Sir David Behan, Chair of Health Education England, has met ‘adaptable and committed’ healthcare students from Sheffield Hallam University as part of a virtual visit.
A team of scientists and students from the University of Sheffield has designed and built a specialist microscope, and shared the build instructions to help make this equipment available to many labs across the world.
Young people interested in careers in computing, health sciences and sport science are invited to find out more at a series of UTC Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park virtual open events this month.
From exploring how active travel can be embedded into our daily lives to understanding how our working life has become fundamentally changed by a global pandemic – the 2020 Festival of Social Sciences will explore pioneering research from Sheffield Hallam
A new, quicker way of detecting antibiotic resistance in bacteria has been developed by a team of scientists from the EPSRC funded interdisciplinary research collaboration, i-sense.
In this extremely challenging time, where education has had to adapt and move more online, it is vital young people are able to access online educational resources and do their homework from home.
Sheffield Hallam has been recognised for the positive impact it has had on businesses, amidst the uncertainty and disruption of the global Covid-19 pandemic and been named as a UK Business Hero.
Sheffield Hallam has teamed up with Sheffield United to strengthen the University’s commitment to supporting sport and physical activity in the region as well as developing new opportunities for students.
A new educational programme to develop the next generation of construction talent has opened at The Sheffield College.