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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Centre for the Freedom of the Media

    University leads call for the protection and safety of journalists across the world

    The Centre for Freedom of the Media (CFOM) at the University of Sheffield yesterday led a call for the increased safety and protection of journalists across the world.

    Categorised under: Events and Social science
  4. Subways are for Sleeping

    Forgotten Broadway musical reconstructed for European premiere

    A forgotten Broadway musical will get its European premiere after a University of Sheffield student worked through boxes of neglected manuscripts to reconstruct the score, which has not been heard anywhere in the world since 1962.

    Categorised under: Arts and humanities, Events and Students and alumni
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    24-hour lecture marathon in tribute to a remarkable scientist

    World-leading academics from the University of Sheffield are taking part in a 24-hour charity lecture marathon this week (27-28 March 2014) in tribute to a remarkable scientist who dedicated his life to inspiring others through science.

    Categorised under: Science, Events and Community
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    Regeneration expert speaks about transforming high streets across the world

    An internationally-recognised regeneration expert will visit the University of Sheffield to share how he brought empty shops back to life in his Australian hometown and how that idea could be used to transform run-down city centres across the world.

    Categorised under: Events, Community and Social science
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    One of the world's leading female engineers is recognised by University

    The revolutionary engineering graduate school building at the University of Sheffield has today (7 February 2014) been named after one of the world's leading female engineers.

    Categorised under: Events, Engineering and Community
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    University students tell Parliament why international students are vital to the UK

    The University of Sheffield's Students' Union President and International Officer are in Parliament today (30 January 2014), making a strong case for international students as the controversial Immigration Bill returns to the House of Commons.

    Categorised under: International and Events
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    New initiative to combat underrepresentation of senior female medics

    A team of dedicated doctors and health care professionals have joined forces in order to combat the significant underrepresentation of women in medicine.

    Categorised under: Events and Medicine, dentistry and health
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    Film festival celebrates countdown to Tour de France

    Big screen showings of classic cycling films will be held at the University of Sheffield as part of the official 100-day countdown to the Tour de France's Grand Départ.

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    Inspirational student honoured after helping to empower and improve the lives across the world

    An inspirational student dedicated to improving the lives of others across the world has been awarded the prestigious Chancellor's Medal from the University of Sheffield in recognition of her exceptional voluntary work.

    Categorised under: Awards/achievements, International and Events
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    Piecing together the history of Sheffield medics in the Great War

    A retired doctor is appealing for people across Yorkshire and Derbyshire to share family stories, archives, real life accounts or pictures of their ancestors who were part of the Sheffield medical effort in the First World War.

    Categorised under: Events and Medicine, dentistry and health
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    Rising sports stars honoured by BBC presenter

    Rising sports stars of the future shone brightly at a special awards ceremony at the University of Sheffield last week (14 November 2013).

    Categorised under: Awards/achievements, Events and Students and alumni
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    Ground-breaking film encourages talented Indian students to study in the UK

    Over 70 years after International Students' Day was first marked in London by the International Students Council, UK universities are today (Monday 18 November 2013) launching a new film aimed at helping the most talented Indian students better understand the process of applying to the UK’s world-leading universities.

    Categorised under: International, Events and Community
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    Developing new methods to assess complex health technologies

    An international research team from across Europe will meet in Sheffield this week in order to develop new methods for assessing complex health technologies.

    Categorised under: Events, Community, Research and Medicine, dentistry and health