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    Piling up evidence for different haemorrhoid treatments

    Alternative treatments which could enable patients to recover quicker and less painfully from bulging prolapsed piles are to be tested in a ground breaking UK wide study led by experts from the University of Sheffield.

    Categorised under: Research and Medicine, dentistry and health
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    Engineers use ultrasound to improve the performance of household oils

    Experts at the University of Sheffield have developed a test procedure to measure the performance of everyday household oils, such as WD-40 Multi-Use Product, which has many applications including loosening rusty bolts and removing dirt and heavy soiling from surfaces.

    Categorised under: Engineering and Research
  3. Dr Julia Schroeder and Dr Hannah Dugdale

    Research reveals low exposure of excellent work by female scientists

    Scientists at the University of Sheffield have found that high quality science by female academics is underrepresented in comparison to that of their male counterparts.

    Categorised under: Science and Research
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    More help needed for nerve damage sufferers

    Researchers at the University of Sheffield have launched a pioneering study to find the exact cause of diabetic nerve damage.

    Categorised under: Research and Medicine, dentistry and health
  5. Sheffield Science Gateway

    Gateway to connect research excellence and industry

    External partners taking revolutionary research from the University of Sheffield and turning it into real-world technologies today will profit from a new science gateway, forging more exciting collaborations between experts and industry.

    Categorised under: Science and Research
  6. Greenland Ice Sheet

    Jet stream changes cause climatically exceptional Greenland Ice Sheet melt

    Research from the University of Sheffield has shown that unusual changes in atmospheric jet stream circulation caused the exceptional surface melt of the Greenland Ice Sheet (GrIS) in summer 2012.

    Categorised under: International, Research and Social science
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    South Asian women should no longer be considered at low risk of breast cancer

    Researchers from the University of Sheffield have discovered a significant increase in breast cancer cases in South Asian women – a group who were previously considered at lower risk.

    Categorised under: International, Research and Medicine, dentistry and health
  8. Advanced Manufacturing Park

    University of Sheffield's AMRC to build Factory 2050

    The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) with Boeing has secured funding for a new £43 million state-of-the-art research factory, to meet the future needs of aerospace and other high-value manufacturing industries.

    Categorised under: Engineering and Research
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    Research reveals Europe winning war on undeclared work

    Research from the University of Sheffield has found that the wider range of policy approaches and measures which have been introduced in all EU Member States over the past five years have had a significant impact on preventing businesses and people from engaging in undeclared work.

    Categorised under: International and Research
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    Major study compiles recent technology advances to more accurately predict climate-change impact

    Climate change experts led by the University of Sheffield say advances in simulations are creating a more accurate picture of the future, and current global sea-level rise due to Antarctic ice loss might only be half what has been reported in major studies in the last few years.

    Categorised under: Research and Social science
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    Research outlines 19 ways for businesses to drive positive behaviour in society

    A handbook offering advice for businesses of every kind to help drive much needed social change the world over has been formulated by experts from the University of Sheffield’s Management School.

    Categorised under: Research and Social science
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    World leading scientists join forces to fight devastating degenerative disease

    More than 200 international scientists and clinicians who are fighting to find a cure for the devastating degenerative condition Motor Neurone Disease (MND) will gather in Sheffield for a world leading event.

    Categorised under: International, Events, Research and Medicine, dentistry and health
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    Older people have a thirst for technology

    Older adults want to adopt modern technology to help improve their quality of life, despite a huge 'technology gap', new research has found.

    Categorised under: Community, Research and Medicine, dentistry and health
  14. Dr Ellery Frahm

    New archaeological ‘high definition’ sourcing sharpens understanding of the past

    A new method of sourcing the origins of artifacts in high definition is set to improve our understanding of the past.

    Categorised under: Arts and humanities, International and Research
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    Research which makes a difference recognised by new awards

    Impact making academics from the University of Sheffield whose research has transformed the world we live in have received trophies as well as thousands of pounds of grants from a funding body for their research at a new annual awards ceremony.

    Categorised under: Awards/achievements, Research, Teaching and Students and alumni