Skip to content
Showing 13 articles, in Technology
Sheffield Hallam University has been awarded £35,000 to develop a platform of home-based immersive virtual reality (VR) scenarios to help alleviate social anxiety disorder (SAD) symptoms amongst children.
A Finnish start-up that delivers online postnatal exercise programmes to help new mothers recover safely after childbirth is part of the cohort of health businesses accepted onto Sheffield Hallam University’s latest Wellbeing Accelerator.
Increasing the awareness, adoption, and long-term impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in law enforcement agencies across Europe is the aim of a new project led by Sheffield Hallam University.
A life-saving security app developed by Sheffield Hallam University and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has been nominated for a prestigious Times Higher Education award.
A team of researchers from Sheffield Hallam University and Sheffield Children’s Hospital has been awarded £800,000 to develop the first NHS-approved chatbot virtual assistant for young people with type 1 diabetes who are moving from paediatric to adult care
Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University are developing new immersive virtual reality (VR) scenarios which will help people to rehabilitate and recover from dysphagia, a swallowing disorder which is highly prevalent in older populations.
Students will soon be able to kickstart their careers thanks to a new partnership with a national motorsport team.
Sheffield Hallam University is helping children from disadvantaged backgrounds access online resources by donating 200 devices to Laptops for Kids.
A graduate has been selected to lead a project to create a virtual art gallery to encourage creativity in special needs and primary school children.
A two-year project to improve the resilience and efficiency of the UK’s national rail network has been launched.
When you find a course you like select 'Add to course compare' to compare it with up to two other courses.