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  1. Comment: 3D printing possibilities are beautiful but not limitless

    Candice Majewski, Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Sheffield, comments on the future possibilites of 3D printing.

    Categorised under: Engineering and Comment
  2. In The City

    Series of public lectures and events explores life ‘in the city’

    Urban existence, heritage, forgotten places and activism are just some of the themes which will be explored during a month of events celebrating city life in Sheffield and beyond.

    Categorised under: Arts and humanities and Events
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    Planning permission granted for Factory 2050

    Plans to create a centre of excellence for advanced manufacturing at Sheffield Business Park have taken a big step forward as Sheffield City Council approved plans for Factory 2050.

    Categorised under: Research, Engineering and Community
  4. Cabaret Voltaire

    Lecture theatre’s recording studio past explored during live music event

    A member of former Sheffield band Cabaret Voltaire will perform as part of a unique ‘super group’ at the site of the band’s legendary recording studio – now a University of Sheffield lecture theatre.

    Categorised under: Arts and humanities and Events
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    Delve into 450 years of literature inspired by the English country house

    A revolutionary digital course launched today (Wednesday 23 April 2014) by the University of Sheffield will give people from across the world a unique glimpse into the extraordinary life, culture, drama and literature of the traditional English country house.

    Categorised under: Arts and humanities, Students and alumni and Teaching
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    National award for students dedicated to making the world a better place

    Exceptional entrepreneurs from the University of Sheffield who are dedicated to making the world a better place have been crowned Enactus UK Champions after helping more than 150 disadvantaged people transform their lives.

    Categorised under: Awards/achievements and Students and alumni
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    Research sheds new light on impact of diabetes on the brain

    Researchers from the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have discovered diabetic nerve damage causes more harm in the brain than previously thought, shedding new light on the disease.

    Categorised under: Research and Medicine, dentistry and health
  8. Swarming robots

    Sheffield team show simplicity is key to co-operative robots

    A way of making hundreds - or even thousands - of tiny robots cluster to carry out tasks without using any memory or processing power has been developed by engineers at the University of Sheffield.

    Categorised under: Research and Engineering
  9. Comment: Noah film is more accurate than most children’s Bible stories

    Dr Katie Edwards, Lecturer in the Bible in Contemporary Culture and Society at the University of Sheffield comments on the accuracy of new Biblical epic Noah.

    Categorised under: Arts and humanities and Comment
  10. An endangered bird identified in the research

    World-leading scientists develop new approach to bird conservation

    A new approach to species conservation which could change how we protect the world’s most endangered birds has been developed by a team of the world’s leading scientists, including the University of Sheffield.

    Categorised under: Research, International and Science
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    Ground breaking #weareinternational campaign attracts 100th supporter

    A ground breaking campaign led by the University of Sheffield to highlight the crucial value of international students to the UK has now been backed by 100 universities, education institutions and international organisations.

    Categorised under: Community, International and Students and alumni
  12. Professor Mike Hounslow, Pro Vice Chancellor of Engineering, Pam Liversidge and Professor Elena Rodr

    London Eye designer shares secrets at opening of world-class University facility

    University of Sheffield engineering graduate Dr John Roberts – the designer of the London Eye, one of the most iconic visitor attractions in the world, as well as white knuckle roller coaster rides such as the Pepsi Max Big One – will be sharing his design secrets when he speaks at the official opening of the University's new Pam Liversidge Building on Monday (14 April 2014).

    Categorised under: Events and Engineering
  13. Icebergs

    New research puts conventional theories about Titanic disaster on ice

    Academics at the University of Sheffield have dispelled a long-held theory that the Titanic was unlucky for sailing in a year with an exceptional number of icebergs and say the risk of icebergs is actually higher now.

    Categorised under: Research and Social science
  14. Comment: Dear Maria Miller, it really wasn’t all your fault

    Professor Matthew Flinders from the University of Sheffield, Director of the University of Sheffield's Sir Bernard Crick Centre for the Public Understanding of Politics comments on Maria Miller's resignation as Culture Secretary.

    Categorised under: Comment and Social science
  15. Foodbanks

    Parliamentary inquiry should consider the impact of welfare reform on demand for food banks

    The Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) is today (Wednesday 9 April 2014) urging a new Parliamentary inquiry into food poverty to consider the impact welfare reform is having on food banks in the UK.

    Categorised under: Research and Social science