As clinicians, researchers and policymakers mark World Antibiotic Awareness Week (13-19 November 2018), scientists at the University of Sheffield are launching a new degree programme to teach students about the global threat of antimicrobial resistance.
Rotherham had the fastest growing economy in the Yorkshire region in the second quarter of 2018, but it will struggle in the three months after the scheduled date for leaving the EU - according to a new report published today.
CITY land, property and construction company Henry Boot PLC is celebrating more than a year of fundraising for St Luke's Hospice by sponsoring the charity's 21st anniversary Festival of Light.
National investment group Mercia Technologies PLC, one of the UK's most active technology investors, is pleased to announce that its direct investment nDreams, the award-winning virtual reality (VR) developer and publisher, has set up a dedicated team to create VR games and experiences for the fast-growing location-based entertainment (LBE) market.
A Sheffield firm chosen as the official digital marketing agency for an international campaign that 'recognised the needs' of athletes suffering post-traumatic stress (PTS) during this year's Invictus Games has welcomed the news the city is to host the Games Trials in 2019.
UK university students who get daily support from their families are more motivated, less stressed, and emotionally stronger, a new report by Sheffield Hallam University, Stand Alone Charity and UKISA has found.
Sheffield Hallam University's brand new National Centre of Excellence for Degree Apprenticeships has been officially opened by Northern Powerhouse Minister Jake Berry MP The launch, hosted by Sheffield Hallam University Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Chris Husbands, took place on City Campus yesterday evening and was attended by Sheffield City Region entrepreneurs, degree apprentices, key stakeholders, partners and staff.
The Burley Group is holding a Christmas Charity Fundraiser on 13th December to help raise funds for Weston Park Cancer Charity, which exists to make a difference for people living with cancer by supporting cancer research and improving cancer treatment and care.
Commenting on the first estimate of GDP for Q3 2018, published today by the ONS, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said -While the pick-up in GDP growth in the third quarter is welcome, the stronger headline figure masks a loss of momentum through the quarter from the particularly strong July outturn, when a number of temporary factors, including the heatwave and the World Cup, boosted activity.