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Research Data Management

Research Data Management workshop delivered by Jennifer Smith (Scholarly Communications Librarian) for 1st year PhD students in the Faculty of Science.

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How to beat digital distraction and write more episode 11 - How to reference your research well

In this short series of podcasts I want to help you be more productive with your writing and help you get things done. In this podcast I want to discuss the kind of things that will help your writing…

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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…

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Dr Gwen Reilly (Bioengineering Lecturer) - Wall of Women - The University of Sheffield

Our engineering diversity. As part of The University of Sheffield's 'Women in Engineering Initiative' we are interviewing our female engineers, past, present and future to talk about…

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Walking and Ageing

From the course 'The Musaculoskeletal System: The Science of Staying Alive Into Old Age' https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/musculoskeletal

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What is the Sound of Science?

The Sound of Science - the flagship event from the 2018 Festival of the Mind at The University of Sheffield - is a unique combination of music, performance and science, that explores some of the most…

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Research Professionalism & Integrity introduction lecture 2018

A lecture given by Professor Tony Ryan on research professionalism and integrity as part of a compulsory module for PhD students in the Faculty of Science. Followed by a panel discussion with other…

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2017 ScHARR Pemberton Lecture - Reform strategies for the NHS: effective or cosmetic cladding? - Dr Jennifer Dixon CBE

The NHS is the largest, highest profile, most complex and risky industry in Europe, in England alone spending £124bn this year, employing over 1m staff and providing care for the majority of…

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2018 ScHARR Pemberton Lecture - Universal Healthcare: The 21st Century's Greatest Healthcare Story - Sir David Nicholson

Universal Healthcare: The 21st Century's Greatest Healthcare StorySir David Nicholson CBE (Former Chief Executive NHS England) 136 countries have signed up to delivering universal healthcare for…

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Types of Sources

Study Skills Hack created by 301 Academic Skills Centre. Primary - first hand, immediate, raw, data/findings Secondary - second hand, after the fact, interpreted, analysis Quantitative - numerical,…

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