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Sheffield University scientist part of Nobel Prize winning team

Dr Ed Daw from the University of Sheffield’s department of Physics and Astronomy is part of the LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory) Scientific Collaboration that made the Nobel Prize winning discovery. The very first observation of Gravitational Waves, which was first theorised by Albert Einstein more than a century ago, was announced in February of […]

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Three Universities Working in Partnership

The Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York, three of the UK’s leading research intensive universities, have opened a representative office in Brussels, the White Rose Brussels Office.

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See what we're up to with our latest news and events both in Brussels and in Yorkshire and how you can get involved.

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Virtual Physiological Human: Sharing for Healthcare (VPH-SHARE)

VPH-SHARE focuses on a key diagnostic bottleneck: the interface between the wealth of medical research data infrastructures and clinical processes. VPH-Share provides an online infrastructure which allows users to share and access biomedical data, tools, workflows and computing resources

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