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  • 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.

  • Zahra Pishgahi Fard, Simon Pike, Ian Moore and Gifty Tetteh at Swindon Technology Park

    Swinden Technology Centre

    Winners of the second year postgraduate poster competition got an exclusive tour of TATA Steels Swinden Technology Centre.

  • Rt Hon George Freeman with Gifty Tetteh


    PhD student wins Best Biomechanics paper at the Medical Engineering Centres annual meeting 2014.

  • Prof Mark Rainforth and Dr Highett

    University Impact Awards

    Two research groups from the Department have won a University of Sheffield Enterprise Innovation and Impact award.

  • Glass exhibtion

    Festival of the Mind

    On Saturday 20 and 27 September, the public will have the opportunity to tour the Department's Turner Museum of Glass and see a live glass demonstration.

  • Biomaterials centre in Pakistan

    International collaboration in biomaterials

    Biomaterials staff develop international collaboration through Pakistan/UK Fellowships.

  • Alev in cap and gown

    Alev Yaraman

    Congratulations to Alumna and Society of Glass Technology Fellow, Alev Yaraman, receiving honorary degree.

    Categorised under: Alumni