Lab4Living shares applied research projects with visiting Vice-Chancellors from DAAD: German Academic Exchange
Sheffield Hallam University were honoured to host a group of Vice-Chancellors from Germany’s applied sciences universities as part of an Exchange Service. Lab4Living shared some of our applied research projects, products and interventions.
Ethics and politics of care and technology seminar and workshop
Lab4Living researchers worked with Sheffield Hallam Social Care students to share research and creative methods to support their learning.
Care and Kindness workshop with SHU Mental Health Nursing Students
Lab4Living staff have led a ‘Care and Kindness’ workshop of creative activities for Sheffield Hallam Mental Health Nursing Students to use during their Community Placements.
Women in Research for International Women’s Day 2023
8 March 2023: Lab4Living researcher Ursula Ankeny is featured in a post celebrating the skills and prowess of colleagues in the Sheffield Children’s Hospital Research and Digital teams.
Bio-Hacking as Design Practice pop-up exhibition
This pop-up exhibition in the White Building presents the work of Sheffield Hallam University MA Design students working with Lab4Living researchers on the theme of BioHacking
Ursula Ankeny interviewed by Sheffield Children’s Hospital Charity on JIA project
Ursula Ankeny interviewed on her research into products for children and young people with arthritis, funded by The Children’s Hospital Charity. Ursula has been working on three prototypes in collaboration with Occupational Therapist Catherine Dunbar and Dr Daniel Hawley from Sheffield Children’s. Read the Charity’s interview here:
Stories from the Pandemic at Sheffield Millennium Galleries
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CCRI Seminar: ‘Logo supporting / informing / as research’ with Lab4Living’s Graham Nesbitt
Graham Nesbitt kicks off the 2023 Culture & Creativity Research Institute seminar series on Wed 1 Mar 2023 with a session exploring the logo in visual communication.
About Home: pop-up exhibition by Marney Walker and Jackie Leaver
Marney Walker and Jackie Leaver present work in progress from their PhD/Design Research projects at a pop-up exhibition at Access Space, Sheffield.
PhD student Kuang-Yi Ku takes part in Designing Temporal Ecologies panel
PhD student Kuang-Yi Ku invited to join Designing through Temporal Ecologies panel at 3rd International Temporal Design Symposium and Workshop