Super scientists of the future have been exploring elephant bones and hippopotamus skulls in our hands-on science workshops. The sessions encourage children to eat a healthy diet so they can keep their bones strong.
Our Patients as Educators scheme gives medical students real experience with patients so they develop exemplary compassion and care for patients. Students practise their skills in a state-of-the-art training centre.
We're delving into city life with a festival of talks, film, music and poetry about Sheffield and beyond. Music fans can go on a digital Pulp trail with an app of the Sheffield Music Map, launched on 5 June.
Experts from INSIGNEO are using computer simulation to revolutionise the treatment of disease. Virtual models of the human body will provide more effective, personalised treatments for heart disease, cancer and many other conditions.
Aaron Thierry from our Department of Animal and Plant Sciences explores climate change for Sheffield's Cafe Scientifique evening on 3 June.
A new technique for sourcing tools made from obsidian, naturally occurring volcanic glass, will sharpen our understanding of the past.