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Sheffield Hallam University students and staff have been successful at the Food & Drink Federation (FDF) awards, the North East National Apprenticeship Awards and the UK Packaging Awards.
A new mural celebrating Sheffield, its people and its places has been painted by a former Hallam student on the walkway between Sheffield’s bus and rail stations to brighten up the interchange.
Bryony Finnigan, an illustration student at Sheffield Hallam University, has created a new limited-edition design for Triple Point Brewing’s Debut IPA.
Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University and Manchester Metropolitan University have received a significant grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council to develop an experimental exhibition that will engage children under three and their families.
A cross-organisation collaboration involving Sheffield Hallam's Lab4Living has been awarded for the development of an innovative neck collar designed for people affected by MND; the first ever global award celebrating excellence in patient engagement.
A state-of-the-art buggy which affixes to wheelchairs, designed by Sheffield Hallam Student Tom Baker, has won Bolt Burdon Kemp’s Design the Change competition.
An exploration of the role of design in re-imagining the 100-year life is being showcased by Sheffield Hallam University at London Design Biennale this month, as part of London Design Festival.
Sheffield Hallam University’s design-led research group Lab4Living is collaborating with the Hong Kong Design Institute (HKDI) to open a major exhibition exploring how design can imagine an equitable future and respond to evolving needs as populations age.
A local illustrator has created a set of murals that celebrate Sheffield’s wildlife and green spaces in the heart of the City Campus.
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.
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