Final concept for UTI testing in Primary Care project
This week the team created an animation video of the final concept for the UTI testing device in primary care settings project.
Ethical Roadmap published in Design For Health
Claire Craig, Helen Fisher and researchers from Northumbria University consider the ethical tensions and dilemmas faced in interdisciplinary research in a new journal article. The team has developed an Ethical Roadmap to support ethical practices in design and human-computer interaction (HCI) research. Available now in Design For Health:
Challenging the digital default: COVID-19 and Co-production
A new book chapter by Lab4Living researchers offers alternatives to the supposed digital dominance for co-design during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two PhD Studentships in Lab4Living
Two Lab4Living studentship projects plus Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) studentships for postgraduate research students in the Art, Design & Media Research Centre now advertised.
Paul Chamberlain exhibits new collection at Venice Biennial Architecture exhibition
Paul Chamberlain is exhibiting a new collection of work at Venice Biennial Architecture exhibition “Time Space Existence” until 21 November 2021.
Noemie Soula presents Handle (me) with care at SDEA Theatre Arts Conference
Noemie Soula presents ‘Handle (me) with Care’ at SDEA Theatre Arts Conference
Kaisu Koski and Peter Lloyd Jones Talking BIO·FICTION
Kaisu Koski and Peter Lloyd Jones host a discussion session at BIOART Society’s Talking BIO·FICTION in April
Paul Chamberlain and Nick Dulake to present NESTORE work at final workshop
Paul Chamberlain will be presenting the work of the Lab4Living team on the NESTORE project alongside the 16 European project partners at an online event on the 27th February to mark the end of the project.
Researcher Blog: Paul Emmerson
Paul writes about his recent participation in an online dialogue organised by SHU’s Cultural and Creativity Research Institute
New book launched to provide support for people recently diagnosed with dementia
Press release: 1 March 2021 Sheffield Hallam University News