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Researchers from our Blast Group are featured in The Sheffield Star for their research which will give unprecedented insight into the behaviour of explosives
The Peak District is known for its serene beauty but some very noisy neighbours from our Department are shattering the peace.
Congratulations to Danny Smyl who has received £400k for the EPSRC project "Three-dimensional electrical tomography for imaging large concrete members"
The project will run for three years, aims to develop a new technique for imaging large concrete structures will be carried at the new ICAIR centre (pictured).
Professor Martin Mayfield discusses flooding with the Yorkshire Post
Rise in flood victims more likely to suffer from poor mental health, Yorkshire flooding experts warn.Published by the Yorkshire Post
New blast laboratory to help protect against terrorist attacks
A new world class laboratory that is set to develop an unprecedented insight into the behaviour of explosives - data which could help to improve the UK’s ability to protect against terrorist attacks - is being launched by engineers at the University
What happens when a bomb explodes?
Watch this video showing the fantastic work of Dr Sam Clarke and Dr Sam Rigby at our Blast Laboratory where they work with the Ministry of Defence on the impact of explosions at close range.
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