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Hunger hormone causes appetite to plummet for climbers

New gene therapy treatment routes for Motor Neurone Disease uncovered in new study

Greening the city – a measurement for a mindful environment

Simple step to protect people with type 1 diabetes against heart disease

Dementia survey asks how ready we are to care

CBT could help stress in sport, study finds

Fluid flow in the brain unravelled for the first time

Obese people have lower pain threshold, new research shows

Research targets better support for young people with dementia

Nanoparticle paves the way for new triple negative breast cancer drug

Heart monitoring technology reveals risks for climbers at high altitudes

Mothers are the unseen force behind honour-based crime

Role of rogue protein PAK4 confirmed in pancreatic cancer cells

Speciation is not all about good looks – for stick insects, the right partner should smell good too

Africa trial for remote water monitoring system

New study estimates frequency of volcanic eruptions

Fighting anti-microbial resistance – through education

A new pathway towards treatments for inflammatory diseases

UK’s first liquid gallium SAXS instrument opens in Sheffield

Blocking Ran protein reverses resistance of lung and breast cancers

Global review of research confirms thyroid cancer overdiagnosis

Operating temperature key to polymer-steel friction

Your pictures can do more than preserve the memory of world heritage

Over 750 biomarkers identified as potentials for early cancer screening test

‘Pain paradox’ discovery provides route to new pain control drugs

Gene signature in ovarian cancer predicts survival and offers new drug target

Plant-based vaccine among front runners in search for new polio jab

Detailed digital human models could hold key to future clinical research

Modified flu virus can ‘resensitise’ resistant pancreatic cancer cells to chemotherapy

Nobel Prize winner to start a new conversation in Leeds

Police and academia unite to tackle online crime

New drug hope for Mesothelioma

War-time censorship provides lessons for media freedom today

Dietary supplements could help the elderly get fitter and stronger

World’s first national tissue bank for pancreatic cancer research

Bigger not always better to spot rugby league talent

Cancer drug shows promise for treating Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Equestrian dress: archaic or part of a rich tradition?

Sheffield researchers launch project to build first complete fly brain model

The solution to faster computing? Sing to your data.

Fighting fakes with the first integral 3D barcode

Neolithic skeleton reveals early history of rickets

Slipping and sliding to major tennis success

Archaeologists plan to bring to life ancient land lost under the sea

Urine test for early stage pancreatic cancer now possible after biomarker discovery

Bomb-proof lining contains explosion in luggage hold of aircraft

New class of compounds shrinks pancreatic cancer tumours and prevents regrowth

Leaky pipes can allow contaminants into our drinking water

Bradley Wiggins’ handlebars 3D printed by Sheffield’s Mercury Centre

3D printing goes high speed and high volume

£10k of prizes awarded to two university entrepreneurs

Victorian baby teeth could help predict future health of children

Bury nuclear waste down a very deep hole, say UK scientists

Glow in the dark tampons identify sewage pollution

Pants, plants and smart metering technology

Beware the rise of the data oligarchy

3D-printed guides can help restore function in damaged nerves

The first 3D printed wedding bouquet

Sheffield programme tackles engineering leadership skills gap

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