Congratulations to all our students who have graduated. We've also awarded honorary degrees to 10 inspirational people, including former astronaut and first Briton in space Dr Helen Sharman OBE.
The DNA's natural repair toolkit could hold the key to slowing down the progression of motor neurone disease (MND), dementia and neurological decline associated with ageing.
We invest to create the right environment for you. That means outstanding facilities and support – and the freedom to do things your own way.
Sheffield academics are experts in their chosen fields – and they all care deeply about teaching. Find out how we teach and what it means for you.
Our researchers have helped to manufacture microscopic versions of the cocoons spun by silkworms in order to store sensitive proteins. The technology could be used in pharmaceuticals to treat a range of illnesses.
How are decisions made about funding for treatments and drugs? Learn and debate with our experts.
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Congratulations to the class of 2017
Our teaching is delivered by experts, shaped by students and engages students with the world.
We're working with partners to bring cultural vibrancy, improved skills and a prosperous economy to the Sheffield City Region.
We're leading on a campaign to highlight the value of international staff and students.
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