Every £1 spent on community sport and physical activity generates nearly £4 for England’s economy and society, new research from Sheffield Hallam University reveals.
A new drug which could improve life expectancy and quality for patients with hard-to-treat cancers, such as pancreatic cancer and relapsed breast cancer, has been invented by scientists at the University of Sheffield.
It has been announced that Sheffield Hallam University has been shortlisted for three awards at the Times Higher Education Awards 2020, which are considered to be the Oscars of the Higher Education sector.
With more than 100 collaborators from across Sheffield’s cultural sector, 25 specially curated podcasts, 17 films and more than 35 different exhibits and performances, Festival of the Mind will once again showcase Sheffield's creative talent.
From the Arctic Monkeys to the quality of its steel, the city of Sheffield is known around the world for its musical and industrial heritage.
Off the Shelf, one of the largest literary festivals in the UK, opens its 29th year in Sheffield with the interrogation of crime writer, Lee Child, author of the international bestselling Jack Reacher books.
A Yorkshire Ed Tech start-up has more than doubled its team in the last 6 months, growing from three full-time members to eleven during the global pandemic.
Sheffield Hallam University has risen eight positions in the Guardian’s annual league table of best UK universities, breaking into the top 50 for the first time. It marks the fourth consecutive year of improvement, with Hallam up 39 places since 2017.
Researchers at the University of Sheffield have developed a new compound that is able to kill both gram-positive and gram-negative antibiotic-resistant bacteria.