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07 May 2021

Racing partnership puts students in the fast lane

Students will soon be able to kickstart their careers thanks to a new partnership with a national motorsport team.

05 May 2021

Hallam publishes first qualitative study into the role of physical activity and long Covid

Academics from Sheffield Hallam University have published the first qualitative study exploring the role that physical activity plays in the experiences of people living with long Covid.

05 May 2021

Ultra-marathon raises £1500 to improve outdoor space at new community nursery

Ultra-marathon raises £1500 to improve outdoor space at new community nursery

04 May 2021

Research shows resilient physical activity sector requires further support in recovery

Grassroots physical activity providers have shown ‘resilience, determination and passion’ during the Covid-19 pandemic but requires support to recover to pre-pandemic levels.

30 April 2021

Sheffield Hallam Student’s raise over £40,000 for charity

Sheffield Hallam students have successfully raised over £40,000 for Sheffield Charities by organising a variety of virtual events.

29 April 2021

Geoscientists call for action on tackling racial inequality

An article published in the journal Nature Geoscience has highlighted the shocking under-representation of students from ethnic minority backgrounds in the Geosciences.

28 April 2021

Pioneering fingerprint method developed to help police identify suspects from blood marks

A new forensic fingerprint method has been developed by Sheffield Hallam University which could help police to gain a greater understanding of crime scenes from blood evidence.

28 April 2021

Unique partnership set to transform early years education

An innovative new Sheffield Hallam University-led project is set to transform early years education and care.

26 April 2021

Selfie culture: what your choice of camera angle says about you

Over the past decade, selfies have become a mainstay of popular culture. As recent studies have shown, the way we take selfies – and the specific camera angles we choose – varies depending on what we intend to do with them.

23 April 2021

New research project to examine the impact of exercise on those suffering with systemic sclerosis

Sheffield Hallam academics will lead a major new Europe-wide research study into the effects of exercise on pain and fatigue felt by those living with systemic sclerosis.

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