The COVID-19 pandemic is creating a vast and growing number of challenges for all of us. Staff and students from across the University of 谢菲尔德 are working to mitigate its effects on society with a rapid response through crucial research, 创新和合作.
We are at the forefront of innovative manufacturing research. Our staff from the Advanced Manufacturing 研究 Centre (AMRC), Nuclear AMRC and the Faculty of Engineering are using their skills, expertise and facilities to help provide vital equipment to the NHS.
A clinical research facility run by the University of 谢菲尔德 and 谢菲尔德 教学 Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been awarded £7.9m in funding which will support the development and testing of new treatments for diseases.
Our genomics research is helping in the fight against coronavirus
Experts in genomics from across the University have joined forces with 谢菲尔德 教学 Hospitals to help us get a better understanding of COVID-19. The work will enable us to manage the current crisis and respond in a more agile way to new infectious diseases.
Lung abnormalities found in Long Covid patients with breathlessness
研究ers have identified abnormalities in the lungs of Long Covid patients who are experiencing breathlessness that cannot be detected with routine tests.
Understanding the impact of the coronavirus crisis on society
Our researchers are investigating how the coronavirus crisis is affecting society, and we're finding ways to to optimise how patients with coronavirus are assessed and treated by the emergency care system.
Exhibition gives insight into children’s play in pandemic
188bet金宝搏官网登录的一项新研究, University College London (UCL) and play specialists from Great Ormond Street Hospital has revealed the impact the Covid-19 pandemic had on children’s play.
Ethnicity gap in Covid vaccine uptake: lower trust and worse experiences of healthcare explain part of the problem
Worse healthcare experiences among people from ethnic minorities and lower levels of trust in government and the medical establishment explain some of the ethnicity gap in Covid-19 vaccination rates, 一项研究发现.
Local food suppliers proved their value during the pandemic, so how do we ensure they thrive?
Local food suppliers saved the day during the Covid-19 pandemic food shortages, but new research from the University of 谢菲尔德 also finds lessons need to be learnt if national food systems are to survive future crises.
We live in a world that is facing one of its biggest challenges in living memory. The coronavirus pandemic has devastating potential as it sweeps across the globe. 抗击这一病毒并减缓其传播, we've had to change almost everything about how we live our lives.
在冠状病毒, Examined we talked to experts from the University of 谢菲尔德 to explore the different ways in which coronavirus is changing our world and the way we live.