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Sporting heroes praise student's problem-solving theories

Issued:27/06/17

A book written by a PhD student at Sheffield Hallam University has been praised by two of the world's most successful sports stars.Dame Jessica...



New research shows high intensity exercise reduces...

Issued:27/06/17

Regular high intensity exercise is one of the best ways to prevent type 2 diabetes, according to new research by Sheffield Hallam University. A study...



Scientists to test potential new cure for back pain

Issued:19/06/17

Scientists at Sheffield Hallam University are developing a range of revolutionary hydrogels that may remedy degenerative disc disease - a condition...



Professorial lecture explores unexplained infertility

Issued:08/06/17

A Sheffield Hallam University scientist is to discuss her research into treatment for unexplained infertility during a free, public lecture next week....



New tool designed to diagnose compulsive buyers

Issued:06/06/17

A screening tool to help diagnose people who are compulsive buyers has been developed as part of new research carried out by academics at Sheffield...



Participants needed to assess effects of e-cigarettes

Issued:22/05/17

Smokers who are planning to kick the habit are being given the chance to be involved in a cardiovascular research project led by Sheffield Hallam University.Researchers...



Confronting marital economic abuse

Issued:17/05/17

More support is needed for Pakistani and Indian women fighting economic abuse in their marriages, according to a study by Sheffield Hallam University....



New course to tackle maternal mental health

Issued:04/05/17

A new course that will help to improve services for women with maternal mental health problems has been designed by Sheffield Hallam University.Launching...



Sheffield Hallam University's Lab4Living celebrates...

Issued:19/04/17

Sheffield Hallam University's leading research group, Lab4Living, is celebrating its tenth birthday with two weeks of events and a special exhibition.Researchers...



Hallam's prostate cancer research forms new European...

Issued:03/04/17

Research by Sheffield Hallam University that explores whether exercise training could be used in treatment for prostate cancer, has been included in...