tomatoes, according to new research by the University of Sheffield.

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University of Sheffield ranked among world’s best for arts and humanities

Publish date: 2019/10/4 04:25 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has been named as one of the world’s leading universities for teaching and research in the arts and humanities, according to a subject ranking published this week (2 October 2019).

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At least one in five wildlife species traded globally, study finds

Publish date: 2019/10/3 23:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists have found that at least one in five land-based species is bought and sold on the world market, in new research which has quantified the extent of the global wildlife trade for the first time.

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Hobbies can help fuel people’s careers, research shows

Publish date: 2019/10/3 06:58 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Pursuing a hobby in an intense or serious way can boost people’s confidence at work – but only if it uses different skills to their job, according to new research by Dr Ciara Kelly and colleagues at the University of Sheffield’s Institute of Work Psychology.

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Sheffield scientists awarded £610k funding for pioneering new dementia research

Publish date: 2019/10/1 06:22 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Two University of Sheffield academics have been awarded £610,000 for pioneering new research projects exploring the processes behind Alzheimer’s and dementia; the results of which could lead to new approaches in how they are treated.

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Offer alcohol-free accommodation to help students who have been in care, experts tell universities

Publish date: 2019/9/30 08:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Universities should offer alcohol-free accommodation to make the transition to higher education easier for students across the UK who have been in care and reflect the recent decline in youth drinking, according to experts.

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Research on Research Institute launches to make research more strategic, open, diverse and inclusive

Publish date: 2019/9/30 02:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new Research on Research Institute (RoRI) has launched today to bring together an international consortium of research funders, academic institutions and technologists to advance more strategic, open, diverse and inclusive research.

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Additional heart artery stenting reduces risk of future heart attacks

Publish date: 2019/9/28 13:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Research has shown that patients who have had emergency heart attack treatment with heart artery stenting - and have significant narrowings in their other untreated arteries - can benefit from additional stenting to help prevent future heart attacks.

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Historic British landscapes under severe threat from climate crisis

Publish date: 2019/9/27 08:15 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

Some of Britain’s most loved historical landscapes such as the Lake District, Snowdonia and the Orkney Islands are at risk of being severely damaged and changed forever by the effects of climate change, according to an archaeologist from the University of Sheffield.

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Japan’s new sea defences could be “overwhelmed” by future tsunamis as sea levels rise, warn researchers

Publish date: 2019/9/20 05:24 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The Japanese government’s “failure to imagine the future” means brand new sea defences could be overwhelmed in the face of extreme tsunamis made more destructive by rising sea levels, according to academics at the University of Sheffield.

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University of Sheffield announces sustainability education across all courses in response to climate emergency

Publish date: 2019/9/20 05:09 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has announced that it will educate the ‘change makers of the future’ by embedding teaching about sustainability across all of its courses in response to the climate emergency.

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University of Sheffield ranks top in north for graduate employment

Publish date: 2019/9/20 04:11 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield is the best university in the north of England for producing employable graduates, according to rankings announced today (20 September 2019) by The Times and Sunday Times

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Surface melting causes Antarctic glaciers to slip faster towards the ocean, new research shows

Publish date: 2019/9/20 02:07 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Surface meltwater draining through the ice and beneath Antarctic glaciers is causing sudden and rapid accelerations in their flow towards the sea, according to new research.

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New generation of PhD researchers to tackle the world's biggest public health issues

Publish date: 2019/9/19 06:56 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A £5.24 million investment by the Wellcome Trust will fund 35 scholars from the UK and overseas to carry out groundbreaking public health research at the University of Sheffield.

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Brexit threatens EU climate action, research shows

Publish date: 2019/9/19 02:26 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Brexit could lead both the UK and the European Union to weaken their ambitions to tackle the climate crisis, according to new research from the University of Sheffield.

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Pop-Up University brings University of Sheffield research to the public

Publish date: 2019/9/18 06:46 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new, free festival bringing groundbreaking research from the University of Sheffield to the public will be held this weekend at the Millennium Galleries (20-22 September 2019).

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Feedback from residents crucial to cutting carbon emissions from housing

Publish date: 2019/9/17 05:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The housing industry must listen to feedback at every stage of a project’s lifecycle in order to become sustainable, according to a new book.

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Turning the Arctic brown

Publish date: 2019/9/17 01:50 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

This week more than 250 newsrooms are increasing their climate coverage to strengthen the media's focus on the climate crisis and we're joining them. As part of this we're sharing research by Professor Gareth Phoenix on 'Arctic browning'. 

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Personalised VR technology could help improve and maintain positive mental health and well-being

Publish date: 2019/9/17 01:28 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Personalised virtual reality (VR) technology which enables new forms of self-reflection could help to improve and maintain positive mental health.

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Scientists prove low cost arthritis drug can be used to effectively treat blood cancer sufferers

Publish date: 2019/9/16 23:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A simple arthritis drug could be an effective, low cost solution to treat patients with blood cancers such as polycythemia vera (PV) and essential thrombocythemia (ET), a breakthrough study by the University of Sheffield has shown.

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University of Sheffield welcomes new test facility to engage industry in the drive for commercial fusion energy

Publish date: 2019/9/16 08:02 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has welcomed the announcement of a new £22 million fusion energy research facility in Rotherham next year, which will work with research and industry partners to put the UK in a strong position to commercialise nuclear fusion as a major source of low-carbon electricity in the years ahead.

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Scientists reveal early behaviours that best predict child’s language ability

Publish date: 2019/9/11 23:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

How often babies babble while making eye contact is the best predictor of how many words they will use as a toddler, a new study by the University of Sheffield has found.

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'International students are an invaluable asset to this country' - response to government announcement on post-study work visa

Publish date: 2019/9/11 07:46 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Professor Koen Lamberts, President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield, responds to the government’s announcement of a new two year post-study work visa for international students.

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University of Sheffield set to benefit from new Mind and Goldman Sachs Mental Health programme

Publish date: 2019/9/11 04:52 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield is set to benefit from a new £1.5 million partnership launched between Goldman Sachs and Mind, which will provide mental health support in universities.

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University of Sheffield joins global media initiative to boost climate coverage

Publish date: 2019/9/10 04:08 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has joined more than 250 international media outlets in committing to a week of coverage focused on the climate crisis.

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Typhoid toxin accelerates cell ageing to enhance killer infection, study reveals

Publish date: 2019/9/6 23:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists have revealed how the typhoid toxin works to hijack DNA repair machines and accelerate the ageing of cells, a breakthrough that could pave the way for new strategies to combat the killer disease.

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Health Foundation award of £67K to build digital road map of outpatient care for Sheffield Teaching Hospitals

Publish date: 2019/9/6 08:48 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been awarded £67,000 from the Health Foundation’s Advancing Applied Analytics programme to develop innovative new software which could transform NHS outpatient care.

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Next generation of lithium-ion batteries set to be developed by University of Sheffield engineers

Publish date: 2019/9/4 01:33 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Engineers at the University of Sheffield are set to develop the next generation of lithium-ion batteries, which could be used to transform the performance and range of electric vehicles, as part of a major new collaborative research project together with Cambridge, Oxford, Lancaster, UCL, the Science and Technology Facilities Council and 11 industry partners.

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Top fashion brands’ business practices are undermining progress on ending garment worker exploitation

Publish date: 2019/9/3 09:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Top fashion companies that are pledging to end worker exploitation in their global supply chains are hampering progress through their own irresponsible sourcing practices, according to a new report.

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Kidney patients will be prevented from EU travel under no-deal Brexit

Publish date: 2019/9/3 08:39 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Kidney patients could be prevented from travelling to European Union countries in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to a new report.

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UK has higher level of regional inequality than any other large wealthy country

Publish date: 2019/9/3 03:44 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A leading regional scientist has called on the government and the media to acknowledge the fact that the UK has higher levels of regional inequality than any other large wealthy country.

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Off the Shelf 2019: One of UK’s biggest literary festivals returns to Sheffield

Publish date: 2019/8/30 05:48 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

One of the UK's largest literary festivals will return to Sheffield in October thanks to an innovative partnership involving the University of Sheffield.

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Let affected communities co-design strategy to end youth violence in Sheffield, says report

Publish date: 2019/8/29 08:03 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Sheffield City Council should allow communities affected by knife crime to co-design strategies to reduce violence, according to a group of experts, local charities, youth organisations and members of the public.

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Beetle scales hold secret to creating sustainable paint from recycled plastic, research shows

Publish date: 2019/8/29 02:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The structure of ultra-white beetle scales could hold the key to making bright-white sustainable paint using recycled plastic waste, scientists at the University of Sheffield have discovered.

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New report by the University of Sheffield to help NHS commissioners provide high-quality epilepsy services

Publish date: 2019/8/28 06:53 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new report from the University of Sheffield has shown the value of Epilepsy Specialist Nurses (ESNs) in caring for people living with epilepsy.

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University of Sheffield researchers to help remove barriers to low carbon transport

Publish date: 2019/8/27 03:56 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Researchers from the Energy Institute at University of Sheffield are set to play a key role in two new initiatives that are removing the barriers to low-carbon transport.

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Researchers developing natural pesticide alternative to target pests without harming honeybees

Publish date: 2019/8/22 07:46 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A natural, sustainable alternative to pesticides that targets specific pests, without harming beneficial pollinators such as honeybees, is being developed with the help of researchers from the Institute for Sustainable Food at the University of Sheffield.

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88 Pianists: University of Sheffield researchers help school children set new world record

Publish date: 2019/8/21 01:15 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

Primary school children from across the UK have set a new world record for the most people playing one piano after teaming up with engineers and musicians from the University of Sheffield.

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Education Secretary ‘hugely impressed’ by University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre

Publish date: 2019/8/20 10:42 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has highlighted the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) as a “brilliant example” of how a leading university can collaborate with industry to boost skills and jobs.

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Sheffield Makes Music: University hosts celebration of city’s musical talent

Publish date: 2019/8/19 05:40 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Sheffield city centre will be transformed into a stage for a series of exhilarating performances on BBC Music Day (26 September 2019).

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Interactive board game launched to help health professionals support victims of domestic violence

Publish date: 2019/8/19 01:15 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new and novel training aid has been developed by a University of Sheffield academic to help healthcare professionals support victims of domestic violence and abuse (DVA).

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