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Kroto Day 2019

School pupils enjoyed some hands-on chemistry activities this week in memory of internationally renowned Nobel Prize winner and University of Sheffield graduate, Sir Harry Kroto.

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Salters Festival of Chemistry 2019

The Department of Chemistry hosted fifteen schools from across South Yorkshire and the Midlands for the annual Salters' Festival of Chemistry. Each school was represented by a team of four…

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New compound which kills antibiotic resistant superbugs discovered

A new compound developed by University of Sheffield experts has killed antibiotic resistant gram-negative bacteria, including E. coli, during tests

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Buckyball Science - The Scientific Scale

This is Video 1 in a series of 3 Videos in the Buckyball Science Videos, following the 'Introduction Video'. Video 1 - The Scientific Scale Video 2 - Sir Harry Kroto and the Buckyball…

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Buckyball Science - Sir Harry Kroto and the Buckyball

This is Video 2 in a series of 3 Videos in the Buckyball Science Videos, following the 'Introduction Video'. Video 1 - The Scientific Scale Video 2 - Sir Harry Kroto and the Buckyball…

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Buckyball Science - Marvellous Molecules

This is Video 3 in a series of 3 Videos in the Buckyball Science Videos, following the 'Introduction Video'. Video 1 - The Scientific Scale Video 2 - Sir Harry Kroto and the Buckyball…

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Buckyball Science - Introduction

This is the Introduction Video for a series of 3 Videos in the Buckyball Science Videos set. Video 1 - The Scientific Scale Video 2 - Sir Harry Kroto and the Buckyball workshop Video 3 - Marvellous…

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Edible Experiments for #Circus250 - Toffee Apples

To celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of modern circus in the UK, Dr Joanna Buckley is taking a closer look at six foods we commonly associate with the circus and fairground and delving…

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Edible Experiments for #Circus250 - Popcorn

To celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of modern circus in the UK, Dr Joanna Buckley is taking a closer look at six foods we commonly associate with the circus and fairground and delving…

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Edible Experiments for #Circus250 - Peanuts

To celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of modern circus in the UK, Dr Joanna Buckley is taking a closer look at six foods we commonly associate with the circus and fairground and delving…

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Edible Experiments for #Circus250 - Hot Dogs

To celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of modern circus in the UK, Dr Joanna Buckley is taking a closer look at six foods we commonly associate with the circus and fairground and delving…

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Edible Experiments for #Circus250 - Candyfloss

To celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of modern circus in the UK, Dr Joanna Buckley is taking a closer look at six foods we commonly associate with the circus and fairground and delving…

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Edible Experiments for #Circus250 - Burgers

To celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of modern circus in the UK, Dr Joanna Buckley is taking a closer look at six foods we commonly associate with the circus and fairground and delving…

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What's it like to meet a Nobel Prize winning chemist?

When former University of Sheffield lecturer (and 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner) Sir J. Fraser Stoddart came back to visit our Chemistry department he brought a wealth of experience with him -…

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Dr Helen Sharman OBE - from Sheffield to space

Sheffield Chemistry alumna Dr Helen Sharman OBE is most famously known for becoming the first British astronaut to visit the Mir space station. In this video, she describes the moment she realised…

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Student interview: Maya Singer Hobbs, Chemistry

An interview with Maya Singer Hobbs, an undergraduate student in the Department of Chemistry, about her time on the Chemistry with Study in America course.

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