Lab4Living celebrates ageing at Sheffcare event

Sheffcare event

Lab4Living supported a summer event that brought together over 100 older people across 10 Care homes in the city. Over the last 2 years members of the Lab4Living team have been working closely with Kathryn Rawlings, volunteer co-ordinator on a range of projects including work focusing on the co-design of products in partnership with older people living in the care […]

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Wednesday 03 July 2019 – Lunchtime Seminar with Kai Ren (Visiting scholar, Jewellery & Metalwork)

Seminar banner image for Kai Ren's seminar on 03 July 2019

Title: The Development and Challenge of the Traditional XiJin crafts in Contemporary China Speaker: Kai Ren (Visiting scholar at the Sheffield Institute of Arts, Jewellery & Metalwork) Abstract In the past 40 years, China’s economy has developed rapidly, but at the same time, it has imperceptibly formed some bad social characteristics – pursuing efficiency, speed and quantity in everything. And […]

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September 2017 – What We Did This Summer …

C3RI Impact Blog background. Keith Wilson, Calendar. Installation at MAC Belfast.

About the author Alison Honnor is Impact Researcher for C3RI and editor of this blog. Welcome back! After taking a break from regular updates over the summer period, the C3RI Impact Blog is back.  Here is a round-up of recent activities from C3RI researchers along with a few announcements of things in the pipeline. I hope you enjoy catching up on ‘what we did this […]

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Welcome to the C3RI Impact Blog

C3RI Impact Blog background. Keith Wilson, Calendar. Installation at MAC Belfast.

About the author Alison Honnor is Impact Researcher for C3RI and editor of this blog. Welcome to the C3RI Impact Blog. This blog showcases the broad range of activity undertaken by C3RI researchers. It is a place for interaction between our researchers, external partners, doctoral students and the public beyond academia. The C3RI Impact Blog invites visitors to browse and […]

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Regular lunchtime research seminars

Setting up at the Post Room, SIA

Each academic year, C3RI hosts a series of lunchtime research seminars for all SHU staff and students. These provide opportunities for staff and invited guests to present and discuss their latest research.  See here for details of this year’s seminars. ​If you are interested in presenting as part of the seminar series, or have a suggested external speaker, please contact […]

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