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20 September 2022

Towns and cities must be better supported to prepare for rollout of driverless vehicles – new research

As the Government announces plans to rollout self-driving vehicles on UK roads by 2025, new research by Sheffield Hallam University suggests local policymakers across the country need to be supported to engage with the technology to shape how it will affect their communities.


22 August 2022

English football clubs lost £1bn in revenue due to Covid-19

English football clubs lost £1billion in revenue and the industry was set back two and half years in growth terms as a result of the pandemic, according to new research by Sheffield Hallam University.


04 July 2022

Extra financial support for doctoral students to encourage applicants from all backgrounds

Doctoral students at Sheffield Hallam will receive extra financial support towards the cost of living as part of an overall investment of up to £1.2m per annum by the University.


14 June 2022

Flooring companies’ supply chains linked to Uyghur forced labour, new report shows

The supply chains of some of the world’s largest home improvement retailers and flooring brands are at risk of being tainted by Uyghur forced labour, according to an investigative report by three leading human rights and environmental researchers.


20 May 2022

New report reveals extensive hidden unemployment in older industrial areas of Britain

A new report by researchers at Sheffield Hallam University suggests official figures seriously understate the scale of unemployment in Britain, bringing into question widely held assumptions about the post-pandemic labour market.


12 May 2022

Sheffield Hallam University research recognised for delivering real world impact

Sheffield Hallam University has been recognised for delivering real-world impact through its research as part of a national assessment.


30 March 2022

Supporting science teachers to engage with or carry out research can improve their teaching practice

New research has found that training and development programmes that support primary teachers and secondary science teachers to engage with and use research can improve their teaching.


18 March 2022

New study finds autistic young people can thrive in a more flexible education system

A new study exploring the educational experiences of autistic young people and their families’ during the pandemic found that some young people thrived and calls for policymakers to be more responsive to different educational needs.


10 March 2022

World-first ‘accountability principles’ to help safeguard use of AI in policing

Sheffield Hallam researchers are working with international partners to create world-first ‘accountability principles’, to help guide the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) by policing and security agencies, as well as judiciaries.


09 March 2022

New sustainability centre launched to help South Yorkshire achieve net zero ambitions

Sheffield Hallam is a major partner in a new research centre, which brings together world-leading experts with regional partners to support organisations across South Yorkshire to decarbonise.


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