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Scientists to develop revolutionary solution to back...

Issued:14/02/19

A multi-million pound revolutionary research project that aims to regenerate damaged spinal discs and cure back pain has begun at Sheffield Hallam...



Domestic abuse victims suffering in silence at work

Issued:28/11/18

Victims of domestic abuse are suffering in silence at work and only telling their employers if they face sanctions for absence or poor performance,...



The 2018 'Faces of a Vibrant Economy' list names Hallam...

Issued:13/11/18

A campaign that highlights leaders who inspire by example and show how better business can be done, has featured a Sheffield Hallam University professor....



Talent Match Programme boosts well-being and job prospects...

Issued:19/10/18

An innovative project set up to tackle youth unemployment in the UK has led to nearly half of participants finding work, a study by Sheffield Hallam...



Thermal imaging study shortlisted for Research Project...

Issued:10/09/18

A project by Sheffield Hallam University that can quickly identify the risk of infection in women who have given birth by caesarean section has been...



Research aims to prevent progressive stages of multiple...

Issued:26/06/18

New research which aims to identify potential treatments for progressive stages of multiple sclerosis (MS) is underway at Sheffield Hallam University.Scientists...



High-intensity exercise can improve quality of life...

Issued:19/06/18

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) in the upper body can improve blood flow and quality of life for people with systemic sclerosis, sport scientists...



UK public toilets fail to meet basic needs, study...

Issued:24/05/18

Public toilets across the UK are violating the basic needs of many, a new report by Sheffield Hallam University has found.In 2015, 'Around the...



New study finds welfare conditionality is ineffective

Issued:22/05/18

Joint research by Sheffield Hallam University into “welfare conditionality” in the UK, has found benefit sanctions are largely ineffective...



Hallam awarded new funding to tackle religious-based...

Issued:18/04/18

Sheffield Hallam University will receive funding from the Office for Students (OfS) to play a leading role in tackling religion-based hate crime and...