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A new £2.1m research project aims to develop an innovative model to make arts, culture and creativity a core part of health and care services across the UK.
A project to give more power to low-income, marginalised and isolated communities across Yorkshire to confront the challenges posed by climate change and widening inequalities has been awarded £5m in funding.
Google has announced investment in ground-breaking research, apprenticeships and digital skills training through the South Yorkshire Digital Health Hub to help address health inequalities and drive economic growth across the region.
More than 90 per cent of community-led homes were found to be genuinely affordable and could help to address housing shortages in the UK, according to new research.
Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University have been awarded more than £1.5m to lead an evaluation of NHS clinics across England set up to support children and young people who have weight-related complications.
Sheffield Hallam University’s Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with representatives from the South Korean island of Jeju to help make it the ‘healthiest place to live in Asia’.
A new report examining how the rising cost of living is impacting the sport and physical activity sector has found people from lower income backgrounds are more likely to have seen their levels of activity negatively affected.
Sheffield Hallam University researcher, Dr Alice Bullas, been awarded a £1.6m Future Leaders Fellowship from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) to develop new body measurement methods for children living with obesity.
Sheffield Hallam University is a key research partner in a new £5m programme to gain more insight into why residents in Wakefield have poorer health than people living in other parts of the country.
A new report reveals that South Yorkshire’s food and drink manufacturing sector plays a significant role in the local economy, generating £434 million in economic output and providing 9,000 jobs across 170 businesses.
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