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Great work brings China award nomination

Issued:03/02/10

Ground-breaking work by Sheffield Hallam University in attracting Chinese students to its courses has led to it being shortlisted in the prestigious...



Arctic Monkeys' Matt Helders joins line up of Sheffield...

Issued:01/02/10

Arctic Monkeys' Matt Helders will join an exclusive line up of Sheffield's top creative names, to talk about why he loves Sheffield and his...



Region's first robotics centre launches

Issued:27/01/10

Robotics in South Yorkshire has sparked into life with the launch of the region's only Centre for Automation and Robotics Research (CARR), based...



Fighting terrorism with Terahertz

Issued:25/01/10

A NATO-organised summit chaired by a Sheffield Hallam academic has discussed the science behind full body scanners as airports begin to install them...



Free university place for Chinese design student

Issued:25/01/10

A design student from China has won the chance to study a master's course in design at Sheffield Hallam University, thanks to an international...



Sheffield sons in night to remember

Issued:20/01/10

Four of Sheffield's most famous and creative sons are sharing a stage for the first time.Singer-songwriter Richard Hawley, producer Eliot Kennedy,...



Building bridges with local authorities

Issued:20/01/10

Local authorities are quickly signing up to bridge a knowledge 'gap' as the cold snap inspires them to ensure that their bridges are fully...



Growing concerns over future of city's street trees

Issued:14/01/10

Some of the leafiest and greenest areas of cities like Sheffield, Leeds, and Manchester could be under threat due to proposed public sector job cuts,...



New Olympic modules are first of their kind

Issued:12/01/10

Sheffield Hallam University has launched a unique set of modules in partnership with the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG),...



Huge rise in women on incapacity benefits - new report

Issued:11/01/10

Job losses among men have pushed an ever-growing number of women onto incapacity benefits, a major new study by Sheffield Hallam University and Dundee...