University of Sheffield recognised for its impact on society and the economy
The University of Sheffield is in the top 10 per cent of universities in England for working with businesses to find solutions to problems in industry and society, according to a new framework published today (Wednesday 31 March).
Pioneering study will investigate ways to improve women’s chances of having a baby
A pioneering study is to evaluate ways to improve women’s chances of a successful pregnancy and increase live birth rates in those undergoing treatments for infertility and recurrent miscarriages.
Prioritise opportunities for chance to say final goodbye during COVID-19 pandemic, new study finds
Phone calls between patients and their relatives should be prioritised during the pandemic to allow loved ones to say goodbye, a new study providing recommendations to healthcare professionals has suggested.
New study finds strong immune response following Covid-19 vaccination
First findings from PITCH study, led by the Universities of Sheffield and Oxford and funded by the Department of Health and Social Care, shows one dose of the Pfizer vaccine generates robust T cell and antibody responses in 99 per cent of people
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