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Third year research projects in Psychology

Year 3 students of our psychology undergraduate course complete their own research project in their chosen research field. Listen to Constance explaining her research.

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Improving Parkinson's disease treatment with the Sheffield Scanner

We are working to raise £2 million to establish a ground-breaking MRI-PET facility. MRI-PET is the most advanced imaging technology to date, and will transform our understanding and treatment…

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Why I'm supporting the Sheffield Scanner - Wyn Morgan

Vice-President for Education, Professor Wyn Morgan, shares why he is so keen to take part in the Big Walk and support the Sheffield Scanner. http://ww.sheffield.ac.uk/sheffieldscanner

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Fighting Motor Neurone Disease with the Sheffield Scanner

We are working to raise £2 million to establish a ground-breaking MRI-PET facility. MRI-PET is the most advanced imaging technology to date, and will transform our understanding of serious…

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Final steps to award after minor corrections to your research degree thesis

If you've completed the minor corrections to your thesis, here is some information on what the final steps will be before the process of your award.

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East Asian Text and Culture - Research in SEAS

Researchers in the School of East Asian Studies, University of Sheffield discuss their research into East Asian Culture, History, Literature and Texts.

From  Keighley Cowood 2 Months ago 0 likes 2 views 0  

Movement, Economy and Development in East Asia - Research in SEAS

Researchers in the School of East Asian Studies, University of Sheffield discuss their research into East Asian Migration, Economy, Urban Geography and Anthropology.

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Hidden history: Rebuilding Sheffield Castle

There's a castle underneath Sheffield, buried for four hundred years. So why does no-one know about it?Working from previously unexplored archives and making use of exciting new technologies,…

From  Ruth Kirkman 2 Months ago 0 likes 1,911 views 0  

Tightrope Walkers: Social Media, Equity, and Educational Practice

This keynote talk is by Dr David Webster - Head of Learning & Teaching Innovation at The University of Gloucestershire. Social Media is touted as a panacea for course engagement. As generational…

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Improving cancer treatment with the Sheffield Scanner

We are working to raise £2 million to establish a ground-breaking MRI-PET facility. MRI-PET is the most advanced imaging technology to date, and will transform our understanding and treatment…

From  Nick Kennard 2 Months ago 0 likes 76 views 0  

CATCH: The Centre for Assisitve Technology and Connected Healthcare

How CATCH - the University's Centre for Assistive Technology and Healthcare - is driving forward research into new technologies that will enable people to live well and age well. Learn more…

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Preparing for your viva voce

A quick guide to preparation for your PhD or other research degree viva voce.

From  Laura Stanley 2 Months ago 0 likes 139 views 0  

Resubmitting your thesis

A quick guide to resubmitting your research degree thesis after major amendments.

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So, you want to submit your thesis...

A quick guide to how to submit a research degree thesis.

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Big CACTUS Final Result Video

This video is a summary of the results of the Big CACTUS study. For more information on this study, please visit: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/scharr/sections/dts/ctru/bigcactus

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Criticism in Science....

This video examines key issues in the way that science is critiqued, and looks at some of the reasons why scientists they not critique their own work as rigorously as they sometimes should......

From  Graham McElearney 4 Months ago 0 likes 6 views 0