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  • 3D printed nerve guides

    Professor John Haycock and Dr Frederik Claeyssens have succeeded in using a 3D printed guide to help nerves damaged in traumatic incidents repair themselves.

    Categorised under: Research

    This article is located in a different section of the University of Sheffield website.

  • Discovering science

    Sheffield Science Exhibition

    A series of creative, engaging workshops, organised by postgraduate students, open to the general public to discover the wonderful world of science and engineering.

    Categorised under: Postgraduate, Outreach and Events

  • Professor Allwood

    Professorship for Dr Dan Allwood

    Congratulations to Dr Dan Allwood, promoted to Professor within the Department of Materials Science and Engineering.

    Categorised under: Staff

  • A cracked polymer

    Industry Open Day

    A chance for industry representatives to learn about collaborative research and development opportunities within the department.

    Categorised under: Research, Industry and Events

  • Sheffield materials research

    Autumn Statement

    Chancellor George Osborne announces the news that Sheffield will be a key innovation hub for the north.

    Categorised under: Research, Comment and Industry

  • Dr Kaprons with fellow course attendees

    IEEP Fellowship for Short Courses Director

    Dr Plato Kapranos has successfully completed the one year International Enterprise Education Programme (IEEP).

    Categorised under: Teaching and Staff

  • Professor Ungar receiving the award

    Prof receives West Lake Friendship Award

    Congratulations to Professor Goran Ungar on receiving the West Lake Friendship Award from the Vice-President of Zhejiang Province in China.

  • Alcoa Foundation logo

    Alcoa Foundation Grant

    The Department is to receive $15,000 from the Alcoa Foundation to support undergraduate and postgraduate education.

  • Claire Johnson delivering a workshop at the 'Off with a Bang' event

    Teaching technician achieves fellow status

    Congratulations to Claire Johnson, Departmental Teaching Technician at the Bioincubator, on receiving fellowship status from The Higher Education Academy (HEA).

  • Professor Brad Wynne promoting the DTC courses

    Professor Wynne becomes Culham Chair

    Congratulations to Professor Brad Wynne on his appointed as Culham Professor of Materials Technology. 

  • Nuclear image

    Thermal treatment of radioactive wastes

    A one day symposium held on 15 January 2015 at the Birchwood Center, Risley. Hosted by Professor Neil Hyatt, The University of Sheffield and Dr Sean Morgan, Sellafield Ltd.

  • Prof Sheila MacNeil

    Biomedical engineering presentation

    Professor of Tissue Engineering Sheila MacNeil will be giving a Biomedical Engineering Presentation at the Institution of Engineering Technology South Yorkshire Local Network (IET SYLN) on Wednesday 12 November.

  • Marcliffe Primary School children get a close up of the glass

    School children discover the art of glass!

    Sixty Year 2 school children from Marcliffe Primary School in Hillsborough took a coach trip to the Sir Robert Hadfield Building to discover the beauty of glass.

    Categorised under: Outreach and Turner Museum

  • Turner Museum of Glass

    Turner Museum of Glass

    The Turner Museum of Glass receives a full fledged makeover thanks to the generosity of Alumni, the Faculty of Engineering and University.

  • Magnetic Tornadoes

    Computers of the future could be built from ‘magnetic tornadoes’, according to new research into nanotechnology.