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In this section of the media centre you'll find recent media coverage about Sheffield Hallam University. Take a look at the items below for more information.


CENTRIC project on BBC Click

Issued:14/06/17

AUGGMED, a project led by Hallam's Centre of Excellence in Terrorism, Resilience, Intelligence and Organised Crime Research (CENTRIC), which provides...



Games development on Sky News

Issued:30/11/16

Reporting from the Yorkshire Games Festival, Sky News interviewed Dr Jake Habgood focusing on computer game education at Sheffield Hallam and Steel...



Computer security expert across the BBC

Issued:08/11/16

Following the story that some 20,000 Tesco Bank customers had money stolen from their account, Senior Lecturer in Computer Systems and Networks Dr...



Ground-breaking VR research

Issued:28/07/16

Channel 4 News report on ground-breaking virtual reality for amputee patients with prosthetic limbs. The project uses VR technology (Oculus Rift) so...



Games Britannia on the BBC

Issued:06/06/16

Games Britannia, one of the UK's longest running videogame education festivals, returned to Sheffield Hallam University this month. The festival,...



Student computer game released in the US

Issued:08/04/16

The student-made videogame Piecefall, developed for PlayStation®4, was released in the United States on 31 March 2016, and has featured in the...



Widespread coverage for classic computer game revamp

Issued:14/01/16

A masters student's revamp of an iconic computer game level has gained widespread media coverage across specialist and national publications. Jude...



Concussion study profiled in the Guardian

Issued:29/10/15

The Guardian profile a new research study by academics at Sheffield Hallam which will help to diagnose sportspeople for concussion after...



Professor Steve Haake in The Guardian

Issued:10/04/15

Professor Steve Haake, director for the Centre for Sports Engineering Research, talks about how data analysis and technology can improve athletic performance...



Positive forecast for REINS project

Issued:25/03/15

The Sheffield Hallam University-led REINS project, which came to an end this month after a four-year funding project from the EPSRC, is featured...