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Student racing team hoping for pole position

Issued:02/07/12

A team of motorsport-mad students, who have designed and built a working racing car in just 11 weeks, is preparing to test its mettle at a major competition...



Exhibitions that 'encompass' collaborative working

Issued:01/06/12

An exhibition that brings together mobile phone art, a potential cure for back pain, a film about badminton and an interactive 'SMART' floor...



Project team on the cusp of a cure for back pain

Issued:29/05/12

Scientists working on a potential cure for chronic back pain through hydrogel injections than can regenerate damaged discs are set to unveil their...



Rail company turns to psychologist

Issued:24/04/12

A senior lecturer from Sheffield Hallam University is working with VolkerRail, one of the leading UK rail infrastructure contractors, to further reduce...



National award for liquid crystal scientist

Issued:11/04/12

A Sheffield Hallam University liquid crystal scientist has been awarded a prestigious award and medal for his research into how the crucial components...



Brazil ambassador hails Sheffield's collaborative...

Issued:16/03/12

The Brazilian ambassador has praised the work of Sheffield Hallam University's research centres, and commended the collaboration between Sheffield's...



Energy engineers give tanker company fuel for thought

Issued:12/03/12

Work carried out by Hallam Energy experts at Sheffield Hallam University has helped a Barnsley-based tanker manufacturer potentially reduce a major...



Mobile phones transformed into new artwork

Issued:01/03/12

A project that called for members of the public to recycle their mobile phones so their complex components could be turned into stunning jewellery...



Wheels in motion for National Science and Engineering...

Issued:01/03/12

The turning of the planet, travel around the world, and speeding molecules are among the topics at this year’s National Science and Engineering...



Young engineer Adam has his name written in the stars

Issued:07/02/12

A student who operates a £2.2m machine creating parts for the aerospace industry has proved the sky is the limit by being named Young Engineer...