Sheffield’s titanium revolution to meet tomorrow’s aerospace manufacturing needs
Director of Aerospace Engineering, Dr Martin Jackson, explains how his research team is shaping the future of titanium alloy processing.
University of Sheffield's AMRC named Boeing Supplier of the Year
The University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) received international recognition for its outstanding research and development as it was named a Supplier of the Year by The Boeing Company.
Student takes part in European Space Agency's Fly a Rocket programme
Second year Aerospace Engineering student, Ben Schofield, is one of just 20 students chosen to take part in an exciting programme run by the European Space Agency.
Students vote University of Sheffield top of Russell Group and third best university nationally
The University of Sheffield has been voted number one in the Russell Group and third best university nationally, with its Students' Union voted best in the UK for the ninth year in a row by the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2017.
Comment: Why Boeing chose Sheffield
As Boeing announces its first manufacturing facility in Europe, President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Keith Burnett explains how we got here and what it means for the UK.
Boeing comes to Sheffield
In a move cementing Sheffield's advanced manufacturing reputation, the world's leading aerospace company, Boeing, has announced it is building its first European manufacturing facility in the region. Director of Aerospace Engineering, Dr Martin Jackson, had this to say about the annnouncement:
"This is an exciting development for the aerospace industry as a whole, and for our students here in Sheffield. We already have strong links with Boeing and we look forward to building on this to further enhance our curriculum and continue to give our graduates the skills they need to succeed in industry."
Diamond Jubilee scholarship
Outstanding first year Aerospace Engineering student, Myrtle Easter, has been awarded the Institution of Engineering and Technology's (IET) Diamond Jubilee Scholarship.
The Guardian student competition winner
Fourth year Aerospace Engineering student, Liam Mullen, has won the Guardian's Journey of the Future competition for his innovative idea to use virtual reality technology to clear the UK's busy roads.