Students spending a year at the cutting edge

New interns Adam Wilson, Phil Mulvey, Aqsa Ahmed, Callum Mulligan and Syed Hammad, pictured left to right at the Medical AMRC, who beat over 400 students from around the country to the year-long places
New interns Adam Wilson, Phil Mulvey, Aqsa Ahmed, Callum Mulligan and Syed Hammad, pictured left to right at the Medical AMRC, who beat over 400 students from around the country to the year-long places
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Five student entrepreneurs are aiming to make a breakthrough in medical technology after winning places on an innovative internship programme.

New interns Adam Wilson, Phil Mulvey, Aqsa Ahmed, Callum Mulligan and Syed Hammad, pictured left to right at the Medical AMRC, beat over 400 students from around the country.

They will spend their year in industry employed at the University of Sheffield’s newly established Medical Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre, which aims to help companies develop new medical devices and manufacturing processes, and will run Next Generation Medical, a medical products organisation.