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19 December 2022

Children need to be seen as a vulnerable group when it comes to fuel poverty – new research

The plight of children living in homes where parents or carers are struggling with energy costs is being overlooked by the Government at Westminster, say leading researchers.

06 December 2022

UK’s first research platform for digitalisation of PVD processes at industrial scale

Sheffield Hallam University is set to deliver world class research and innovation capability to drive next generation physical vapour deposition (PVD) processing following major investment in full digitisation of equipment and technology

27 October 2022

Sheffield Hallam awarded six-figure UKRI funding to grow artificial robot mind

Sheffield Hallam University has received more than £200k to create an artificial mind for robots that ‘grows up’ like a child’s brain, as part of a UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) New Horizons initiative grant.

20 October 2022

New study shows camping is good for mental health and wellbeing

A major new study has revealed how camping in the great outdoors improves people’s wellbeing and mental health.

10 October 2022

Yorkshire universities secure £618k grant to support Leeds-based business Rakusen’s become more sustainable

Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Bradford have secured more than £618k to support Leeds-based business Rakusen’s to become more sustainable and meet demand for growth.

03 October 2022

New £2.7m research and development facility set to support regional businesses

Sheffield Hallam University has officially launched a new £2.7million research and development facility which will support regional businesses to innovate and grow.

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.

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