Paul Chamberlain joins panel at Retrofit 23 Wellbeing
Prof Paul Chamberlain joins Retrofit Wellbeing panel on 6 Sep to explore deep residential retrofitting and its impact on our wellbeing.
Kuang-Yi Ku’s work Atlas of Queer Anatomy nominated for Dutch Design Award
PhD student Kuang-Yi Ku’s work ‘Atlas of Queer Anatomy’ is nominated for the Dutch Design Awards in the category of Design Research. In their book, Kuang-Yi and medical professor Henry de Vries challenge Western, white and heteronormative dominance in anatomical education.
Design For Health Vol 7 issue 2, Aug 2023, edited by Bill Noble and Claire Craig
In this issue of Design For Health, Guest Editor Bill Noble explores designing spaces for care in the time of Covid.
Good Health Design and Lab4Living launch METHOD resource
Lab4Living and Good Health Design launch METHOD online resource for researchers working in design and health.
What’s on in the White Building: June 2023
A busy month for Lab4Living as we welcome visiting researchers from Good Health Design (Auckland Uni of Technology, New Zealand), the International Longevity Centre and more.
HeadUp wins global ‘Made with Patients’ award
HeadUp neck support collar for people with MND wins at global ‘Made with Patients’ Awards
Paul Chamberlain presents Future Home at AMPS Liveable Cities in New York
Paul Chamberlain was recently in New York presenting Lab4Living’s Research England funded Future Home project at the AMPS ‘Liveable Cities’ conference hosted at New York City College of Technology.
Hallam researchers awarded funding to create wearable dementia technology
A team of Sheffield Hallam University Researchers including Lab4Living’s Prof Claire Craig have been awarded £80,000 funding by the Longitude Prize on Dementia to create a wearable dementia assistant.
Hallam Menopause Network lunchtime seminar
Dr Katy Marsh-Davies shares hybrid working during menopause research at Hallam Menopause Network lunchtime seminar.
Lab4Living and Design Futures host longevity think tank visit
Lab4Living and Design Futures welcome Ailsa Forbes from the International Longevity Centre, the UK’s specialist think tank on the impact of longevity on society.