Posted on Monday 01 August 2016
Work carried out by Hallam Energy experts at Sheffield Hallam University has helped a Barnsley-based tanker manufacturer potentially reduce a major supermarket's fuel consumption by up to 10 per cent
Posted on Thursday 26 May 2016
The Materials and Engineering Research Institute's annual Symposium was held on 17th and 18th May 2016 at Sheffield Hallam University
Posted on Friday 25 December 2015
A South Yorkshire hospital has cut costs and freed up bed space thanks to a computer modelling technique introduced by a Sheffield Hallam University academic
Posted on Monday 09 November 2015
The National High Power Impulse Magnetron Sputtering Technology Centre Award was awarded to the MERI PhD graduate Paranjayaee Mandal, who demonstrated an outstanding contribution to industrial focused surface engineering research
Posted on Thursday 05 November 2015
The 2013 Jeremy Laskowski Memorial Prize for Excellence in PhD Research has been awarded to Dr Shuja Ahmed for his innovative work on robot swarm systems.
Posted on Saturday 31 October 2015
The Materials and Engineering Research Institute (MERI) held its 25th Anniversary Dinner on Thursday10 September 2015, celebrating a quarter of a century of research and development excellence. Our attendees received a unique memento for the evening's celebration.
Posted on Saturday 15 August 2015
Historic building consultants Orsi and Associates were looking into the possibility of using Roman cements in plaster and render mortars for both conservation and new build applications
Posted on Saturday 25 July 2015
The Materials and Engineering Research Institute at Sheffield Hallam University held its fifth Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) Day and Networking Dinner on Thursday 21 May 2015
Posted on Thursday 04 June 2015
MERI's annual Research Symposium was held on 19th/20th May in the Cantor Building. The event was a great success and was attended by staff, students and external guests.
Posted on Thursday 30 April 2015
Professor Andy Alderson's research, which demonstrates how auxetic materials have the potential to make sports equipment safer, has received funding from a number of UK and overseas agencies and has attracted substantial media coverage