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Introduction to #ReadingForDiversity

The #ReadingForDiversity campaign invites staff, students and the wider community to get involved in a conversation about reading for diversity. Students and staff will nominate a book based around a…

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ReadingForDiversity - LGBT History Month

As part of LGBT+ History Month, some of our staff and students have nominated books either by LGBT+ authors, or with an LGBT+ theme. Have you been inspired by a particular book or author? Share your…

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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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Diminishment and Resistance: The Civil Power of Journalism

Journalism and the values it represents are under threat. In her inaugural lecture as UNESCO Chair on Media Freedom, Journalism Safety and the Issue of Impunity, Professor Jackie Harrison…

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Have your say... The Library Survey 2018

As we plan for the future of library services and library buildings, it is very important that we understand your perceptions and expectations. Comments from previous surveys have really made a…

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27-D Female internal genitalia

Demonstration of the female internal genitalia shown using a sagittal bisection of the pelvis. Structures which lie off the midline.

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Wendy Michallat - 320 Rue St Jacques

In November 1939 Madeleine Blaess, a French-born, British-raised student, set off for Paris to study for a doctorate in Medieval French literature at the Sorbonne. In June 1940, the German invasion…

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Opening of the Diamond building by first Briton in space - Dr Helen Sharman OBE, alumna of the University of Sheffield

University of Sheffield alumna and the first Briton to go into space, Dr Helen Sharman OBE, has officially opened the Diamond - the University’s newest world-class teaching and research…

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Level 1 Field Class to York (2018)

70 first year students recently went on a field class to York, where they had the opportunity to experience firsthand many of the themes and ideas that they have been taught in lectures and seminars.

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In Memory - Performers and the Great War

Short animation in memory of performers during the first world war.

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Get the Library Bug... #ShefLibraryBug

For a chance to win a pair of Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones, follow us on social media https://twitter.com/UniSheffieldLib https://www.instagram.com/unisheffieldlib/…

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Using StarPlus

StarPlus is the University Library's discovery system. Use StarPlus to check whether the Library holds a specific item or to discover information related to your area of research. Watch this…

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10-G open abdomen

The open anterior abdominal wall

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15-D removal of right nasal septum

removal of the nasal septum

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2-M End session

Putting the cadaver away for the next session

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