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Researchers study Blurred Lines controversy

Issued:17/10/14

Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University are investigating how people respond to and interpret the controversial song by Pharrell Williams and...



New exhibition showcases digital literature

Issued:16/10/14

A new interactive exhibition at Bank Street Arts will explore experimental forms of digital literature such as web- and app-based fiction, and electronic...



[AUDIO] 'Do No Harm' with Professor Henry Marsh

Issued:15/10/14

Professor Henry Marsh, one of the country's top neurosurgeons, last week gave an insight into what it's really like to be a brain surgeon at...



Eat Sheffield award winners on course for success

Issued:14/10/14

Silversmiths scooped gold position last night to be crowned the winner of the modern British restaurant category at the Eat Sheffield Awards.Other...



Professorial lecture shines light on why place matters

Issued:14/10/14

A Sheffield Hallam University professor who has repeatedly highlighted the geographical lines that separate rich and poor across the UK will deliver...



Free events showcase thinking behind social change

Issued:14/10/14

Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University are set to demonstrate the role that social sciences have played in shaping modern life, during a week-long...



Exploring the fact and fiction behind a supernatural...

Issued:14/10/14

One of the most enduring supernatural legends of World War I will be explored during a public talk by a Sheffield Hallam University lecturer.Dr David...



[AUDIO] 'Fixing Britain' with Lord Digby Jones

Issued:10/10/14

Lord Digby Jones, former UK Minister of State for Trade and Investment, launched the 2014 Off the Shelf Festival of Words this week.The former Director...



Acclaim for University law group at awards

Issued:10/10/14

Students in a University law school have shown they are the equal of some of the biggest firms in the legal profession after securing a top prize for...



Computing students help older people get web-wise

Issued:10/10/14

Computing students at Sheffield Hallam University have been helping members of a cancer support group learn to use mobile web technology to improve...