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We're collaborating with partners in the private, public and third sectors to find real world solutions to real world problems.

Discover magazine opens the door to this hidden world of innovation and invention. We want to inspire future collaborations and celebrate our existing external partnerships.

Read highlights of Discover issue one below to find out how we're solving real world problems. You can also view the magazine online or request a copy.

Zebrafish and fruit flies

Fruit FlyGenetic modelling using zebrafish and fruit flies at the University of Sheffield is reducing the time it takes to bring new drugs to market by identifying how existing drugs can be used in novel areas – giving hope to patients suffering from inherited diseases that treatments will be found sooner rather than later.

Zebrafish and fruit flies: giving hope to patients

Deep-hole drilling

Nikki Hilton - Nuclear AMRCNikki Hilton is getting used to jibes about being able to 'bore for England.' The 23-year-old University of Sheffield postgraduate engineer is leading a research project that will transform the way key components in the nuclear industry are produced – virtually doubling the current record for drilling deep holes into stainless steel.

Transforming the production of nuclear industry components

Björk's Biophilia

BjorkNikki Dibben sent a copy of her book about Björk to the Icelandic singer’s manager, she had no idea that it would lead to an invitation to work on the pop star's next album – the groundbreaking and hugely successful Biophilia.

Our app-etite for sounds

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