First videos to show the helix of ‘dancing DNA’ developed by scientists
Videos allowing us to see for the first time how small circles of DNA adopt dance-like movements inside a cell have been developed by researchers at universities in Yorkshire.
Developing bio-based materials for a greener world.
Researchers at the University of Sheffield have been developing a range of bio-based materials with the potential to replace non-recyclable plastics in packaging applications and are now making progress on up-scaling production processes.
High strength steels offer the potential to lower CO2 emissions in the automotive industry
Researchers from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering have developed a completely new way of making high strength steel that is easy to adapt to mass manufacture.
Researchers develop an energy efficient technique for densification of biocompatible glass powder.
Researchers from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering have applied a new low temperature (<250°C) processing technique to bioactive glasses which could be used to repair human tissues in a safe, sustainable way.