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09 May 2023

Sheffield Hallam to investigate health repercussions of low carbon monoxide exposure

Scientists from Sheffield Hallam University have been awarded £615,000 to investigate the effects of low-level exposure to CO (carbon monoxide) on the adult and developing brain.

27 March 2023

New research partnership launched to help improve responses to UK security issues

Sheffield Hallam University is set to play a key role in a new partnership that will help to address the challenges the UK faces from global security threats.

28 February 2023

Consumer spending by UK golfers increases to £5.1 billion

Spending by golfers in the United Kingdom has grown to £5.1 billion, the equivalent of £964 per adult golfer, according to an independent report from Sheffield Hallam University’s Sport Industry Research Centre (SIRC), funded by The R&A.

21 February 2023

Major study on physical activity support for Long-COVID patients launched

A major study from Sheffield Hallam University and ukactive has been launched to understand how the sport and physical activity sector is supporting people suffering from Long-COVID

20 February 2023

Fingerprint breakthrough in breast cancer detection

A team of scientists from Sheffield Hallam University has successfully developed a pioneering non-invasive method for detecting breast cancer from fingerprints, with 98% accuracy

10 August 2022

Community ownership key to levelling up Britain’s high streets, according to new research

A new report from the Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research at Sheffield Hallam University and Power to Change has shone a light on the need and opportunity for supporting communities to save ailing high streets and support the levelling up agenda.

07 July 2022

Sheffield Hallam awarded £300k from UKRI for healthy ageing project

Sheffield Hallam University has been awarded £300,000 for a healthy ageing project that will address some of the barriers faced by older adults who struggle to participate in traditional exercise.

22 June 2022

First-of-its-kind study will develop VR scenarios to help children overcome social anxiety disorders

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.

20 June 2022

Government accused of withholding ethnicity data relating to Covid-19 deaths amongst NHS workers

The government has been accused of refusing to disclose the demographic information relating to Covid-19 deaths amongst NHS workers in England, despite multiple Freedom of Information submissions.

11 May 2022

Sheffield Hallam develops new methods to reduce use of animal testing in medical research

Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University are working to find alternate methods of conducting medical research that does not require live animals.

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