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20 July 2023

Privacy and security crucial for healthcare robot adoption – according to new report

Robotic systems for healthcare must prioritise security and privacy protections, according to a new white paper published by Sheffield Hallam University.

17 March 2023

Sheffield Hallam’s free interactive STEM event Explore! returns

Families across Sheffield are invited to attend Sheffield Hallam University’s Explore! Science, Engineering and More event tomorrow (Saturday 18 March) to experience a host of hands-on interactive STEM activities.

27 October 2022

Sheffield Hallam awarded six-figure UKRI funding to grow artificial robot mind

Sheffield Hallam University has received more than £200k to create an artificial mind for robots that ‘grows up’ like a child’s brain, as part of a UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) New Horizons initiative grant.

11 August 2022

Chemistry at Sheffield Hallam awarded mark of excellence with coveted accreditation

Sheffield Hallam University has joined a distinguished group of universities to have achieved accreditation from the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) for every one of its chemistry courses.

14 June 2022

Hallam student awarded prestigious physics scholarship

Olivia Tindle from Sheffield Hallam University is one of nine talented students to receive a Bell Burnell Graduate Scholarship from the Institute of Physics (IOP).

13 August 2021

Hallam secures £19,000 grant to increase diversity in chemistry researchers

Academics at Sheffield Hallam have secured £19,000 funding for a project to increase participation in chemistry research.

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.

23 April 2021

New research project to examine the impact of exercise on those suffering with systemic sclerosis

Sheffield Hallam academics will lead a major new Europe-wide research study into the effects of exercise on pain and fatigue felt by those living with systemic sclerosis.

22 March 2021

Takeaway lab equipment helps Sheffield Hallam students learn during pandemic

Students have been able to engage in vital lab learning at home thanks to technical staff going the extra mile to send them scientific equipment.

18 February 2021

Eco-fusion is the new normal, as native and non-native species mix together

Many invasive species cause (often major) problems around the world. However, the idea that all “alien” species are inherently bad, and that invasions can be always effectively controlled, is mistaken. Invasive non-native species are frequently associated with damage to ecological systems and even to people and economies. Yet ecological novelty is now the order of the day, we we must adapt both our ideas and our actions to this new reality.

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