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International Fingerprint Research Group gather in...

Issued:26/06/19

World leading researchers from 12 different countries have been gathering in Sheffield this week for the International Fingerprint Research Group,...



Hallam academic wins national teaching award

Issued:02/05/19

A Sheffield Hallam University lecturer has been named the Higher Education Teacher of the Year 2019 by the Royal Society of Biology.Dr David Smith,...



Four ways in which Leonardo da Vinci was ahead of...

Issued:02/05/19

Leonardo da Vinci is generally recognised as one of the great figures of the Renaissance and one of the greatest ever polymaths. As the world marks...



Sheffield Hallam recognised for high quality biosciences...

Issued:26/04/19

Three undergraduate degrees at Sheffield Hallam University have received Advanced Accreditation from the Royal Society of Biology for their high quality...



Sheffield Hallam researcher receives Great Osmond...

Issued:04/03/19

Sheffield Hallam University’s Dr Susan Campbell has been awarded a grant of more than £189,000 from Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s...



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...



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...



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...



Award win for new technique aimed at reducing risk...

Issued:07/03/18

Technology developed by Sheffield Hallam University that can quickly identify the risk of infection in women who have given birth by caesarean section...