University of Sheffield
- Published: Thursday, 31 October 2013 15:01
- Written by Joseph
Our founding motto in 1905 means “To discover the causes of things".
"We break down barriers between people and disciplines"
Today, we continue to uphold our motto whilst acknowledging new ways of acquiring, investigating, developing and applying knowledge. Predominantly we achieve this through working in close collaboration with private and public sector partners such as Rolls-Royce, Boeing, GSK, Siemens, Yorkshire Water and AstraZeneca to translate our knowledge and expertise into real world solutions to real world problems.
We break down barriers between people and disciplines, with the result that we have scientists, engineers, social scientists, clinicians, and arts and humanities specialists, engaged in collaborative projects, pooling their talents and expertise to find novel solutions to complex and seemingly intractable real-world problems. This is a source of huge strength within the University and what makes us different. We can help you to link up with the right people to partner with. Find out more here.
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