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Hallam raises its game for games education festival

Issued:28/06/19

Sheffield Hallam University hosted the 9th annual Games Britannia games education festival this week, one of the UK's longest running events of...



Cyber security course certified by NCSC

Issued:24/06/19

A Sheffield Hallam University masters programme which trains the next generation of cyber security experts has been certified by...



Lecturers unveil dementia themed virtual reality art...

Issued:24/05/19

Two Sheffield Hallam University film and media academics have worked with Dutch artist Marcel Schreur to create a virtual reality (VR) and art installation...



Students scoop three awards for animation and film...

Issued:12/03/19

Sheffield Hallam University students on animation and film and media production courses received three awards at the Royal Television Society (RTS)...



Sheffield Hallam joins Translate to develop medtech...

Issued:06/03/19

Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University have joined partners across the region to enhance their medical technology innovation expertise.Sheffield...



How virtual reality is helping to rehabilitate injured...

Issued:14/02/19

Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University have developed two virtual reality (VR) computer games aimed at helping injured children through rehabilitation.The...



PlayStation® VR research project ends with a celebratory...

Issued:21/01/19

Sheffield Hallam University will host multiple gaming events this week as a two-year virtual reality (VR) project comes to an end. The University has...



Building work progresses at Hallam's Health Innovation...

Issued:04/12/18

The structural steelworks of Sheffield Hallam University's two new research centres are now in place.Building work led by BAM Construction Ltd...



Sheffield Hallam University launches €3.2m European...

Issued:03/12/18

Sheffield Hallam University has launched a multi-million pound EU project looking at the integration of migrants in European countries.Set to be one...



Revolutionary mobile app set to keep World Health...

Issued:22/11/18

Sheffield Hallam University and the UN's migrant agency have developed a system designed to protect World Health Organisation (WHO) staff working...