Lab4Living’s adaptable sink design could extend our independence

Lab4Living’s adaptable sink design could extend our independence Hallam’s innovative Lab4Living are tackling a problem faced by many people with compromised physical ability – finding an affordable, easy-to-install, adaptable sink that can they can use independently. Hear from Principal Researcher, Heath Reed, to find out more about the project. Heath Reed currently works as one of the Lead Researchers delivering […]

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‘She Sings Of Murder and Love’: Professor Virginia Heath’s new documentary feature research project selected for International DOK.fest Munich Masters Pitch

Professor Virginia Heath has been selected for the prestigious International DOK.fest Munich Masters Pitch on 6th May with her new documentary feature research project, ‘She Sings of Murder and Love’. She is also presenting the project with Composer David McAulay in the competitive Composer’s Pitch on 7th May. The research project has been developed with funding from Screen Scotland; the […]

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Lab4Living: What’s on in the White Building March 2023

What's on in the White Building

Lab4Living: What’s on in the White Building March 2023 This month the White Building hosts Postgraduate Open Day activities, workshops and seminars with groups of Nursing and Social Care students, community groups, a pop-up exhibition by Art and Design students, and Lab4Living Cinema Club. As part of a varied programme of activities and meet-ups this month, Lab4Living welcomes a range […]

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Bio-Hacking as Design Practice pop-up exhibition

Bio-Hacking as design practice

A pop-up exhibition in the White Building on Thur 9 Mar 2023  Mon 13 Mar 2023 presents the work of Sheffield Hallam University MA Design students working with Lab4Living researchers on the theme of BioHacking. It invites visitors on a speculative journey about the human’s future, challenging us to rethink and reinvent the interplay between humans, nature and technology. The […]

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Ursula Ankeny (L4L researcher, CCRI PhD candidate) shares experiences with Sheffield Children’s Hospital as part of International Women’s Day 2023 celebrations

Lab4Living researcher and CCRI PhD candidate Ursula Ankeny shared their stories and thoughts as part of Sheffield Children’s Hospital’s International Women’s Day celebrations, celebrating the skills and prowess of their colleagues in the Research and Digital teams. To read more please visit the International Women’s Day 2023 post on the Sheffield Children’s Hospital website.

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Updates from Associate Professor Kaisu Koski for March 2023

Associate Professor Kaisu Koski’s films are being screened at the following film festivals: City Reindeer (2022) in the National Competition of the 53rd edition of Tampere Film Festival, March 8-12 in Finland, and in the Official selection of the FAUNA Tepoztlán Animal Festival, March 23-26, in Mexico. Permafrost refreeze: The Reindeer factor (2022) at Academia Film Olomouc AFO58 Official Selection – Short Film Competition, Olomouc, Czech Republic. Lunchtime […]

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March 2023 – CCRI PhD candidate Kuang-Yi Ku holding two ‘Bat Brunch Lab’ events

CCRI PhD candidate Kuang-Yi Ku is holding two ‘Bat Brunch Lab’ events this month. ‘Bat Banquet’ is a collaboration between Kuang-Yi Ku and Robert Johnson exploring biotechnology, speculative futures, food racism and environmental protection. All welcome at Bat Brunch Lab, at which you’ll see how bio-engineered bats can become a superfood for humans, protect this endangered species and prevent future […]

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