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Intelligent shoe research project steps into the spotlight

An intelligent shoe that aims to help stroke survivors improve their walking and reduce the likelihood of falls has been chosen to feature in a new exhibition at a government office in London.

22 December 2017

Recent ADHD Research activity for researchers working with TaCT

Two papers have recently been published about the suitability of mobile applications (apps) for children and young people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

20 October 2017

Pepper wows audience at Sensoria Festival

On Sunday 1st October, our humanoid robot Pepper took centre stage at the Sensoria Festival to introduce a sold-out screening of Fritz Lang’s iconic 1927 silent film Metropolis.

4 October 2017

CATCH forges international links with China

On the 27 September CATCH hosted a visit from the Vice-Governor of the Chinese region of Ningxia.

3 October 2017

Early Career Researcher award for CATCH research associate

Congratulations to CATCH researcher Becky Field for winning the Early Career Researcher Award at the Royal College of Occupational Therapists 2017 Conference for her presentation on 'Identifying influences on take up of community occupational therapy by people with dementia and their family carer.'

29 September 2017

Dr Sarah Kate Smith to speak at the Mental Health Digital Showcase

Dr Sarah Kate Smith from CATCH will be presenting on “Accessible technology for people living with dementia” at the upcoming Mental Health Digital Showcase, Organised by the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw ACS Mental Health & Learning Disabilities Workstream.

28 September 2017

Harnessing the power of technology to improve lives: The AAATE Congress came to Sheffield this September

CATCH welcomed hundreds of world leading scientists and health care professionals, who are helping to improve lives through revolutionary technology, to Sheffield this month for the AAATE Congress 12th - 15th September.

26 September 2017

NHS England announces inspiring female healthcare scientists to join 2017 fellowship programme

Following a successful first year, NHS England has announced four new candidates for the 2017 Chief Scientific Officer’s (CSO) WISE Fellowship starting in September 2017 and we are very pleased to say that our colleague, Zoe Clarke from Barnsley Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of this years recognised fellows.

6 September 2017