Keep up to date with all the latest CATCH news and developments

CATCH Innovation Voucher Application Details

The CATCH innovation vouchers are designed to kick-start short-term R&D projects between CATCH academics and industry partners. The industry partner must match this voucher with £5K cash. We have one last voucher to allocate and welcome applications by 21 October 2016.

21 March 2016

CATCH workshop at the British Science Week 2016

The UK's largest grassroots celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths takes place from March 11th – 20th 2016. On March 15th a workshop was hosted by Dr Mahnaz Arvaneh, Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering, University Of Sheffield – also a CATCH researcher.

21 March 2016

Learning about opportunities at the 4th CATCH Networking Lunch

The fourth CATCH Networking Lunch was held in the Diamond on Monday 14th March where more than 30 academics, researchers and professional services staff networked at the event.

19 March 2016

CATCH researchers invite you to a free workshop on technologies for people with memory problems

CATCH researchers are running a free day workshop exploring the possibility for assistive technologies to support those with memory problems in their day-to-day lives.

18 March 2016

20 for 20: scholarships available for postgraduate Masters students

Celebrating 20 years of the University of Sheffield's School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR).

14 March 2016

CATCH at the Yorkshire and Humber Allied Health Professional Conference 2016

 There was a strong CATCH / RAT / CLARHC representation at the  Yorkshire and Humber Allied Health Professional Conference, 2016 on Friday 4th March, 2016.

8 March 2016

Join CATCH as Chair and Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Machine Learning

There is an exciting opportunity to join CATCH team via the Machine Learning group at the Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield as Chair or Lecturer/Senior Lecturer

1 March 2016

Innovative Canadian palliative care approach implemented by U.K.-based hospice

An innovative, new approach to delivering community-based end-of-life care – developed and piloted by the South West Community Care Access Centre in London, Ontario and being evaluated by Western University researchers – is now being used by a palliative care centre in the United Kingdom. St Luke’s Hospice in Sheffield, is the first British palliative care centre participating in this pioneering international project aimed at providing greater levels of end-of-life care for patients in their own homes.

29 February 2016