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  • Aerospace Engineering student from the University of Sheffield has celebrated their success after receiving the Diamond Jubilee Scholarship from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). 

    Categorised under: Student news

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  • Dr Rachael Rothman, Faculty Director for Women in Engineering responds to engineering barbie and why it falls short of the mark. 

    Categorised under: Women in Engineering

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  • Students from the University of Sheffield have won a prestigious international competition to develop a low-cost telescope to be lifted into space by a helium balloon to observe the Sun. 

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  • New study launched to improve the design and efficiency of lead acid batteries in electric vehicles

    A Sheffield academic has been awarded over £100k from the Engineering Physical Sciences and Research Council (EPSRC) to investigate improving the efficiency of lead acid batteries for Electric Vehicles. 

    Categorised under: Research news

  • Indian student Saylee Jangam

    University speaks in support of international students amid national fall in Indian student numbers

    University speaks out in support of international students amid national fall in Indian student numbers 

    Categorised under: Student news and International News

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  • Sheffield academic to create first zero energy cooled school

    Sheffield academic to create first zero energy cooled school in the Middle East 

    Categorised under: Research news

  • Liam Mullen receives first prize – an iPad pro – from Philip Hoare, managing director of Atkins. Pho

    An engineering student has won The Guardian’s Journey of the Future competition

    Aerospace engineering student from the University of Sheffield has won The Guardian’s Journey of the Future competition, in which students were asked to pitch their innovative transport solutions to a panel of expert judges.  

    Categorised under: Student news

  • Royal Academy Fellowship

    An academic from the University of Sheffield has been awarded five years’ funding to advance their work in functional materials for energy applications by the Royal Academy of Engineering. 

    Categorised under: Research news

  • The Department of Materials Science and Engineering is to play a key role in the UK’s new Future Manufacturing Hubs, announced today, Monday 5th December, by the Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation, Jo Johnson.

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  • Dt Viktor Fedun,from the Department of Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering and his international collaborators were receive a Lorentz grant to host workshop entitled: ‘Solar-Terrestrial and Experimental Plasma Physics Synergy (STEPPS)’. It is scheduled to take place between the 10th – 13th April 2017.  

    Categorised under: Research news and Faculty news

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  • Pro Vice Chancellor Professor Mike Hounslow and Dr Rachael Rothman receiving the cheque

    University of Sheffield welcomes industry donation to boost number of women engineers

    The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) and AESSEAL, manufacturer of mechanical seals and support systems, have donated £50,000 to The University of Sheffield to create a step change in the number of women studying and working in engineering. 

    Categorised under: Women in Engineering

  • DARS 2016

    Sheffield Robotics heads up international conference

    Sheffield Robotics is running an international conference looking at the role of autonomous robots in the future, DARS 2016. 

    Categorised under: Research news, Public Engagement and International News

  • The Women in Engineering Student Society have created a children's book, Suzie and Ricky - The Crash Landing, to try and get children interested in engineering and help parents to understand what engineers do. To support the launch of the book we've also developed a website called Engineering Is that includes an animated video along with four online games based around engineering, you can also request an e-book or the original Suzie and Ricky along with downloadable guides for parents and lesson plans for teachers and carers to use

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  • The Sir Henry Royce Institute for Advanced Materials has appointed a leading Sheffield Materials scientist and engineer as Chief Executive.

    Andrew Hosty, an alumnus of the University of Sheffield, joins the Institute having previously worked for Morgan Advanced Materials Plc, where he was Chief Operating Officer.

    Categorised under: Research news, Faculty news and Faculty Estate Development

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  • The Imaginarium

    On Saturday 29th October Engineering at Sheffield held an exciting free event celebrating Sheffield’s Year of Making and our heritage as makers. From 10am to 3pm over 900 visitors joined us in The Diamond for family friendly talks and fun, hands-on activities. 

    Categorised under: Public Engagement