This month, you can read about how we’ve adapted one of our most popular lab sessions to remote participation, hear what some of our female students and staff love about Materials Science and Engineering, a public lecture on magnets, some new equipment for the Henry Royce Institute and award winning research into nuclear waste disposal.
by Gabby Coe, MEng Materials Science and Engineering (Research) I last wrote a post for this blog a couple of… Read more Formula Student – Hard work, but worth it
We’ve come to the end of the year! On Friday 9th June all 51 final year undergraduate students from the… Read more The Final day of the Final year
My name is Jorge, and I came from Mexico in 2016 to study my MSc degree in Polymers Science &… Read more The Masters Experience
Meet Muhammad Mohsin Saleem, MEng Materials Science and Engineering student and International Engineering Ambassador. I came to Sheffield and I… Read more Coming to Sheffield was one of the best decisions I have ever made
The Department’s NucleUS Immobilisation Science Laboratory is working with the National Academy of Science of Ukraine to support decommissioning of… Read more Forging great connections: UK – Ukraine Chernobyl workshop
On 6 February 2017 researchers, academics, professional staff and students from across the Department ventured out into the Peak District. But… Read more Cementing the links between academia and industry
Being a part of photosoc has been a major part of my university experience. I have lots of friends from… Read more Photosoc: the other major part of my university life
It’s a question everyone faces several times in their life, the first time this thought struck me was just after… Read more Where do I go from here?
Hello all, My name is Holly Pearce and I’ve just started my 4th year of the MEng Material Science and… Read more A substantial degree of experience