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    Titanium Powder used to 3D print automotive parts

    To date, the 3D printing revolution has focused on the use of plastics – cheap printers' feedstock and high throughput. Until now 3D printing with metal has been prohibitively expensive because of the cost of titanium powders which currently sell for $200-$400 per kilogram.

    Categorised under: Engineering and Research
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    New research will allow more reliable dating of major past events

    Academics have developed a new method which will allow key past events to be dated more accurately.

    Categorised under: Science and Research
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    New protein could hold the key to stopping Parkinson's

    Tigar, a newly discovered protein in the world of Parkinson's, could be the key to stopping the degenerative disease according to research from the University of Sheffield.

    Categorised under: Research and Medicine, dentistry and health
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    Failure to discuss prognosis is detrimental for patients nearing the end of their life

    A failure to discuss prognosis with patients nearing the end of their life is having a detrimental effect on their appropriate care according to experts from the University of Sheffield's School of Nursing & Midwifery.

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    NHS 111 increases ambulance and urgent and emergency care use

    Research from the University of Sheffield has shown that the NHS 111 service has not reduced pressure on ambulance and emergency services during the first year of operation, as intended.

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    Financial incentive for breastfeeding mothers

    New measures are being tested by researchers from the University of Sheffield in an effort to improve breastfeeding rates.

    Categorised under: Research and Medicine, dentistry and health
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    Pupils choose grab-and-go foods at schools

    New research from nutrition experts at the University of Sheffield has revealed that sandwiches, pizza and puddings are the most popular dishes with pupils.

    Categorised under: Research and Medicine, dentistry and health
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    Volume of nuclear waste could be reduced by 90 per cent says new research

    Engineers from the University of Sheffield have developed a way to significantly reduce the volume of some higher activity wastes, which will reduce the cost of interim storage and final disposal.

    Categorised under: Engineering and Research
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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.

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    Energy efficiency makeover of homes has warming effect on neighbourhoods

    A study by the University of Sheffield has identified that making homes energy efficient also has a positive social impact on communities.

    Categorised under: Community and Research
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    Plants use latex to harm and heal

    Plants use natural latex in different ways, to help poison insects or rapidly heal wounds, a new study has found.

    Categorised under: Science, Engineering and Research
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    Project could save the eyesight of thousands

    Scientists from the University of Sheffield have partnered with a team in India for a project which could save the eyesight of thousands of people living in the South Asian country.

    Categorised under: Science, Research and Medicine, dentistry and health
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    Novel IBS treatment is explored through social media

    Experts from the University of Sheffield are using the power of social media to explore Vitamin D3 as a novel treatment to alleviate the devastating effects of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

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    Investigating dental health links with heart disease

    Scientists from the University of Sheffield are investigating whether withdrawing antibiotic cover for dental patients at risk of a serious heart infection is leading to more causes of the life-threatening illness.

    Categorised under: Research and Medicine, dentistry and health
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    New research gives insight into how “Living Stones” adapt to extreme conditions

    Research by scientists at the University of Sheffield has given new insight on how some plants adapt to extreme conditions which could help in the future development of efficient crops.

    Categorised under: Science and Research