New bandages could help to treat diabetic and burn wounds
New dressings that could be used to treat diabetic wounds and burns injuries more effectively have been developed by engineers from the University of Sheffield and COMSATS University Islamabad, Pakistan.
New Sheffield materials science lab to drive forward innovation post-Covid-19
New laboratory will explore how materials can be improved to support the energy industries and boost Britain’s post-Covid-19 recovery. Facility will support materials research to benefit areas such as nuclear fuels, energy storage, and solar cells.
University of Sheffield engineers make virtual science experiment website free for schools to use during coronavirus pandemic
A website created by engineers at the University of Sheffield has been made available to schools as a free resource for GCSE and A-Level physics students, allowing them to do virtual experiments and continue their learning during lockdown.
University of Sheffield scientists honoured for being at forefront of research and innovation in the UK
Two academics from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering have been recognised for their outstanding research that is at the forefront of research and innovation in the UK, and have been awarded Future Leaders Fellowships by UKRI.