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  • Posted on Wednesday 20 February 2019

    Fully Funded PhD Projects

    MERI currently has two fully funded PhD project available for applicants to start in May 2019.

  • Posted on Thursday 14 February 2019

    Scientists to develop revolutionary solution to back pain

    A multi-million pound revolutionary research project that aims to regenerate damaged spinal discs and cure back pain has begun at Sheffield Hallam University.

  • Posted on Wednesday 16 January 2019

    CARR 10 Year Anniversary

    Centre for Automation and Robotics Research celebrates their 10 year anniversary.

  • Posted on Tuesday 18 December 2018

    MERI PhD students driving improvements in nuclear waste disposal

    Three Sheffield Hallam University MERI PhD students have begun working with the United States' Department of Energy on a project to help with the clean-up of a US nuclear plant undergoing decommissioning.

  • Posted on Wednesday 21 November 2018

    Developing a Potential New Cure for Back Pain

    Sheffield Hallam University Researchers from BMRC and MERI are developing a potential new cure for back pain

    Biomedical materials
    Polymers and nanocomposites
  • Posted on Monday 05 November 2018

    Professor Arutiun Ehiasarian receives researcher accolade

    Sheffield Hallam University's ties to an international business were strengthened this week when a delegation from the company awarded an accolade to a leading researcher.

  • Posted on Tuesday 17 July 2018

    MERI Research Symposium 2018

    The Materials and Engineering Research Institute's 8th Annual Symposium was held on 22nd and 23rd May 2018 at Sheffield Hallam University. Students and staff from MERI and the Department of Engineering and Mathematics had the opportunity to get together and discuss current research projects and innovation.

  • Posted on Wednesday 11 July 2018

    Hallam researcher receives European science award

    A Sheffield Hallam University researcher has won an international award due to his groundbreaking work in creating protective coatings for everything from hip joints to satellites.

  • Posted on Thursday 01 February 2018

    Real time Monitoring Project

    Sheffield Hallam University is pleased to announce that the National HIPIMS Technology Centre-UK at the Materials and Engineering Research Institute (MERI) in partnership with Ionbond UK Ltd, has won a 12 month collaborative research project supported by Innovate UK, to help develop and implement new and innovative technology to enhance quality assurance capabilities in industrial production processes.

  • Posted on Friday 01 December 2017

    PhD Scholarships at MERI

    The Materials and Engineering Research Institute (MERI) welcome applications for fully funded PhD studentships, to start in October 2018

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