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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 3 Days ago 0 likes 2 views 0  

Things are going downhill fast: Understanding massive landslides, by Professor Dave Petley, Vice-President for Research and Innovation

Please note, due to technical issues on the night, this video is of Professor Petley's slides, with his voice accompanying them, rather than a direct video of him speaking at the lecturn. There…

From  Jeanette Peat A month ago 0 likes 46 views 0  

Royce Insitute Introduction

Background to the Royce@Sheffield and the Royce Translational Centre.

From  Stephen Birch A month ago 0 likes 6 views 0  

Forensic Scientists Watching TV

How would Sherlock get on in a real crime scene? What crucial clue does Silent Witness need to pick up on? We asked two of our Forensic Science students to dissect the BBC's finest detectives!

From  Online Learning A month ago 0 likes 11 views 0  

Pharmacology: Basic Terminology

This video is helpful as a revision guide for level 2 Biomedical Science students and covers a section of the Core Physiology and Pharmacology taught in this year. The video may also provide a useful…

From  Neil Everill 2 Months ago 0 likes 22 views 0  

Overview of the GI Tract

This video is is intended to help facilitate the revision for level 1 biomedical science students, specifically for the BMS109 Physiology and Pharmacology module; and providing an overview of the…

From  Neil Everill 2 Months ago 0 likes 14 views 0  

The Heart

This whiteboard-type animation of the heart provides an overview of the basic anatomy and blood flow through the heart as well as electrical stimulation and information about causes and treatments…

From  Neil Everill 2 Months ago 0 likes 21 views 0  

A History of Nerve Agents

This presentation is a short animation style video explaining how nerve agents function and why they are so deadly. The presentation is aimed at anyone over16 years and over, and especially useful…

From  Neil Everill 2 Months ago 0 likes 17 views 0  

Implicit Bias and Stereotype threat in academia 2019

A lecture delivered by Jennifer Saul on 28th January 2019

From  Keira Borrill 2 Months ago 0 likes 3 views 0  

Dr Claudia Mazza - Wall of Women - The University of Sheffield

Claudia Mazza, Course Director of MSc Computational Medicine, Lecturer and Researcher in Mechanical Engineering, talks as part of The University of Sheffield's 'Women in Engineering…

From  Adam Greenwood 3 Months ago 0 likes 4 views 0  

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…

From  Adam Greenwood 3 Months ago 0 likes 2 views 0  

Introduction: bio-modelling, the new frontier in healthcare

Introduction to a short series of films examining biological modelling in medicine.

From  Adam Greenwood 3 Months ago 0 likes 5 views 0  

Introduction: bio-modelling, the new frontier in healthcare

Introduction to a short series of films examining biological modelling in medicine.

From  Adam Greenwood 3 Months ago 0 likes 1 views 0  

Musculoskeletal disease: osteoporosis, modelling, muscles & bone strength

Third in a short series of films examining biological modelling in medicine.

From  Adam Greenwood 3 Months ago 0 likes 2 views 0  

Cardiovascular disease: atherosclerosis, fundamental biology & optimised stenting

Second in a short series of films examining biological modelling in medicine

From  Adam Greenwood 3 Months ago 0 likes 3 views 0  

Urological disorders: models, microstructure, mechanics & bladder function

Fourth in a short series of films examining biological modelling in medicine.

From  Adam Greenwood 3 Months ago 0 likes 3 views 0