Science

Sheffield leads way in monitoring air quality

Feb 28, 2019

An environmental campaigner is leading the way in monitoring pollution in Sheffield. Graham Turnbull, 51, a Telecommunications Consultant who lives in the city, has produced a device that allows for measuring of pollution levels in real-time. This is a device he’d...

Share a pint with a scientist!

May 9, 2018

The international Pint of Science Festival is coming to Sheffield. The festival aims to bring out scientists out of their labs and into a more casual and approachable environment to teach the general public about research going on in the University of Sheffield. Devon...

Sheffield hosts Pint of Science Festival

May 17, 2017

The Pint of Science festival is under way across the UK and Sheffield is one of the host cities. Six pubs across the city centre have been the venues for a variety of science based talks and demonstrations. Couch café on Campo Lane, Sheffield, is one of those venues...

‘Pint of Science’ festival hits Sheffield pubs

May 15, 2017

Six Sheffield pubs will open their doors to more than 50 academics as the world's largest festival of public science talks gets underway. 'Pint of Science' is returning to Sheffield for a second year and will run throughout the next three days, educating pub-goers on...

Environment-Saving Artwork up for Auction Tomorrow

May 8, 2017

A collection of scientifically unique air-cleansing artworks signed by poet Simon Armitage go on auction tomorrow. The world’s first air-cleansing poem “In Praise of Air” was created in 2014 as a result of a collaboration between Professor of Chemistry Tony Ryan and...

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