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Looking at the dark side of matter with the Large Hadron Collider

In this Science at Sheffield seminar, Professor Davide Costanzo explains some of the dark matter research being carried out at CERN's Large Hadron Collider.

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The quantum future of telescopes | Physics & Astronomy

The first telescopes were built more than 400 years ago, and telescopes are still used by astrophysicists to study the cosmos. But a lot has changed in science since the time of Galileo and Kepler.…

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Atomically thin two-dimensional materials beyond graphene

Professor Alexander Tartakovskii gives an overview of his research for the Science at Sheffield seminar series.

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Converting red light to blue: Understanding energetic up and down conversion in organic semiconductors

Dr Jenny Clark gives an overview of her research for the Science at Sheffield seminar series.

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Making our teaching labs safe | Physics & Astronomy

Dr Mark Quinn, from the Department of Physics and Astronomy, gives us a look at the face-to-face teaching in one of our undergraduate Physics labs, and the safety measures we’ve put in place to…

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