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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.


Social prescribing in The Times

Issued:18/02/16

Coverage in The Times for Chris Dayson, pictured above, who has carried out an evaluation of social prescribing in Rotherham. The Times [15 February]Prescription...



Expert in demand as Kellingley shuts

Issued:22/12/15

Professor Steve Fothergill, whose work with with Tina Beatty into former coalfields communities has been highly influential, carries out various...



CRESR research in Northern Ireland, Wales and UK

Issued:03/11/15

The Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research has been featured for research it has carried out on the right to buy scheme and social housing...



Welfare reform study across national media

Issued:02/09/15

New research conducted for the Scottish Parliament by Professors Beatty and Fothergill shows the effects of welfare sanctions on Scotland...



Top cop backs Hallam fingerprint technology

Issued:17/08/15

Technology pioneered by experts at Sheffield Hallam has been championed by the Police. In a front page Yorkshire Post article on unsolved burglaries,...



National coverage for fingerprint technology

Issued:02/07/15

A new paper proving that technology pioneered by Sheffield Hallam academics can detect the presence of a range of illegal and designer drugs from...



Sheffield Hallam to help crime fighters of the future

Issued:15/04/15

The Independent report on how Sheffield Hallam University have been pioneering a new fingerprinting technique which allows scientists to examine...



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...



Psychologist's work on 'only case of its kind' gains...

Issued:17/03/15

Dr Lynne Barker's research into the case of a young man, who lost the ability to read and write after suffering minor injuries in a car crash,...



Auxetic materials in the spotlight on BBC Two

Issued:04/02/15

Professor Andy Alderson is working with our sports engineers to develop an auxetic shinpad. He spoke to BBC Two's Learning...