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Royce Insitute Introduction

Background to the Royce@Sheffield and the Royce Translational Centre.

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Forensic Scientists Watching TV

How would Sherlock get on in a real crime scene? What crucial clue does Silent Witness need to pick up on? We asked two of our Forensic Science students to dissect the BBC's finest detectives!

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Information and Digital Literacy Workshops

Looking for quality, relevant information for your assignment?Would you like to learn more about avoiding plagiarism and how to reference correctly?Or maybe you want to stand out from the crowd and…

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INSIGNEO

The INSIGNEO Institute for in silico medicine is a collaborative initiative between the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. It is a multi-disciplinary…

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Introduction: bio-modelling, the new frontier in healthcare

Introduction to a short series of films examining biological modelling in medicine.

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Introduction: bio-modelling, the new frontier in healthcare

Introduction to a short series of films examining biological modelling in medicine.

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Musculoskeletal disease: osteoporosis, modelling, muscles & bone strength

Third in a short series of films examining biological modelling in medicine.

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Cardiovascular disease: atherosclerosis, fundamental biology & optimised stenting

Second in a short series of films examining biological modelling in medicine

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Urological disorders: models, microstructure, mechanics & bladder function

Fourth in a short series of films examining biological modelling in medicine.

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Using Bioengineering - 3D Printing and Repairing Damaged Nerves

Dr Frederik Claeyssens, Course Director, and Professor John Haycock, Professor of Bioengineering, talk about their research work in repairing damaged nerves and how this is used to improve the lives…

From  Adam Greenwood 2 Months ago 0 likes 113 views 0