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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...



Dietary interventions more effective in younger people,...

Issued:18/06/18

Short-term dietary interventions that are prescribed to reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD) are more effective in younger adults,...



Planning approved for new food engineering centre

Issued:11/06/18

Planning permission has been granted for Sheffield Hallam University's new home for the National Centre of Excellence for Food Engineering.The...



Knighthood and OBEs for Hallam VC and staff

Issued:08/06/18

The Vice-Chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University, Professor Chris Husbands, has been awarded a knighthood in the Queen's birthday honours list...



Hallam student over the moon with space engineering...

Issued:07/06/18

Sheffield Hallam University student Jodie Howlett will reach for the stars next summer, as she begins a study programme at the International Space...



Physical activity initiative gets Sheffield moving...

Issued:01/06/18

Sheffield is set to Move More in June.The Move More initiative, supported by Sheffield Hallam University, which saw Sheffield people record more than...



Students to provide educational support to refugees

Issued:31/05/18

Students from Sheffield Hallam University are to travel to northern France to work with children and families who remain living there in poor conditions...



Revolutionary neck support technology transforms lives...

Issued:30/05/18

A revolutionary neck collar designed to ease pain and make everyday tasks such as eating and communicating much easier for patients living with motor...



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...