AI to help reduce flooding and river pollution across Yorkshire
Game-changing artificial intelligence that can predict blockages in sewers to help cut pollution incidents and improve the health of rivers has been developed as part of a collaboration between the University of Sheffield, Siemens and Yorkshire Water
Department Secures Silver Award from Athena Swan
The Department of Civil and Structural Engineering is proud to announce it has been awarded a Silver Award from Athena Swan, in recognition of its work to ensure gender equality in the workplace.
COVID: how the disease moves through the air
Dr Abigail Hathway has co-authored an article in The Conversation which discusses how the virus travels through the air in buildings. It explains how the virus is emitted from the infected and what the risks are to individuals within indoor settings.Published by The Conversation
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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