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27 August 2021

Hallam honours those that embody university values of inclusion, innovation and health expertise

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.


28 June 2021

Innovation Conference shows how Hallam research can boost sustainable pandemic recovery

Demonstrating research that will help the UK recover from Covid-19 sustainably is the aim of the Innovation Conference.


21 June 2021

New report highlights critical need for future investment in parks

Investing in parks is vital as the country recovers from the pandemic, a new report commissioned by The National Lottery Heritage Fund shows.


18 June 2021

Hallam students named as finalists for Biodesign Challenge

Students will have the chance to showcase their work in front of an international audience and panel of 60 pioneers in art, design, and technology at the Biodesign Challenge Summit 2021.


28 May 2021

Hallam design experts help textile business weave way to success

Design experts have created new packaging for a textile recycling firm that has helped the company expand.


27 May 2021

Hallam joins industries green recovery research hub

Sheffield Hallam has joined a consortium which will examine how the foundation industries can grow and develop whilst achieving net zero 2050 environmental targets.


24 May 2021

Hallam academics’ work features at prestigious international architecture exhibition

The work of three Hallam academics has gone on display as part of the Venice Biennale - one of the most prestigious international architecture exhibitions.


17 May 2021

Next stage in campus plan revealed

Sheffield Hallam has released new images which show the latest plans to develop its city campus at a key gateway to Sheffield City Centre.


12 May 2021

Using green social prescribing to prevent and tackle mental ill health

Researchers are investigating whether prescribing nature can help prevent and tackle mental ill health.


03 March 2021

Sheffield Hallam researchers install first of its kind energy harnessing playground in India

Working with local project partners, researchers from Sheffield Hallam University have designed and installed the first of its kind energy harnessing playground that stimulates crop growth as children play and learn.


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