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Interfaces Newsletter November 2019

Welcome to Interfaces, the newsletter from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Sheffield. Every month, we’ll bring you news from the world of Materials, from us and elsewhere, and how discoveries made through the years affect our lives today. If you haven’t already signed up to receive Interfaces, you can …

Interfaces Newsletter March 2019

Welcome to Interfaces, the newsletter from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Sheffield. Every issue, we’ll bring you news from the world of Materials, from us and elsewhere, and how discoveries made through the years affect our lives today. If you haven’t already signed up to receive Interfaces, you can …

Interfaces Newsletter December 2018

Welcome to Interfaces, the newsletter from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Sheffield. Every month, we’ll bring you news from the world of Materials, from us and elsewhere, and how discoveries made through the years affect our lives today. If you haven’t already signed up to receive Interfaces, you can …

Interfaces Newsletter November 2018

Welcome to Interfaces, the newsletter from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Sheffield. Every month, we’ll bring you news from the world of Materials, from us and elsewhere, and how discoveries made through the years affect our lives today. If you haven’t already signed up to receive Interfaces, you can …

UK & Ukraine participants at the EPSRC Global Challenges Research Fund Chernobyl workshop.

Forging great connections: UK – Ukraine Chernobyl workshop

The Department’s NucleUS Immobilisation Science Laboratory is working with the National Academy of Science of Ukraine to support decommissioning of the Chernobyl shelter, 30 years after its construction, supported by EPSRC’s Global Challenge Research Fund. Here PhD student Sarah gives an overview of the 2 day workshop. The topics covered were very interesting and there is …