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Plaster which sticks inside the mouth will revolutionise treatment of oral conditions

Publish date: 2018/6/24 16:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A plaster which sticks to the inside of your mouth is revolutionising the treatment of painful recurring ulcers.

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University library honoured in prestigious higher education awards

Publish date: 2018/6/22 04:39 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield’s Library has been honoured for addressing some of the major challenges facing libraries in the UK at a leading award ceremony for higher education.

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‘Allen’ the peregrine falcon finds new home

Publish date: 2018/6/22 02:46 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A sculpture of a peregrine falcon made of 17,000 allen keys has found a new home at the University of Sheffield - within sight of the nest of its real-life counterparts.

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University of Sheffield strengthens partnerships with China

Publish date: 2018/6/21 06:11 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has signed an agreement to strengthen its research partnerships with China’s Xiamen University to address some of the world’s most pressing challenges.

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Brain tingles: First study of its kind reveals physiological benefits of ASMR

Publish date: 2018/6/20 07:50 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) – the relaxing ‘brain tingles’ experienced by some people in response to specific triggers, such as whispering, tapping and slow hand movements – may have benefits for both mental and physical health, according to new research.

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University launches football sticker campaign to celebrate international students

Publish date: 2018/6/19 03:59 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Staff and students from the University of Sheffield are demonstrating their support for international students by creating their own football stickers as part of a new campaign launched this week.

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Children’s immune system could hold the key to preventing sepsis

Publish date: 2018/6/18 16:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Children’s immune systems could hold the key to preventing life-threatening infections and sepsis, a new study has revealed.

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Photography exhibition provides glimpse into the lives of refugees

Publish date: 2018/6/15 04:40 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new exhibition featuring photos that show the lives and experiences of refugee and asylum seeking children is being launched next week (19 June 2018) as part of a city-wide festival.

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World cup: Why maths shows you probably won't win £100 million predicting World Cup winners

Publish date: 2018/6/13 23:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

An expert at the University of Sheffield has used mathematics to demonstrate how unlikely it is to predict the correct outcome of all the world cup football matches.

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New research reveals British Isles buried under ice sheets from 2.5 million years ago

Publish date: 2018/6/13 08:41 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Breakthrough research has revealed the British Isles were repeatedly submerged under an ice sheet extending to the centre of the North Sea over a million years earlier than previously thought.

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Review confirms a crisis in children’s social care and family justice sector and sets out 20 options for change

Publish date: 2018/6/13 02:30 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A review involving researchers from the University of Sheffield has outlined 20 recommendations to tackle the rising number of children entering the care system in England and Wales.

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Recipe for the perfect balance of breaks and repairs in our genome could help fight cancer and brain ageing

Publish date: 2018/6/12 08:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists at the University of Sheffield have discovered what keeps the perfect balance of breaks and repairs in our DNA – something which could help improve the success of chemotherapy and combat neurodegeneration associated with ageing.

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Queen’s Birthday Honours awarded for outstanding contributions to healthcare and science

Publish date: 2018/6/11 08:31 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield was delighted to learn that Professor Pamela Enderby and Sheffield alumna Professor Julia Buckingham were recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours for their outstanding contributions to healthcare and science.

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‘Out of This World’: First Briton in space delivers first Convocation Lecture

Publish date: 2018/6/11 06:30 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

University of Sheffield alumna and the first Briton in space, Dr Helen Sharman OBE, delivers the University’s inaugural Convocation Lecture.

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Sugar tax initiative leads to 30 per cent reduction in sales of sugary drinks, study finds

Publish date: 2018/6/8 02:32 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new approach to implementing the UK government’s sugar tax initiative has significantly reduced the number of people buying sugary drinks, according to a study led by researchers at the University of Sheffield.

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New report highlights how drones can be used for good of society

Publish date: 2018/6/7 03:14 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new report demonstrating how drones can come to the rescue in natural disasters, help starving people in conflict and provide emergency medicine has been published today (7 June 2018) by one of the UK’s leading robotics experts.

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University of Sheffield ranked in QS World University Rankings top 100

Publish date: 2018/6/6 23:11 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has today (Wednesday 6 June 2018) been ranked as one of the best universities in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2019, strengthening its position as a leading global university for teaching and research.

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Blockchain could bridge the gap to integrated transport, according to new report

Publish date: 2018/6/6 07:41 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Blockchain could provide the underpinnings for a future integrated transport system, without the need for large and costly centralised control mechanisms, according to a new paper from the University of Sheffield and the Transport Systems Catapult (TSC).

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You talking to me? Scientists try to unravel the mystery of animal conversations

Publish date: 2018/6/6 02:55 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

African elephants like to rumble, naked mole rats trade soft chirps, while fireflies alternate flashes in courtship dialogues, a new study into the weird and wonderful world of animal conversations has revealed.

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Appeal to bring the future of medical imaging to Yorkshire reaches £1.5 million milestone

Publish date: 2018/6/5 23:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

An appeal to bring a revolutionary medical imaging scanner to Yorkshire to accelerate pioneering research into devastating diseases and give patients access to ground-breaking clinical trials, has reached the £1.5 million milestone.

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Students commemorate 100 years of votes for women at RHS Chatsworth

Publish date: 2018/6/5 08:13 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Two University of Sheffield students are designing, growing and planting a long border at the Royal Horticultural Society’s annual Chatsworth Flower Show to celebrate 100 years of women‘s right to vote.

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Interactive map reveals how British Isles were affected by last glacial cycle 22,000 years ago

Publish date: 2018/6/5 06:06 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

An interactive online map produced by researchers at the University of Sheffield reveals how major cities were affected by the last glacial cycle 22,000 years ago – when a kilometre-thick ice sheet covered Britain and Ireland.

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Labour exploitation is endemic in global tea and cocoa industries, international study finds

Publish date: 2018/5/31 03:28 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Labour exploitation including forced labour is endemic at the base of global tea and cocoa supply chains, according to a pioneering international study published by researchers at the University of Sheffield today (31 May 2018).

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First evidence of otters breeding in Peak District found by scientists

Publish date: 2018/5/30 07:23 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The first evidence of otters breeding in the Peak District has been found as part of a project led by scientists at the University of Sheffield.

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Revolutionary neck support technology transforms lives of MND patients

Publish date: 2018/5/30 01:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A revolutionary neck collar designed to ease pain and make everyday tasks such as eating and communicating much easier for patients living with motor neurone disease (MND) is now available to healthcare professionals and individuals across the world.

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Government report commends University of Sheffield outreach scheme for helping to improve the life chances of disadvantaged children

Publish date: 2018/5/29 08:10 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A University of Sheffield scheme promoting academic excellence and aspiration amongst some of the most disadvantaged pupils in Sheffield has been hailed as an area of good practice in a government report.

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University of Sheffield rises in Guardian University Guide 2019

Publish date: 2018/5/29 06:29 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield is celebrating its latest ranking success after subjects from across the institution have risen in the Guardian University Guide 2019.

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Exhibition shows life and culture on Britain’s railways

Publish date: 2018/5/24 02:49 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new collection of images providing a unique glimpse into everyday life on Britain’s railways is being published this week as part of a project between researchers at the University of Sheffield and the National Railway Museum in York.

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Launch of major research project to unlock the UK productivity puzzle

Publish date: 2018/5/23 08:41 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new national research network which aims to improve understanding of the factors affecting UK productivity was officially launched in London last night (22 May 2018).

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Sheffield scientists receive £150,000 boost for pioneering dementia research

Publish date: 2018/5/18 07:16 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Researchers at the University of Sheffield have received nearly £150,000 of new funding from leading dementia research charity Alzheimer’s Research UK.

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University to host innovative pop-up peer therapy event

Publish date: 2018/5/15 08:02 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A pop-up event at the University of Sheffield this week (Wednesday 16 May) will offer an innovative way to promote students mental wellbeing through peer therapy. 

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Report calls for support for BTEC students going into university education

Publish date: 2018/5/14 01:46 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Students who enter university with equivalent qualifications such as BTECs benefit from better support to tackle barriers in their transition into higher education, a report led by the University of Sheffield has found.

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Marathon walk set to raise vital funds to bring revolutionary medical imaging to Yorkshire

Publish date: 2018/5/11 01:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A marathon walk across the Peak District, hosted by the University of Sheffield, is set to raise vital funds to bring revolutionary medical imaging to Yorkshire.

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The University of Sheffield informs House of Lords report on citizenship and voter engagement

Publish date: 2018/5/10 04:15 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Evidence given by the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Students' Union on citizenship and civic engagement has been published in a House of Lords committee report.

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Northern Powerhouse ‘must lead the next Industrial Revolution’

Publish date: 2018/5/10 02:17 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A clarion call for the North of England to lead the Fourth Industrial Revolution with its legions of smaller manufacturers was made today (10 May) by a key industrial advisor to the Government’s Industrial Strategy team at the University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre.

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Photosynthetic protein structure that harvests and traps infrared light

Publish date: 2018/4/4 10:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists from the University of Sheffield have solved the structure of a photosynthetic protein to reveal how it converts near-infrared light into an electrical charge.

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Revolutionary high-speed camera captures movies of space on world's largest telescope

Publish date: 2018/4/1 23:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new camera which can take more than 1,000 images per second and will revolutionise scientists’ understanding of stars and black holes has gone live on the world’s largest optical telescope.

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Article 50 one year on: what the experts say

Publish date: 2018/3/29 02:26 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A year since Article 50 was triggered, academics at the University of Sheffield discuss the current debates and issues surrounding the UK's withdrawal from the European Union.

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University of Sheffield Professor appears in David Attenborough’s new BBC documentary

Publish date: 2018/3/28 03:13 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A zoology professor and inspirational teacher from the University of Sheffield will appear in a new nature documentary with Sir David Attenborough this weekend (Saturday 31 March 2018).

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University’s Information School hosts international iConference

Publish date: 2018/3/27 08:42 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has welcomed more than 450 delegates from around the world to the iSchools’ annual international iConference, which is being held in the UK for the first time.

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Detecting diminished dopamine-firing cells inside the brain could reveal earliest signs of Alzheimer’s disease

Publish date: 2018/3/27 08:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new link between diminished input from dopamine-firing cells deep inside the brain and the ability to form new memories could be crucial in detecting the earliest signs of Alzheimer’s disease.

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Honeybees may unlock the secrets of how the human brain works

Publish date: 2018/3/26 16:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Researchers from the University of Sheffield have discovered that looking at honeybees in a colony in the same way as neurons in a brain could help us better understand the basic mechanisms of human behaviour.

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Britain’s emissions dropped by six per cent in 2016 by switching from coal to natural gas

Publish date: 2018/3/26 08:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Britain’s emissions dropped by six per cent in 2016 by switching from coal to natural gas a new study from the University of Sheffield has revealed.

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MS stem cell treatment stabilises disease and reduced disability, trial shows

Publish date: 2018/3/23 10:46 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Pioneering international research has found stem cell treatment in people with active multiple sclerosis stabilises the disease and improves disability.

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University of Sheffield launches largest ever population study on the impact of TB and HIV interventions

Publish date: 2018/3/23 10:25 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has today (Friday 23 March) launched the largest ever population study on the impact of TB and HIV interventions in sub-Saharan African communities.

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Industrial Strategy Commission shortlisted for Guardian University Award

Publish date: 2018/3/23 10:21 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The Industrial Strategy Commission – an independent joint initiative by the Universities of Sheffield and Manchester – has been shortlisted for a prestigious Guardian University Award.

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New report shows families with children are most likely to need foodbanks

Publish date: 2018/3/23 05:46 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Analysis by the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) at the University of Sheffield has shed new light on the type of families using foodbanks in The Trussell Trust’s network and highlights that families with dependent children are more likely than other family types to use foodbanks.

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University music graduates return to honour legacy of renowned classical musician

Publish date: 2018/3/22 04:55 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

University of Sheffield graduates from around the world are set to return to Sheffield this weekend (25 March 2018) as part of a concert that honours one of classical music’s most inspiring musicians.

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Sheffield aims to inspire next generation of female engineers

Publish date: 2018/3/22 02:30 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield, this week (20 March 2018), welcomed 600 local female school pupils to the Octagon Centre to learn about how they can transform the world through science, technology, engineering and maths at the annual Exploring STEM for Girls event.

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University academic honoured with prestigious biochemistry award

Publish date: 2018/3/22 02:29 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

An academic from the University of Sheffield has been honoured with the Biochemical Society’s Colworth Medal for their outstanding research.

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THE Student Experience Survey: Students vote University of Sheffield’s Students’ Union best nationally for tenth year running

Publish date: 2018/3/22 00:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield’s Students’ Union has been voted best in the UK for the tenth year in a row by the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2018.

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University of Sheffield increases places for medicine students

Publish date: 2018/3/20 04:37 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield is increasing the number of places available for students in its Medical School as part of a new government initiative announced this week (20 March 2018).

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New osteoarthritis genes discovered, paving way for new therapies

Publish date: 2018/3/19 09:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

In the largest study of its kind, nine novel genes for osteoarthritis have been discovered by scientists from the University of Sheffield and their collaborators.

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Microscopic ‘shuttles’ transport enzyme from cells to trigger onset of kidney disease

Publish date: 2018/3/19 08:26 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new study involving the University of Sheffield has identified a key culprit in the onset of kidney disease in a major marker for kidney disease development.

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Students celebrate diverse cultures and challenge government on net migration figures

Publish date: 2018/3/15 02:50 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Students at the University of Sheffield have celebrated their diverse backgrounds and cultures at an event to mark the 50th anniversary of the International Students’ Committee (ISC) at Sheffield Students’ Union.

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

Publish date: 2018/3/14 09:26 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has been named one of the 'most international' universities by The Times Higher Education.

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University spin-out granted first licensed treatment to help children with rare disorder

Publish date: 2018/3/13 05:45 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A University of Sheffield spin-out company has been granted its first licensed treatment in Europe for children with a rare disorder.

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New research on the strength of children’s bones could help in the design of safer car seats

Publish date: 2018/3/12 17:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Researchers at the University of Sheffield have successfully used computer simulated models and medical imaging to test the strength of young children’s bones, producing results which could help car seat manufacturers design safer car seats for young children.

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New film celebrates high flying circus women

Publish date: 2018/3/8 06:18 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

A new film celebrating women in the circus community is being released this week (8 March 2018) for International Women’s Day.

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National Apprenticeship Week 2018: Success is all about the right attitude for award-winning Apprentice of the Year Leigh Worsdale

Publish date: 2018/3/8 02:36 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

From media appearances, to job offers from around the world and starting the journey to becoming a young apprentice ambassador, the last 12 months have been a whirlwind for the AMRC’s first female Apprentice of the Year and heavy duty diesel engine builder, Leigh Worsdale.

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Sheffield scientists win crucial grants to take forward prostate cancer research

Publish date: 2018/3/6 01:57 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Leading scientists from the University of Sheffield are pioneering research to stop the spread of prostate cancer and prevent the disease from growing back after primary treatment.

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International Women’s Day festival set to reveal pioneering research on gender equality and women’s rights

Publish date: 2018/3/5 05:42 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

Academics from the University of Sheffield are set to share their latest pioneering research on gender equality and women’s rights as part of a free city-wide festival that aims to engage women from across South Yorkshire this week (Monday 5 March – Sunday 11 March).

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Spotlight on apprenticeships

Publish date: 2018/3/5 03:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Our feature includes stories from talented apprentices employed by the University and trained at our AMRC Training Centre. Our training centre is creating opportunities for young people and benefiting industry.

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University of Sheffield ranked number one in world for library and information management

Publish date: 2018/3/2 08:55 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has been named the number one institution in the world for library and information management in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018.

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Payments to protect carbon stored in forests must increase to defend against rubber plantations, research finds

Publish date: 2018/3/2 02:07 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Efforts to protect tropical forests in Southeast Asia for the carbon they store may fail because protection payments are too low, according to new research involving the University of Sheffield.

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Exhibition inspired by climate change research opens in Sheffield

Publish date: 2018/3/1 05:17 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

Research by ice scientists from the University of Sheffield is the inspiration for an art exhibition in the city to highlight their research of glaciers and the consequences of the carbon cycle and climate change.

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Comment: Working together for a better future for Sheffield

Publish date: 2018/3/1 00:01 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

Professor Gill Valentine, Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of Sheffield, writes for the Sheffield Telegraph on how, through working together, we can build a better future for Sheffield.

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Students celebrate diverse cultures at annual International Cultural Evening

Publish date: 2018/2/28 05:32 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The International Students’ Committee (ISC) at the University of Sheffield’s Students’ Union will host a night of cultural performances from around the world to mark its 50th anniversary.

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The conflict between males and females could replace the evolution of new species

Publish date: 2018/2/23 05:10 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Males and females of the same species can evolve to be so different that they prevent other species from evolving or colonising habitats, according to new research involving the University of Sheffield.

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More than 200 million medication errors occur in NHS per year, say researchers

Publish date: 2018/2/23 00:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new study has revealed an estimated 237 million medication errors occur in the NHS in England every year, and avoidable adverse drug reactions (ADRs) cause hundreds of deaths.

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Lost Broadway songs set for world premiere thanks to University of Sheffield researchers

Publish date: 2018/2/21 02:39 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

A number of lost Broadway songs from one of America’s most beloved musicals are set to receive their world premiere this week (25 February 2018) thanks to research from the University of Sheffield.

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Farming crops with rocks to reduce CO2 and improve global food security

Publish date: 2018/2/19 09:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Farming crops with crushed rocks could help to improve global food security and capture CO2 from the atmosphere, a new study has found.

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University of Sheffield students teach Philosophy in the City

Publish date: 2018/2/19 03:04 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

Students from the University of Sheffield are volunteering to teach philosophy in schools, as part of a pioneering outreach project across South Yorkshire.

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University statement on the Prime Minister's announcement of a post-18 education and funding review

Publish date: 2018/2/19 02:55 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A statement from the University of Sheffield following Prime Minister Theresa May's announcement of a government post-18 education and funding review (19 February 2018).

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Sheffield's classical music scene is 'vibrant, hopeful and creative and full of opportunities for young people', says new report

Publish date: 2018/2/16 02:00 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

Sheffield's classical music scene is 'vibrant, hopeful and creative and full of opportunities for young people' according to a report commissioned by the University of Sheffield.

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Find drugs that delay many diseases of old age

Publish date: 2018/2/14 11:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Professor Ilaria Bellantuono from the University of Sheffield's Department of Oncology and Metabolism explains why we need treatments that boost resilience to multiple age-related diseases and why simply extending lifespan is not enough.

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New vaginal mesh material could help thousands of women affected by life changing complications

Publish date: 2018/2/13 17:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists from the University of Sheffield have developed a material that could be used as an alternative to the current vaginal mesh material, polypropylene, used to treat pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence.

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Scientists identify factors which drive the evolution of herbicide resistance

Publish date: 2018/2/13 08:19 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists from the University of Sheffield have identified factors which are driving the evolution of herbicide resistance in crops – something which could also have an impact on medicine as well as agriculture.

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Lord Sainsbury opens the National Technician Development Centre at the University of Sheffield

Publish date: 2018/2/13 07:20 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Lord Sainsbury was a special guest at the opening ceremony of the National Technician Development Centre for Higher Education which took place at the University of Sheffield today (Tuesday 13 February 2018).

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University of Sheffield signs up as Northern Powerhouse partner during ministerial visit

Publish date: 2018/2/12 05:49 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has cemented its long-standing commitment to supporting economic growth in the north by becoming a Northern Powerhouse partner during a visit by Northern Powerhouse Minister Jake Berry to its Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) today (Monday 12 February 2018).

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New marker could help to identify heart attack patients most at risk

Publish date: 2018/2/8 01:44 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A new study from the University of Sheffield has shown a new blood test could provide a clue as to why some patients are at higher risk of cardiovascular disease risk after suffering a heart attack.

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University hosts Japan Now North festival celebrating Japanese art, culture, literature and film

Publish date: 2018/2/7 05:10 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A series of events exploring the traditions and modernity of Japan will be hosted by the University of Sheffield’s School of East Asian Studies – one of Europe’s leading academic centres for research and teaching on Japan.

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Sheffield scientists help Nepalese orphans to grow fruit and vegetables

Publish date: 2018/2/7 02:34 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Scientists from the University of Sheffield are helping children from a Nepalese orphanage grow their own vegetables with a pioneering, sustainable technique which will provide a vital food supply all year round.

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Vice-Chancellor addresses Times Higher Education’s Asia Universities Summit on how universities can drive the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Publish date: 2018/2/5 03:52 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield Professor Sir Keith Burnett will join university leaders from across Asia in China this week (Monday 5 February 2018) where he will address delegates on how universities can drive the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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Research: How China has world class football statues but no world class footballers

Publish date: 2018/2/1 06:04 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Despite China’s absence from this summer’s World Cup Finals, the world’s most populous nation is challenging for the number one spot in one aspect of football. A new study by the University of Sheffield has found that China has more statues depicting footballers (39) than any other nation apart from the UK, and also boasts the world’s largest football statue.

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Breast cancer charity Second Hope awards first ever PhD studentship to researchers at the University of Sheffield

Publish date: 2018/2/1 04:34 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

A research team at the University of Sheffield has been awarded a £100,000 grant by the charity Second Hope to investigate why breast cancer spreads to the skeleton in 80 per cent of patients who develop Secondary Breast Cancer.

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Poorer survival rates for adults with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia living in deprived areas

Publish date: 2018/2/1 00:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Adults with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia living in deprived areas of England have poorer survival rates, a new study has found.

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University of Sheffield historian honoured for research uncovering history of child sex abuse in Britain

Publish date: 2018/1/31 03:28 Posted by Arts and humanities - University of Sheffield

A historian from the University of Sheffield has been honoured for his research which highlights how press coverage of child sex abuse in Britain has changed over the last century.

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University of Sheffield recognised as top employer for workplace equality

Publish date: 2018/1/30 17:01 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has been named as a top employer for workplace equality for the fifth year in a row by the leading LGBT charity Stonewall, moving up 64 places to achieve its highest ever ranking of 24th.

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The University of Sheffield joins local initiative in a bid to tackle city’s stray cat crisis

Publish date: 2018/1/30 17:01 Posted by Community - University of Sheffield

Psychologists from the University of Sheffield have teamed up with Cat Smart, a project funded by the RSPCA that hopes to tackle the city’s stray cat crisis, by better understanding the choices that pet owners make.

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University of Sheffield academics call for action to support the transition from education to employment

Publish date: 2018/1/30 02:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Researchers from the Universities of Sheffield and Middlesex are calling on the government and employers to act after a new study revealed the scale of challenges faced by young people not in education, employment or training (NEET).

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Women beat expectations when playing chess against men, according to new research

Publish date: 2018/1/30 00:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Data from 160,000 ranked chess players and more than five million chess matches suggests that women playing against men perform better than expected based on their official chess ratings, according to a new study by the University of Sheffield.

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Morphing time! Plant chloroplasts wake up before they go go!

Publish date: 2018/1/29 09:31 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

New research published this week in Nature Plants by University of Sheffield scientists explains how plants switch from photoprotection to photosynthesis when transitioning from darkness to daylight.

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Comment: Why we need to encourage more women to pursue engineering

Publish date: 2018/1/29 02:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Dr Gwendolen Reilly, Director of Women in Engineering and Senior Lecturer in Bioengineering at the University of Sheffield comments in the Yorkshire Post on the government's Year of Engineering campaign and why it's more important than ever to encourage women into the industry.

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Virtual reality helping to improve healthcare

Publish date: 2018/1/29 00:00 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

A virtual reality colonoscopy developed by researchers at the University of Sheffield could help clinicians to detect abnormalities in the digestive system.

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Holocaust Memorial Day 2018: Speech by Sheffield alumna and Holocaust survivor Agnes Grunwald-Spier

Publish date: 2018/1/26 04:04 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

To commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2018 (27 January 2018), we share the inspirational speech delivered by University of Sheffield alumna Agnes Grunwald-Spier - one of the youngest Holocaust survivors - as she was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the University.

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University of Sheffield part of new £20 million Institute of Coding announced by Prime Minister

Publish date: 2018/1/25 10:09 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield is a founding member of a new £20 million Institute of Coding – a consortium of more than 60 universities, businesses and industry experts tackling the UK’s digital skills gap, which was announced by the Prime Minister today (25 January 2018).

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Vitamin D supplements could ease painful IBS symptoms

Publish date: 2018/1/25 00:30 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

Vitamin D supplements could help to ease painful Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) symptoms, a new study from the University of Sheffield has found.

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University of Sheffield invited to be a member of CESAER

Publish date: 2018/1/24 02:44 Posted by Awards / achievements - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield has been elected as a member of the Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research (CESAER).

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University of Sheffield awarded grant to boost graduate skills in cyber security and AI

Publish date: 2018/1/23 05:01 Posted by All news - University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield is one of 30 universities and colleges in England to be awarded a share of £6.1 million by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) to develop new and enhanced higher education courses.

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