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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...



Sheffield Hallam and United Nations Migration Agency...

Issued:12/06/17

Sheffield Hallam University has launched a mobile phone app designed to enhance the safety and security of the UN’s International Organization...



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....



Capping aspiration: The millennial housing challenge

Issued:11/05/17

Young people in low-paid, insecure jobs are being locked out of all housing options in the south east, including social housing, a new report has revealed.The...



Family recovery from alcohol and drug addiction

Issued:10/05/17

A ground-breaking national survey looking at what addiction and recovery from addiction means for families of people with drug and alcohol problems...



The importance of small and medium-sized charities

Issued:09/05/17

A new study to research the vital contribution made by small and medium-sized charities is underway.The study, led by Sheffield Hallam University's...



Pioneering fingerprint technology verified in court

Issued:25/04/17

A ground-breaking fingerprint profiling method designed by Sheffield Hallam University that can provide an in-depth analysis of fingerprints at crime...



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...



Sheffield Hallam key research partner in new ESRC...

Issued:10/04/17

Sheffield Hallam University's Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research (CRESR) has been announced as a key partner in the new UK Collaborative...



Tackle poverty through housing and planning interventions

Issued:04/04/17

City regional institutions should play a bigger part in helping reduce the risk of poverty, according to new research.The research, Tacking poverty...