A new research and innovation unit to support people to recover and rehabilitate from Covid-19 is to be set up at Sheffield Hallam University’s Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre.
The University of Sheffield's new Engineering Heartspace building has won a prestigious award for social impact from the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
A booklet co-designed by Sheffield Hallam academics to keep older people in Sheffield physically active during the coronavirus lockdown has been reproduced nationally and will be distributed to 250,000 homes across the country.
The University of Sheffield is inviting staff, students and members of the public to get involved in a Big 30 challenge to support research into Parkinson’s disease.
The fifth annual Move More Month kicks off next week with the aim of getting thousands of people across Sheffield to be more physically active throughout June.
Commenting on the announcement of the government’s Test and Trace Coronavirus programme, BCC Director General Dr Adam Marshall said: