Engineering at Sheffield
We are one of the biggest providers of engineering research and education in the UK, with 6,700 students and an annual research income of £89m+ We deliver inclusive, world-leading education and excellent, impactful research at scale, for the public good, across all major engineering disciplines
Charging towards the next generation of batteries
Batteries are everywhere, but the process for manufacturing them is expensive, energy intensive and relies on depleting resources. Our researchers are at the forefront of developing new, innovative materials to create a brighter future for batteries.
Sheffield to partner in new £42.5m Dstl Materials Centre of Excellence
Sheffield is delighted to be a Partner in this new advanced materials centre of excellence, and to support the development of exciting new materials for extreme environments
Sheffield researchers to transform vaccine manufacturing with £2m Innovate UK grant
Pandemic readiness is to be significantly boosted through new RNA vaccine manufacturing processes developed by Sheffield researchers.
Battery health problems may have just been solved by Sheffield engineers
A new way of determining the internal structure and health of batteries that power many of the electronic devices and vehicles at the centre of our everyday lives, has been developed by mechanical engineers at the University of Sheffield.
The Faculty of Engineering comprises seven academic departments and three interdisciplinary programme areas covering all the engineering disciplines.
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