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25 January 2021

Developing advanced human body measurement

A new research and innovation programme is underway at Sheffield Hallam University’s Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) that is set to transform the way we measure the human body.

22 January 2021

Pandemic has ‘wiped out ten years’ progress in older industrial Britain’

Unemployment in older industrial Britain is now above the levels experienced in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.

21 January 2021

Sport participation levels reduced in students from lower socio-economic groups

Students from lower socio-economic groups (SEG) are less likely to participate in sport or physical activity at university, research from Sheffield Hallam University has found.

30 December 2020

Professor of maternal and infant health awarded an MBE

Professor of maternal and infant health awarded an MBE in the Queen’s New Year Honours list

01 December 2020

Exploring the benefits of water-based exercise

New research published by academics at Sheffield Hallam University has found regular water-based exercise offers just as many benefits for healthy older people as other, more traditional exercises.

30 November 2020

Parliament Select Committees set to hear from Hallam academics

MPs are set to hear from three Sheffield Hallam University academics tomorrow (1 Dec) as they give evidence to Select Committees on the impact Covid-19 has had on health technology and grass roots sport.

28 October 2020

Study launched to explore impact of knife crime images on young people

The effects of knife images on young people are set to be examined as part of a new partnership project led by researchers at Sheffield Hallam.

25 September 2020

Global partnership creates unique international opportunities for Hallam students

Sheffield Hallam University has co-launched a unique collaborative degree course and joint PhD programme with partner institution, La Trobe University in Australia.

16 September 2020

Hallam project Life-Saving Lullabies wins award for social impact

A project which harnesses the power of song to spread vital healthcare messages among African women has been recognised for its social impact.

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