Heath Reed to give presentation on physical product design and industry engagement at UTS Australia on 12 May 2017

Composite image of promotional image of Industry & University talk by Heath Reed at University of Technology Sydney and image of Heath giving a presentation

Senior Research Fellow Heath Reed has been invited to give a presentation and workshop at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) on 12 May. Heath will be talking about his work as Principal Industrial Designer with Lab4Living, specifically case studies involving physical product design and the different ways Lab4Living engages with industry. Following a presentation, Heath will host a workshop […]

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06 May 2017 – A Silversmith Made That? Chris Knight (Jewellery and Metalwork, SHU) explores silversmithing design collaborations at the RCA

Silver Speaks logo. Image by Silver Speaks - image credit Contemporary British Silversmiths.

Silver Speaks at the Royal College of Art is a half-day public symposium celebrating silversmiths and their contribution to contemporary life at the Royal College of Art in Battersea. A programme of events is scheduled for Saturday 06 May 2017 featuring leading cultural commentators, designers and silversmiths including Chris Knight (Jewellery and Metalwork, SHU) who will be in a panel […]

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Professor Paul Chamberlain talks about the future of end of life care design as Marie Curie ‘Design to Care’ Programme is launched

Professor Paul Chamberlain. Photo copyright: Richard Hanson (0793 908 1208) Prof Paul Chamberlain. lab4living - Sheffield Hallam University. Commissioned by Chris Gibson at ACES marketing, SHU. 9.3.09

Professor Paul Chamberlain (alongside Dr Claire Craig) have been working with Marie Curie to revolutionise palliative care. Together with University of Cambridge and Sheffield Hallam University, Marie Curie launched its Design to Care Programme last week. The five year £3.5m project aims to build the future foundations for pioneering tailored care for people living with a terminal illness. Paul spoke […]

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‘Everything Flows’ – Exhibition features ‘Come and Go’ by Rose Butler (Fine Art, SHU) in Sheffield this summer

Still from dual-screen mockup of Come & Go by Rose Butler

07 June 2017 – 03 September 2017 Millennium Gallery Sheffield S1 2PP Everything Flows will bring together work by Sheffield-based artists working with painting, sculpture, video, photography and sound. The works are each united, in different ways, by a sense of ‘flow’, from choreographed movement and kinetic motion, through to the fluctuations of narrative, and the movement of international finance […]

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Professor Lise Autogena presents at evening of talks discussing the micro-global traces of uranium – 21 April 2017

Image by Lise Autogena, of a trailer in the foreground of mountains.

Atelier Bouwmeester Galerie Ravenstein 54-59 1000 Brussels 21 April 2017 7PM – 9PM Lise Autogena will be speaking with collaborator Joshua Portway about their film Kuannersuit; Kvanefjeld which explores the global politics of uranium mining and landrights in Greenland, at this evening of talks entitled Mining to waste: micro-global traces of uranium at Atelier Bouwmeester in Brussels on 21 April, […]

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CENTRIC Crisis Management Tool featured by UN Migration Agency

CENTRIC IOM logos

Towards the end of last year, members of the CENTRIC team travelled to The Philippines to work alongside the United Nations International Organisation for Migration (IOM) to carry out a live field text exercise of their new crisis communication technology.  IOM have now released a short film showing the benefits of CENTRIC‘s Security Communications and Analysis Network (SCAAN) project which creates a […]

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Sunday 23 April 2017 – Professor Esther Johnson to present paper on ‘Asunder’ at ‘The Sound of Memory’, Whitechapel Gallery

Still from Esther Johnson's Asunder

Esther Johnson, Professor of Film and Media Arts in ADRC, will present a paper on her poetic documentary film Asunder at The Sound Of Memory – Sound-track / Sound-scape at the Whitechapel Gallery on Sunday 23 April 2017. Esther will present as part of the third section of the event, entitled Construction / Reconstruction and Sonic Representation. The Sound of […]

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Prof Simon Andrews invited to talk about Detecting Organised Crime on Social Media

Organised Crime on Social Media diagram

Professor Simon Andrews, the Technical Lead for CENTRIC (Centre of Excellence for Terrorism, Resilience, Intelligence and Organised Crime Research) was invited to speak at University of Sheffield Information School (iSchool) where he gave a talk entitled: Organised Crime and Social Media: detecting and corroborating weak signals of Human Trafficking online. The talk described an approach for detecting the presence or emergence of Organised Crime […]

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