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Second annual Technology for Healthy Ageing and Wellbeing (THAW) event a great success.

The second annual Technology for Healthy Ageing and Wellbeing (THAW) event: Healthy ageing within your reach. Shaping new technologies to support mental wellbeing for older people took place last week.

16 June 2016

6th CATCH Networking Lunch with Dr Kianoush Nazarpour

The CATCH Network learned about machine learning in the control of prosthetic hands and Patient and Public Involvement. We were delighted to be joined by not one, not two, but three exciting speakers at the June 2016 CATCH Networking Lunch.

15 June 2016

The CATCH team take their away day right to The Edge

Last week the CATCH team enjoyed their annual Away Day.

14 June 2016

‘Valuing Active Life in Dementia’ (VALID) study update

The ‘Valuing Active Life in Dementia’ (VALID) study has just published a newsletter to update participants, researchers and people interested in the progress of the study.  

13 June 2016

RemArc, a collaborative project with BBC that helps trigger memories for those with dementia.

In collaboration with staff from the School of Psychology at the University of St Andrews and the School of Science and Engineering and the School of Art and Design at Dundee University the BBC has launched its online RemArc system for people with dementia and their carers.

9 June 2016

Higher Education Academy awards Fellow status to TaCT Researcher

Congratulations to TaCT and RAT Group's Lauren Powell who has achieved her Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) status this month. 

3 June 2016

CATCH at The White Rose Dementia Symposium

The White Rose Dementia Symposium took place on Tuesday 24th May 2016, uniting researchers from the Universities of Sheffield, Leeds and York to present their work on dementia.

31 May 2016

5k #CATCHvoucher to help innovate

The University of Sheffield offers businesses the chance to turn innovative ideas into reality. Businesses looking to kick-start innovative projects are being offered the unique opportunity to work with leading researchers from the University of Sheffield and triple their research investment.

26 May 2016