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Sheffield Hallam University

City Campus
Howard Street
Sheffield
S1 1WB
UK

Telephone : 0114 225 5555
Web : www.shu.ac.uk


Article archive for Sheffield Hallam University;

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    Student's sustainable washing machine wins major prize(10/06/2013)

    A product design student from Sheffield Hallam University has won a major national award for his innovative and sustainable washing machine designs.

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    University robotic arm project has a global reach(12/03/2013)

    A robot arm modelled on an elephant's trunk is helping a Sheffield student in a global project to assist people with restricted mobility.

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    British university exports sports science know-how to Brazil(08/08/2012)

    The Ministry of Sport of Brazil is partnering with Sheffield Hallam University, to work closely on a range of sports science services, from psychology to technology analysis.

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    Design and its role in engaging older people(25/10/2011)

    People from Sheffield have been talking about their experiences of ageing as part of a global research project, that explores the role design plays in promoting quality of life for older people. Now, organisers of the project are hoping Sheffield's older people will attend 'engagingdesign', an exhibition at Sheffield Hallam University next month, to share their findings before it travels across Europe as part of next year's European Year of Active Ageing.

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    Exhibition has designs on improving healthcare(08/06/2011)

    The need for health professionals to embrace new design techniques to address the stigma of ageing and disability is to be highlighted in a new exhibition and conference. Design 4 Health will bring together health practitioners and researchers to address how design can rise to the challenges of an ageing population. The exhibition takes place at the Sheffield Institute of Art and Design gallery from July 11 to July 15 2011.

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    Inclusive design wins prize for Sheffield Hallam graduate(26/10/2010)

    The graduate lifting the trophy in the Sheffield Hallam University Enterprise Challenge has been introduced to the team who drive the groundbreaking product incubator, Incub. Twenty four year old product design graduate, Nathan Bestwick from Rotherham, impressed judges with his range of kitchenware products, which includes a patent pending spice mill that requires no gripping or twisting of the wrists and works by rubbing it between the hands.