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Your teeth you are in control

Video from a dentist's perspective

From  Alicia Shephard A week ago 0 likes 3 views 0  

The Mattress Moment

What use is an old mattress? This is the fascinating story of how our scientists are helping to solve the global food crisis using the most unlikely of materials - a pile of old mattresses.

From  Ruth Kirkman 2 Weeks ago 0 likes 48 views 0  

Sovra Whitcroft - G20 Introduction

Students from the School of East Asian Studies visited the G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan in June 2019.

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Little Tales of Joy in Research by Heloise Stevance

A large number of reports about the mental health and wellbeing of researchers and academics in HE keep reminding us that things are not very rosy at the moment. Much of what is being written about…

From  Sandrine Soubes 3 Weeks ago 0 likes 6 views

Combined examples of ends

Simon Willerton from the School of Mathematics and Statistics looks at combined examples of ends

From  Graham McElearney A month ago 0 likes 5 views 0  

Revealed: Chatsworth's servants over the centuries

Three PhD students from the School of English have had unprecedented access to previously unseen archives at Chatsworth House for the first time. The findings have revealed fascinating new insights…

From  Ruth Kirkman 2 Months ago 0 likes 107 views 0  

Celebrating 100 Years of Sport at Sheffield

Today's sporting students look back at the important role sport has played at the University over the past century.

From  Ruth Kirkman 2 Months ago 0 likes 32 views 0  

Scientists observe largest solar flare in 12 years

The Sun’s largest solar flare in more than 12 years – and the eighth largest since modern records began in 1996 – has been captured in high detail by a team of researchers from the…

From  Faculty Of Science 2 Months ago 0 likes 2 views 0  

Children's Use of Technology and Apps - Jackie Marsh

Professor Jackie Marsh talks about her study in collaboration with CBeebies looking at young children's play and creativity when using tablets and apps.

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Family Pop-up Maker Spaces - Jackie Marsh

Getting creative with our experts! Jackie Marsh is Professor of Education at the University of Sheffield, her maker spaces feature a virtual reality exhibition, 3D printing and lots of maker kits for…

From  Thomas Wilson 3 Months ago 0 likes 10 views 0  

Maker Spaces in Early Childhood Education - Jackie Marsh

Looking at Jackie's work on http://makeyproject.eu - a project exploring ‘maker culture' in the development of children’s digital literacy and creative design skills.

From  Thomas Wilson 3 Months ago 0 likes 9 views 0  

Postgraduate Study in the Department of Music (Mandarin version)

Yiyun talks in Mandarin about her experience as an MA student in the Department of Music at the University of Sheffield. She explores what it's like to study a Masters degree and explains about…

From  Helen Heaton 3 Months ago 0 likes 41 views 0  

Celebrating 40 years of Korean Studies

2019 marks 40 years since SEAS began teaching Korean Studies. To celebrate our anniversary we commissioned two giant tradition Korean Totem Pole carvings. Created by artist Jinsik Kim, these Totem…

From  Keighley Allen 3 Months ago 0 likes 29 views 0  

Phlegm Exhibition - Mausoleum of the Giants

Have you experienced Phlegm's 'Mausoleum of the Giants' exhibition yet? Running until April 6, the unique spectacle by acclaimed artist Phlegm is drawing huge crowds from across the…

From  Ryan Hills 3 Months ago 0 likes 1,423 views 0  

Phlegm - Mausoleum of the Giants

Have you experienced Phlegm's 'Mausoleum of the Giants' exhibition yet? Running until April 6, the unique spectacle by acclaimed artist Phlegm is drawing huge crowds from across the…

From  Ryan Hills 3 Months ago 0 likes 22 views 0