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Anatomy of Heart

This video about the heart covers a range of topics including: the function and gross anatomy of the heart, the pathways of the blood through the heart and the embryonic remnants seen in the heart. …

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Your teeth you are in control

Video from a dentist's perspective

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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.

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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…

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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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Combined examples of ends

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

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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 129 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.

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Dr Jill Edmondson on myHarvest

Scientists at the University of Sheffield need your help in tracking how much fruit and vegetables are grown in gardens and allotments across the UK. Jill Edmonson explains how you can get involved

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First footage of otter in the Peak District

Otter numbers crashed in the UK becoming locally extinct in much of England by the 1970s. Bans on pesticides, legal protection, improvements in water quality and targeted conservation effort have led…

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DNA GPS - What is the origin of Yiddish

The origin of Yiddish, the millennium old language of Ashkenazic Jews, is something which linguists have questioned for decades. Now, a pioneering tool – the Geographic Population Structure…

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Showcasing our Plant Production & Protection (P3) Facilities

P3 is a translational research Centre encompassing the breadth of plant and soil science expertise within the University of Sheffield. From this short film you can see how the P3 Centre has…

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Shell Partnership for Microfossil Analysis

A NERC Open CASE Studentship on the theme of energy has brought together palynology PhD student Stephanie Wood, University of Sheffield, and leading petrochemical company Shell. Together they are…

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Sheffield Alumni - Bryony Page

Bryony Page graduated from the University of Sheffield with a first-class degree in Biology in 2015. Bryony became the first British trampolinist to win an Olympic medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics…

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