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Analysis of Olympic host nation advantage and how it impacted Japan’s performance at Tokyo 2020 has revealed the country performed ‘particularly well’ despite the event taking place behind closed doors. The data also indicates that France can expect to finish fifth in the medal table at the Paris 2024 Games.
Health researchers from Sheffield Hallam University have published the first study to compare major traditional diets from around the world and examine the preventative effects for cardiovascular disease.
New research has revealed that just one year’s intake of incoming international students in the Sheffield Central constituency brings £313 million of benefit to the UK economy.
Remembering the forgotten black victims of the Holocaust is the aim of two new memorials initiated by a Sheffield Hallam academic
A new study has found that the consumption of polyphenol‐rich plant-based food helps to reduce muscle damage up to 96 hours after exercise for scenarios where rapid recovery is key.
Leading women in business, engineering and sport, pioneers in sustainable design and public health experts addressing inequality are set to receive honorary doctorates from Sheffield Hallam University.
The situation in Afghanistan is extremely concerning, and we know that members of our staff and student community will be worried about what the future holds for those who live there.
The University has been awarded more than £600,000 through the UK government’s new global exchange programme to support more students to take part in international study, work and volunteering opportunities.
Seven new governors have joined the Sheffield Hallam University board
Academics at Sheffield Hallam have secured £19,000 funding for a project to increase participation in chemistry research.
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