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Transforming lives with technology

Pioneering technologies of the future, designed to transform the lives of older people and those living with a disability, were showcased in Sheffield last week at the UK’s leading assistive technology research conference.

12 December 2016

Explore the first Draft Programme Sessions for AAATE2017

The call to submit an early version paper to the conference on any topic relevant to assistive or enabling technology and services that make use of such technologies was sent to you in October.

30 November 2016

The 24 projects of Christmas 

In the run up to Christmas we'll be putting some of CATCH's key projects in the spotlight.

24 November 2016

New open-access publication from the AcTo Dementia project

CATCH researchers working on the AcTo Dementia project have recently published a review article in JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies.

24 November 2016

PhD student Matt embraces #Movember, supporting men and boys to stay mentally healthy

This Movember, PhD student Matt Bennion is taking on not one, but two challenges: growing a moustache for 30 days and braving the gym three times a week.

23 November 2016

Medical students share CATCH placement experience

Three second year medical students have recently completed a six week research attachment with CATCH Research Assistant Lauren Powell.

22 November 2016

AcTo Dementia at the UK Dementia Congress 2016

Researchers Phil Joddrell and Professor Arlene Astell from CATCH attended the UK Dementia Congress in Brighton at the beginning of November.

17 November 2016

CATCH supports ‘Test Bed’ visit from NHS England Chair Professor Sir Malcolm Grant CBE

When NHS England Chair, Professor Sir Malcolm Grant CBE visited the Sheffield ‘Test Bed’ innovation centre last month, CATCH was delighted to offer support.

14 November 2016