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Ipswich Star
Songs by Suffolk’s Ed Sheeran serenade air passengersBen Howard, and Grammy award-winner Ed, who grew up in Framlingham, The airpor
Songs by Suffolk’s Ed Sheeran serenade air passengers
Ipswich Star / Posted 2 days ago
Ben Howard, and Grammy award-winner Ed, who grew up in Framlingham, The airport consulted with psychologists from the University of Sheffield to select songs that create a more pleasant environment for passengers. Honorary research fellow... Read more
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Daily Mirror
9 benefits of sleeping naked during the heatwave - which aren't just about sleeptheir sperm than men who did wear them.Egg and sperm Following the study, Alla
9 benefits of sleeping naked during the heatwave - which aren't just about sleep
Daily Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
their sperm than men who did wear them.Egg and sperm Following the study, Allan Pacey, a leading fertility expert at the University of Sheffield told the New York Times: "We have known for some time that men who increase the temperature of their... Read more
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express
BANK HOLIDAY WEATHER: Sunshine, showers AND thunder for muggy Britain with highs of 86Ftriggered the opposite effect opening the floodgates to cooler northerly winds.
BANK HOLIDAY WEATHER: Sunshine, showers AND thunder for muggy Britain with highs of 86F
express / Posted 4 days ago
triggered the opposite effect opening the floodgates to cooler northerly winds. Researchers from the Met office and the University of Sheffield say further studies into the jet stream will help predict summer weather further in advance. Lead... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists begin to unravel summer jet stream mysteryrun of miserable wet summers as they begin to unravel the mysteries of the Atla
Scientists begin to unravel summer jet stream mystery
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
run of miserable wet summers as they begin to unravel the mysteries of the Atlantic jet stream. Researchers from the University of Sheffield and The Met Office have identified a number of possible factors that may influence the Atlantic jet... Read more
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Fortune
This Creativity App Is Great for iPad-Obsessed Kidsabout as passive as an app can get — you literally use it to watch videos — and
This Creativity App Is Great for iPad-Obsessed Kids
Fortune / Posted 5 days ago
about as passive as an app can get — you literally use it to watch videos — and according to 2015 research from the U.K.’s University of Sheffield, it’s children’s favorite iPad app. (That said, YouTube offers plenty of educational videos for kids,... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Olympic champion Hollie Webb has ‘inspired a generation’Webb and her Great Britain team-mates struck gold at the Rio 2016 Olympics. We
Olympic champion Hollie Webb has ‘inspired a generation’
Derbyshire Times / Posted 6 days ago
Webb and her Great Britain team-mates struck gold at the Rio 2016 Olympics. Webb, who gained an Economics degree from the University of Sheffield in 2013, adds Olympic gold to the European gold she won last year in Beijing and Commonwealth silver... Read more
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Rappler
Filipinos awarded with Chevening scholarships to study in the UKDurham University, University of Glasgow, University of St Andrews, The Univers
Filipinos awarded with Chevening scholarships to study in the UK
Rappler / Posted 7 days ago
Durham University, University of Glasgow, University of St Andrews, The University of Nottingham, University of Birmingham, University of Sheffield, University of Southampton, and University of Leeds. The Chevening Scholarships are awarded by the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Study reveals meteorological impact of 2015 solar eclipseCredit: Edward Hanna A pioneering study by the University of Sheffield has reve
Study reveals meteorological impact of 2015 solar eclipse
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
Credit: Edward Hanna A pioneering study by the University of Sheffield has revealed the meteorological impact of the 2015 UK solar eclipse across three countries. The analysis of high-frequency surface air temperature, mean sea-level pressure, wind... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Hollie Webb: ‘I imagined I was at training’night’s final. One of the squad’s goals was to inspire a generation of hockey
Hollie Webb: ‘I imagined I was at training’
Derbyshire Times / Posted 7 days ago
night’s final. One of the squad’s goals was to inspire a generation of hockey players and Webb, an Economics Graduate from University of Sheffield, reflected on doing just that. She added: “The best thing isn’t this medal, the best thing is going... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Individual A-level and vocational success stories at Widnes collegeSociety and Nuffield Research Placement have helped me to achieve my results.”
Individual A-level and vocational success stories at Widnes college
Liverpool Echo / Posted 7 days ago
Society and Nuffield Research Placement have helped me to achieve my results.” James will now study physics at the University Of Sheffield. Jake Ineson, previously from Wade Deacon High School, was celebrating after achieving an A* in... Read more
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Search Engine Land
The Wiring Of The Digital Nativeimportant to our ability to function in the world. But what about babies? This
The Wiring Of The Digital Native
Search Engine Land / Posted 9 days ago
important to our ability to function in the world. But what about babies? This was the question Olivier Pascalis at the University of Sheffield set out to explore. Dr. Pascalis found something remarkable. Up until 6 months of age, babies could... Read more
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express
10 benefits of sleeping NAKED you probably never knew aboutdamaged DNA in their sperm than men who did wear them. Following the study, Al
10 benefits of sleeping NAKED you probably never knew about
express / Posted 10 days ago
damaged DNA in their sperm than men who did wear them. Following the study, Allan Pacey, a leading fertility expert at the University of Sheffield told the New York Times, “We have known for some time that men who increase the temperature of their... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Three years ago I picked up my A-level results - here's what I wish I knewvaluable advice on how you should progress. Read More Three years ago, I thou
Three years ago I picked up my A-level results - here's what I wish I knew
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
valuable advice on how you should progress. Read More Three years ago, I thought I would be graduating my degree at the University of Sheffield around now. I picked up my results, went and bought my insanely boring English Literature reading... Read more
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PhysOrg
Blocking a human branched DNA enzyme offers new ways of targeting a crucial enzyme family for cancermaybe a way of selectively killing such cancer cells. The collaborative, inter
Blocking a human branched DNA enzyme offers new ways of targeting a crucial enzyme family for cancer
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
maybe a way of selectively killing such cancer cells. The collaborative, interdisciplinary team of scientists from the University of Sheffield, Pelago Bioscience and AstraZeneca took detailed images of the way previously confirmed inhibitors4... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How to make the Clearing phone call on A-level Results Daya similar experience.” “Don’t worry if you feel emotional or nervous,” says Ly
How to make the Clearing phone call on A-level Results Day
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
a similar experience.” “Don’t worry if you feel emotional or nervous,” says Lynsey Hopkins, head of admissions at the University of Sheffield. “The people you speak to will be used to dealing with students in your stressful situation, and will... Read more
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express
Chinese student ‘in plot to kill the Queen' after police swoop in Buckingham Palacefourth major security breach at Buckingham Palace since May has been revealed
Chinese student ‘in plot to kill the Queen' after police swoop in Buckingham Palace
express / Posted 13 days ago
fourth major security breach at Buckingham Palace since May has been revealed Hang Zhang, 25, who is studying at the University of Sheffield, was arrested at Her Majesty's London home on Friday - the fourth major security breach at the palace... Read more
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express
Theresa May urged to trigger Article 50 ASAP amid fears it can be REVERSEDfor exit granted by Article 50 within the wording of the treaty. Professor Tam
Theresa May urged to trigger Article 50 ASAP amid fears it can be REVERSED
express / Posted 18 days ago
for exit granted by Article 50 within the wording of the treaty. Professor Tamara Hervey, an academic of EU law at the University of Sheffield, told Express.co.uk this meant it was “legally arguable either way” whether a decision to invoke... Read more
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The New Statesman
Don't forget the most under-represented group in our democracy - disabled peopleis an East Midlands Regional Ambassador for Muscular Dystrophy UK Trailblazers,
Don't forget the most under-represented group in our democracy - disabled people
The New Statesman / Posted 18 days ago
is an East Midlands Regional Ambassador for Muscular Dystrophy UK Trailblazers, as well as a PhD student at the University of Sheffield. She tells me, as with many problems people with disabilities face, the biggest issue is with... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Man who designed stunning 2012 Olympic Park meadows turns his talents...to a Glasgow roundaboutlong-lasting colourful displays each year with a minimum level of care. Profes
Man who designed stunning 2012 Olympic Park meadows turns his talents...to a Glasgow roundabout
EveningTimes Online / Posted 19 days ago
long-lasting colourful displays each year with a minimum level of care. Professor Nigel Dunnett, Landscape Department, University of Sheffield said: “This project was very exciting because it offered a chance to demonstrate the impact that... Read more
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express
Could we upload a brain to a computer – and should we even try?their bodies: the pain, illness and, above all, death. By Richard Jones, Pro-V
Could we upload a brain to a computer – and should we even try?
express / Posted 19 days ago
their bodies: the pain, illness and, above all, death. By Richard Jones, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Innovation, University of Sheffield Could we upload a brain to a computer? Now a new movement is dressing up this ancient drive in new... Read more
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TSN
How technology and the odd beer help Canada's Olympic athletes gain an edgeworking on now. They’re willing to share what they did four years ago.” Atkiso
How technology and the odd beer help Canada's Olympic athletes gain an edge
TSN / Posted 20 days ago
working on now. They’re willing to share what they did four years ago.” Atkison said he has his eye on researchers at the University of Sheffield in England, where naval research is being applied to the pool to produce three-dimensional computer... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sheffield College guideArts, Photography, Public Services and Sport. A pre-Medical foundation course i
Sheffield College guide
Daily Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
Arts, Photography, Public Services and Sport. A pre-Medical foundation course is available in conjunction with the University of Sheffield. Costs Foundation degrees and HNDs (2 years) cost £5,900 annually for full-time study. Student... Read more
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Daily Mail
Should you be brushing your teeth THREE times a day?fish, sharks among them, have rows of teeth that regenerate throughout their li
Should you be brushing your teeth THREE times a day?
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
fish, sharks among them, have rows of teeth that regenerate throughout their lifetime. In February researchers at the University of Sheffield identified a special set of cells — called the dental lamina — which contain genes that prompt this... Read more
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Mashable
New therapy could help treat skin infections without turning them into superbugsof velcro sticking out from the surface of the skin cells," said Sheila MacNeil
New therapy could help treat skin infections without turning them into superbugs
Mashable / Posted 23 days ago
of velcro sticking out from the surface of the skin cells," said Sheila MacNeil, a professor of tissue engineering at the University of Sheffield and one of the new study’s authors, in an interview with Mashable. In the new study, the researchers... Read more
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chroniclelive
Who is Jonathan Arnott?North East since 2014. Before that he was party’s general secretary for six yea
Who is Jonathan Arnott?
chroniclelive / Posted 23 days ago
North East since 2014. Before that he was party’s general secretary for six years. And he’s smart - as he enrolled at the University of Sheffield aged just 15, having gained his ‘A’ levels three years early. He went on to become head of... Read more
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The Register
Email proves UK boffins axed from EU research in Brexit aftermathdumped from Euro research efforts in the Brexit aftermath. Paul Crowther, inte
Email proves UK boffins axed from EU research in Brexit aftermath
The Register / Posted 24 days ago
dumped from Euro research efforts in the Brexit aftermath. Paul Crowther, interim head of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Sheffield, today leaked an email confirming colleagues in his department were thrown out of an EU research... Read more
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PhysOrg
A sweeter way of teaching health and safetyMeasuring the toughness of the material chocolate. Credit: The University of Sh
A sweeter way of teaching health and safety
PhysOrg / Posted 25 days ago
Measuring the toughness of the material chocolate. Credit: The University of Sheffield A new study shows using chocolate as a test material in experimental, hands-on practical work increases student engagement. It provides a much better way than... Read more
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Irish Examiner
British authors dominate 'Booker Prize of science writing' shortlistwhich are aimed at a non-specialist readership. Past winners include Stephen H
British authors dominate 'Booker Prize of science writing' shortlist
Irish Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
which are aimed at a non-specialist readership. Past winners include Stephen Hawking, Jared Diamond and Bill Bryson. University of Sheffield professor Tim Birkhead has been short-listed for his book The Most Perfect Thing, which looks at the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scientists test endometrial scratching technique in first-time IVF attemptersNHS Foundation Trust Gynaecologists and scientists from Sheffield Teaching Hos
Scientists test endometrial scratching technique in first-time IVF attempters
News-Medical-Net / Posted 26 days ago
NHS Foundation Trust Gynaecologists and scientists from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Sheffield are testing the technique – known as endometrial scratching – purely on women about to have IVF or... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Hope for couples after Yorkshire IVF research successat least once before, but now the research, involving a team from Sheffield Tea
Hope for couples after Yorkshire IVF research success
Wakefield Today / Posted 27 days ago
at least once before, but now the research, involving a team from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Sheffield, is going to be used to help women about to have fertility treatment for the first time. And if the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study creates comprehensive list of blood biomarkers relevant for early detection of cancerblood that could be used to develop an early stage cancer screening test for th
Study creates comprehensive list of blood biomarkers relevant for early detection of cancer
News-Medical-Net / Posted 28 days ago
blood that could be used to develop an early stage cancer screening test for the general population. The study, led by the University of Sheffield, is the first to create a comprehensive list of relevant cancer blood biomarkers that have been... Read more
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The Register
Dark scientists' LUX-ZEPLIN doubles down on WIMP hunttime projection chamber and be 20 times better than LUX, Vitaly Kudryavtsev, a
Dark scientists' LUX-ZEPLIN doubles down on WIMP hunt
The Register / Posted 28 days ago
time projection chamber and be 20 times better than LUX, Vitaly Kudryavtsev, a researcher working on LZ and lecturer at the University of Sheffield, told The Register. A larger water tank will encase the detector to weed out neutrons and other... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Former Hellesdon doctor admits to allegations of sexual misconduct with patientand is due to finish on Friday, August 5. After the tribunal considers the case
Former Hellesdon doctor admits to allegations of sexual misconduct with patient
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 29 days ago
and is due to finish on Friday, August 5. After the tribunal considers the case, they will decide whether Dr Stone’s fitness to practice is impaired, and what sanctions he should face. Dr Stone graduated from the University of Sheffield... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Former Hellesdon doctor admits to allegations of sexual misconduct with patientand is due to finish on Friday, August 5. After the tribunal considers the case
Former Hellesdon doctor admits to allegations of sexual misconduct with patient
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 29 days ago
and is due to finish on Friday, August 5. After the tribunal considers the case, they will decide whether Dr Stone’s fitness to practice is impaired, and what sanctions he should face. Dr Stone graduated from the University of Sheffield... Read more
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Medical News Today
Antibiotic resistance: Skin infection prevention treatment helps battle 'superbugs'Researchers from the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom have discove
Antibiotic resistance: Skin infection prevention treatment helps battle 'superbugs'
Medical News Today / Posted 29 days ago
Researchers from the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom have discovered a pioneering method to prevent skin wounds such as bedsores and ulcers from becoming infected, thus preventing "superbugs" like MRSA taking hold. Many of the most... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Scientists make advance in fight against antibiotic resistancecould also be used in the battle against 'superbugs' such as MRSA. The new tre
Scientists make advance in fight against antibiotic resistance
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 30 days ago
could also be used in the battle against 'superbugs' such as MRSA. The new treatment, developed by researchers at the University of Sheffield and funded by Age UK is a new way to prevent skin wounds, such as bed-sores and ulcers, becoming... Read more
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Daily Mail
Could a new CREAM fight off superbugs?We're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years
Could a new CREAM fight off superbugs?
Daily Mail / Posted a month ago
We're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years.' The 3D skin model, also developed at the University of Sheffield, mimics the tissue structure of normal adult skin and can be used to simulate infected wounds. The... Read more
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chad
WIN: Owls, Blades, Reds, Millers, Rovers and Spireites season tickets or FA Cup final VIP trip with Youdan TrophyWednesday. Group games will take place at Sheffield Hallam University Sports P
WIN: Owls, Blades, Reds, Millers, Rovers and Spireites season tickets or FA Cup final VIP trip with Youdan Trophy
chad / Posted a month ago
Wednesday. Group games will take place at Sheffield Hallam University Sports Park and the Warminster Road facility of the University of Sheffield. Youdan Trophy to be played in Sheffield August 1 to 5, 2016. Sheffield-based You-Are-The-Ref.com,... Read more
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Wakefield Today
WIN: Owls, Blades, Reds, Millers, Rovers and Spireites season tickets or FA Cup final VIP trip with Youdan TrophyWednesday. Group games will take place at Sheffield Hallam University Sports P
WIN: Owls, Blades, Reds, Millers, Rovers and Spireites season tickets or FA Cup final VIP trip with Youdan Trophy
Wakefield Today / Posted a month ago
Wednesday. Group games will take place at Sheffield Hallam University Sports Park and the Warminster Road facility of the University of Sheffield. Youdan Trophy to be played in Sheffield August 1 to 5, 2016. Sheffield-based You-Are-The-Ref.com,... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
WIN: Owls, Blades, Reds, Millers, Rovers and Spireites season tickets or FA Cup final VIP trip with Youdan TrophyWednesday. Group games will take place at Sheffield Hallam University Sports P
WIN: Owls, Blades, Reds, Millers, Rovers and Spireites season tickets or FA Cup final VIP trip with Youdan Trophy
Derbyshire Times / Posted a month ago
Wednesday. Group games will take place at Sheffield Hallam University Sports Park and the Warminster Road facility of the University of Sheffield. Youdan Trophy to be played in Sheffield August 1 to 5, 2016. Sheffield-based You-Are-The-Ref.com,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Scientists developing cream that can make superbugs 'slide off' the skinWe're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years
Scientists developing cream that can make superbugs 'slide off' the skin
Daily Mirror / Posted a month ago
We're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years." The 3D skin model, also developed at the University of Sheffield, mimics the tissue structure of normal adult skin and can be used to simulate infected wounds. The... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientistsWe're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientists
Streatham Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
We're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years." The 3D skin model, also developed at the University of Sheffield, mimics the tissue structure of normal adult skin and can be used to simulate infected wounds. The... Read more
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Bury Times
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientistsWe're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientists
Bury Times / Posted 1 months ago
We're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years." The 3D skin model, also developed at the University of Sheffield, mimics the tissue structure of normal adult skin and can be used to simulate infected wounds. The... Read more
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Gazette
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientistsWe're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientists
Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
We're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years." The 3D skin model, also developed at the University of Sheffield, mimics the tissue structure of normal adult skin and can be used to simulate infected wounds. The... Read more
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guardian-series
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientistsWe're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientists
guardian-series / Posted 1 months ago
We're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years." The 3D skin model, also developed at the University of Sheffield, mimics the tissue structure of normal adult skin and can be used to simulate infected wounds. The... Read more
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Harrow Times
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientistsWe're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientists
Harrow Times / Posted 1 months ago
We're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years." The 3D skin model, also developed at the University of Sheffield, mimics the tissue structure of normal adult skin and can be used to simulate infected wounds. The... Read more
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This is West Country
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientistsWe're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientists
This is West Country / Posted 1 months ago
We're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years." The 3D skin model, also developed at the University of Sheffield, mimics the tissue structure of normal adult skin and can be used to simulate infected wounds. The... Read more
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Gazette News
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientistsWe're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientists
Gazette News / Posted 1 months ago
We're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years." The 3D skin model, also developed at the University of Sheffield, mimics the tissue structure of normal adult skin and can be used to simulate infected wounds. The... Read more
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Bolton News
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientistsWe're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientists
Bolton News / Posted 1 months ago
We're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years." The 3D skin model, also developed at the University of Sheffield, mimics the tissue structure of normal adult skin and can be used to simulate infected wounds. The... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientistsWe're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years
Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientists
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
We're hoping it can reach clinical trials stage in the next three to five years." The 3D skin model, also developed at the University of Sheffield, mimics the tissue structure of normal adult skin and can be used to simulate infected wounds. The... Read more
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